LUBBOCK, Texas — No. 7 Texas Tech goes into its game Saturday against Baylor caring about more than just beating the Bears. In addition to needing a win to remain in the hunt for their first Big 12 South title, the Red Raiders also need help from 11th-ranked Oklahoma State. The Cowboys need to topple No. 3 Oklahoma for Texas Tech to play for the Big 12 title against 12th-ranked Missouri on Dec. 6. OU, Texas and the Red Raiders are currently tied for first in the South with one loss each. A Sooner win in Stillwater todaynight would send either OU or Texas to the Big 12 title game. The Red Raiders (10-1, 6-1) are seventh in the BCS, behind both the Sooners and Longhorns, leaving them no shot to win the three-way tiebreaker for the division crown. "We’re obviously rooting for Oklahoma State,” Texas Tech coach Mike Leach said. The Red Raiders had their perfect season ended emphatically in last week’s 65-21 rout by the Sooners. "We have been through some tough times before with this team, and this is just another one,” Tech defensive lineman Jake Ratliff said. "We’ve got to rely on everybody on the team…just stick together.” Graham Harrell and Texas Tech, for the first time this season, struggled to move the ball against OU. Punts ended the Red Raiders first three possessions, fourth-down attempts the next two failed, and the Red Raiders got their first TD midway through the second quarter. By that time, Oklahoma already had four touchdowns and the Sooners got into the end zone twice more by halftime. Down by 35 starting the second half, Texas Tech couldn’t catch Oklahoma. Baylor had the week off and is coming off a rare win, 41-21, over Texas A&M that snapped a four-game losing streak for the Bears. It was only Baylor’s second win in 23 tries against A&M. The Bears, who are winless in four tries on the road this season, were idle last week. Bears players are eager to show how the program’s grown under first-year coach Art Briles.