NORMAN, Oklahoma--Oklahoma guard Michael Neal hit four shots in a row late in the second half to get the No. 25 Sooners past Texas Tech, 60-48, on Saturday. The Red Raiders had a hard time stopping the Sooners in the first half. Oklahoma shot 60-percent from the field to take a 32-12 lead at halftime. Tech would come back in the second on the strength of a 17-1 run to get to within two points (40-38) of the Sooners with about eight minutes left in the game. But then made two 3-point shots in quick succession to put Oklahoma back in control for the rest of the game. Jarrius Jackson had 15 points for Tech. Next up for the Red Raiders (10-9, 2-3) is Oklahoma State Saturday at the United Spirit Arena. Tip-off is set for 12:30 p.m.