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Texas Tech Volleyball Begins Big 12 Play Wednesday Against Oklahoma

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Texas Tech volleyball will begin Big 12 play at Oklahoma on Wednesday.

The Red Raiders open conference play against the Oklahoma Sooners at 7 p.m. Wednesday at McCasland Field House in Norman, Oklahoma.

Wednesday night’s opener will mark the 63rd meeting between the two schools, as Tech looks to break a 15-match losing streak to Oklahoma, dating back to September of 2005.

Despite the losing streak, the Red Raiders still lead the overall series with the Sooners with a 34-28 all-time advantage. Oklahoma is 15-13 against Tech when playing in Norman.

The game can be viewed on FOX College Sports Central and FOX Sports Southwest Plus.

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