After a last minute heart-breaker against No. 3 TCU, Texas Tech has no time to recover with No. 5 Baylor this weekend. What is head coach Kliff Kingsbury telling his kids to ensure there's not an emotional let-down?

"It's another great opportunity to show how good you are," said Kingsbury, to Mike and Mike, on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio. "You can pout or you can get bad about it and do something about it. We're all mad about how the game ended but we have a top five opponent this week and another chance to show how good we are."

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The last final drives were about as entertaining as college football gets, including TCU getting a pass deflected by their own receiver on 4th and goal, only to have it fall into another receiver's hands for the game-winning touchdown.

"It was tough. Being the play caller, we had that drive where we went three and out and gave them the ball right back. Watching the defense take a stand, then Doctson gets a hand on it and win it. All emotions into one in the last couple of minutes but it was a fantastic ballgame."

Kingsbury was also asked about the dominance of the SEC and said, "other conferences are making up ground".

Texas Tech plays No. 5 Baylor this Saturday at 3:30 pm ET on ABC.

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