The No. 19 Texas Tech Red Raiders — 11.5-point underdogs — upset the No. 1 Baylor Bears 65-62 on Tuesday night in Waco. Baylor — the defending champions — was the last remaining unbeaten team in college basketball (with No. 5 USC also losing for the first time while Baylor’s game was happening).

And the highlight of the night came on an absurd dunk from Texas Tech with just over a minute remaining.

Texas Tech guard Adonis Arms drove to the basket, unleashed a nasty spin move, and capped the play off with a vicious poster dunk.

That’s an incredible play, especially on the road against the No. 1 team in the country.

Arms led Texas Tech in points (14) and rebounds (9), and he was tied for the team-high in assists (5) and blocks (2).

While this is a big upset, that’s more because of just how incredible Baylor is. Texas Tech (12-3) is an excellent team themselves, and the Red Raiders just beat then-No. 6 Kansas on Saturday.

[Photo Credit: ESPNU]

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