LUBBOCK, Texas (WIBW) -- The No. 4 Texas Tech Red Raiders scored more than 20 runs against Kansas State for the second game in a row, clinching a series win over the Wildcats Saturday.
K-State's Brett Owen
Texas Tech recorded 23 hits in a 26-6 win, pushing K-State's losing streak to eight games.
Michael Davis and Cameron Warren each drove in five runs, including a third-inning grand slam by Warren.
Texas Tech scored in every inning but the eighth (and didn't bat in the ninth).
In two games, Tech has scored 47 runs on 43 hits, including seven home runs.
The Wildcats and Red Raiders finish the series Sunday at 1 p.m.