Garibay kicks game-ending FG as Texas Tech rallies 24-23


LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Jonathan Garibay kicked a 25-yard field goal on the final play of the game as Texas Tech beat Baylor 24-23. It was the fourth field goal for Garibay in his first game as starting kicker for the Red Raiders. The junior transfer from Riverside City College this week was named to replace struggling kicker Trey Wolff, who was 1-of-5 on field goals this season. Tahj Brooks had two TD runs for Texas Tech and former starter Alan Bowman was back at quarterback in the second half. Jalen Pitre returned an interception for a touchdown for the second week in a row for Baylor, which has lost five in a row.