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This week the Double T 97-3 Staff answer a fill in the blank.

"The Red Raider basketball team will finish in the top 3 in the Big 12 if____________________________."

Chuck Heinz - The Morning Drive

They get a consistent second scorer, Culver averages 20, cut turnovers down and average 70 plus points a game. 

Jamie Lent - The Morning Drive and Press Box

The short answer is if they become more consistent. The longer version involves Matt Mooney and Tarik Owens picking up their games a bit on offense and Brandon Francis giving you the kind of production that he did against WVU. Either way it comes down to being better on offense.

Zach Logsdon - The Morning Drive

If they win out at home. By my estimation, there are 2.5 good road teams in the Big 12 (K State, Iowa State and kind of Baylor) so you can't afford to give another up at home. Win a road game or two and that seems like it should be enough to finish in the top 3. 

Chois Woodman - The Bottom Line

Texas Tech basketball will finish in the top 3 of the Big 12 if it finds consistency in the offense. The Red Raiders are elite defensively, but have struggled, at times, offensively. If the Red Raiders can figure out a way to get some easy buckets more consistently - this is easily one of the best teams in the Big 12. Much easier said than done. However, the Red Raiders have put up great offensive performances in two of their last three games. 

Zach Sparkman - Tech Talk

Texas Tech Basketball will finish in the top 3 of the Big 12 if they can get more consistency on offense. The outbursts they’ve shown on the last two big Monday’s have probably been their best games all year. While you can’t expect them to shoot that well consistently the execution they had can, and could go a long way curing the offensive woes that can hurt the team.

Jeff McGuire - Sunday Sports Blitz

They need to be more of the team we saw vs and at West Virginia and vs Duke then they were at Baylor and at Kansas.  Making shots, taking shots, not settling for jumpers and stop the four to eight minutes of not getting a basket.  The Defense is good enough to keep you in games.  The problem is in basketball, you really have to put the ball in the hoop.  It's like in the rules or something.

Garrett Luft - Coors Light Post Game Show

They figure out how to score consistently and not go long stretches with zero field goals.

Luke Lyles - Producer Extraordinaire

We can stay focused and keep doing exactly what we’re doing on the defensive end of the floor. Our defense creates good offense and that will be the key.