Saturday afternoon in Ames, Iowa, the #11/#14 Iowa State Cyclones (17-5, 7-3) coasted to a 75-38 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders (12-12, 2-9).

Texas Tech never led in the game that was practically out of hand at halftime. At the break, Iowa State doubled-up Texas Tech 35-17.

In the first half, the Cyclones shot 56% from the field (14-25), made four three-pointers and went 3-4 from the free throw line.  Texas Tech's shooting woes continued as in the first 20 minutes they shot 7-24 from the field for 29.2%, and 3-13 for three-pointers for 23.1%.

In the second half, the score was 48-27 at the 13:44 mark.  The Cyclones then went on a 15-2 run over the next six minutes to pull away from the Red Raiders.

Jameel McKay led the Cyclones with 17 points and he went 7-7 from the field, making three free throws and pulling down eight rebounds.  Naz Long (pictured) also scored in double figures with 15 points for Iowa State.

Texas Tech's leading scorers were Toddrick Gotcher with 11 points, off the bench, and Zach Smith with eight points. Also, Robert Turner (pictured) scored two points in 26 minutes of playing time.

Texas Tech's next game is Tuesday, February 10 hosting the Kansas Jayhawks at 8pm at the United Supermarkets Arena. The game will be televised on ESPN2.

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