After surreal sixth inning, Texas Tech pulls away from UNC, 7-2

There were strike zone frustrations and a crazy sixth inning that had the potential to be big for UNC, who trailed by a run at the time. But after going through a twilight zone of sorts, the inning produced no runs and plenty of head-scratching. It all went awry for the Tar Heels after that, ending in a 7–2 Texas Tech victory Saturday in the Lubbock Regional. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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