Arizonast 77
Texastech 62
Date of game: 12/22/2012

Recap: Texas Tech vs. Arizona State

Lubbock, TX (Sports Network) - Jonathan Gilling and Jahii Carson both scored 18 points to lead the Arizona State Sun Devils to a 77-62 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders in non-conference play at United Spirit Arena.

All six of Gilling's field goals came from behind the 3-point line as the Sun Devils (10-2) made good on an impressive 14-of-27 beyond the arc overall as they won their second in a row and the sixth in the last seven outings. Carrick Felix checked in with 13 points and nine rebounds, followed by Evan Gordon with 12 points as he knocked down 4-of-7 on the perimeter.

The Red Raiders (5-4) were paced by Jaye Crockett who came up a rebound shy of a double-double as he tallied 11 points, while Josh Gray and Jordan Tolbert chipped in 10 points apiece in their third consecutive setback.

ASU, which led by a 42-36 score at the break, converted a sizzling 10-of-17 beyond the arc in the first half, compared to Tech which hit on 3-of-5 from the outside.

In the second half the Red Raiders tried desperately their close the gap, but the hosts missed all eight of their 3-point tries as they suffered the double- digit loss.

In addition to shooting only 23.1 percent from the perimeter in the meeting, Texas Tech also hurt itself with 16 turnovers.

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