The excitement that comes from the yearly rival game between Baylor and Texas Tech has been occurring since the rivalry began in 1929. Texas Tech vs. Baylor is a top game every season in the College Football Big 12. As of 2015, the record for Bears-Red Raiders' all-time series is close with Baylor leading, 37-36-1. The longest winning streak in the 74 years of Red Raiders-Bears games was between 1996-2010 when Texas Tech won 15 straight games, now the streak has turned, with Baylor winning the last 5 games, 2011-2015.
Since 2009, the Baylor vs. Texas Tech series has taken place in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T Stadium as a neutral site. There is never a dull moment when the Bears and the Red Raiders come together for this in-state rivalry, which has jokingly been called “The BUTT Bowl,” with the combination of each colleges initials, Baylor University-Texas Tech.
Texas Tech-Baylor tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the Big 12 standings. The impact of the game is incredible wherever the teams play. TicketCity has you covered with the best Baylor Bears vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders’ tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.
Saturday, October 3, 2015 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Bears 63, Red Raiders 35In 2015, Baylor entered the matchup against Texas Tech with the hopes of beginning their bid for the Big 12 championship. The Bears took a strong lead in the first half with a 28-point lead. While the Red Raiders starting quarterback had an injured knee from a previous game and wasn’t capable to bring much for the game, Seth Russell, the Bears’ quarterback, had a strong game with four touchdowns and passed for 286 yards. Baylor was able to maintain their momentum from the first half and gain their fifth consecutive win against the Raiders, while Texas Tech fell short losing by 28 points.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Bears 48, Red Raiders 46The match-up between Texas Tech-Baylor took place in Arlington at the AT&T Stadium for the 4th year in a row. Fans of the Bears and Red Raiders experienced a jaw-clenching game where the win was up for grabs until the very end. The Bears offense gained 28 points over the Red Raiders in the first half, but when quarterback Bryce Petty took a hard hit on the 3rd quarter and was pulled from the game, the Red Raiders were able to close the gap. With 1:42 left on the clock, Mahomes threw a 40-yard touchdown to Marquez, putting the pressure on Texas Tech to complete a 2-point conversion for the win. In the end the Red Raiders were not able overtake the Bears, losing 48-46.