The Baylor Bears became bowl eligible on Saturday by defeating the Texas Tech Red Raiders in overtime.
Terrance Williams had seven catches for 175 yards in Baylor's win over Texas Tech.
The Bears did not give up any turnovers and put up 674 yards on offense, while forcing four Red Raider turnovers.
Biletnikoff Award finalist, receiver Terrance Williams had seven catches for 175 yards and a touchdown and Lanear Sampson added 91 yards and another score on five catches.
On the ground, Oregon transfer Lache Seastrunk ran 19 times for 136 yards, while Glasco Martin added 98 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries.
The Red Raiders got out to an early 21-7 lead and had opportunities to widen the gap even further, but four turnovers allowed the Bears back into the game.
Jakeem Grant returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown to give the Red Raiders a 31-21 lead in the third quarter, but the Bears would fight back.
Eddie Lackey had a career day for the Bears with two interceptions and a fumble recovery. Lackey's first interception was returned 55 yards for a touchdown and his second gave the Bears a chance to put the game away in the fourth quarter.
The Bears secondary gave up 359 yards in the air to the Red Raiders but came through when it mattered most, to put the game away, by deflecting a would-be first down, intended for Eric Ward, on fourth down.
With the win, the Bears (6-5) became bowl eligible for the third consecutive season - the first time in school history. The Red Raiders fall to 7-5 after starting the year 6-1.