LUBBOCK, Texas (Ticker) -- Brandon Mouton may have had a forgettable shooting night, but one of the shots he did make was a memorable one.
Mouton's 3-pointer as time expired in regulation forced overtime and Brian Boddicker had a key basket from beyond the arc in the extra session as No. 14 Texas edged No. 18 Texas Tech, 62-61, in a Big 12 Conference matchup.
Mouton was an awful 3-of-10 from the field and had five turnovers for Texas (13-3, 4-1), which found itself trailing 55-52 with three seconds left in regulation. After a timeout, Mouton worked free, lost defender Ronald Ross and sank a 3-pointer from the left wing as the buzzer sounded.
In overtime, Boddicker buried a 3-pointer for a 60-56 edge with 3:12 to go and Royal Ivey sealed the win with two free throws with 18 seconds to go.
Kenton Paulino led the Longhorns with 12 points.
Jarrius Jackson had 17 points and Michael Marshall and Ross added 14 apiece but Texas Tech (16-3, 4-1) had its 12-game winning streak snapped. The Red Raiders also have dropped seven straight home games to their intrastate rivals.
The game was tied, 51-51, with 1:45 left when Jackson buried a jumper to give Texas Tech the lead. After the teams traded misses, Boddicker hit a free throw with five seconds to go that got Texas within a point.
But the Longhorns appeared finished when Ross hit two free throws a second later. After the timeout, Mouton sank his dramatic jumper to knot the contest.
Jason Klotz opened the overtime with a layup but Andre Emmett hit a free throw with 3:41 left to slice the deficit to a point. On Texas' next possession, Boddicker sunk his 3-pointer for a 60-56 cushion.
Jackson had a 3-pointer 71 seconds later and the teams traded misses. but Ivey made two free throws with 18 seconds to go for a 62-59 lead. Ross hit two free throws with four seconds remaining but Jackson missed a desperation 3-pointer in the waning seconds.
Emmett had one of his worst games of the season, scoring nine points on 2-of-12 shooting.
The Red Raiders shot 26 percent (7-of-27) in the opening half and were outrebounded 48-33 in the contest. They were able to hang around by committing just eight turnovers.
Texas committed 18 turnovers which led to 22 Texas Tech points.
The Longhorns did improve to 43-3 against intrastate rivals under Rick Barnes.