Monday night’s blowout loss at Wast Virginia has many fans and also a prominent former player concerned about the state of Texas Basketball.
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It has been nearly four years since Texas hired Shaka Smart in hopes of returning the program to the level of success it enjoyed early in the Rick Barnes era, but that simply has not happened.
Bruce Weber’s Kansas State Wildcats may have beaten Texas 71-64 on Tuesday night, but the Longhorns left an impression.
Texas led at the half before losing the lead in the second half.
With conference play now firmly underway in college basketball, we’ve reached a healthy point in the season to start assessing not only how teams stack up this year, but also how they’ve handled
Rooting for a team on the NCAA Tournament bubble is a unique experience.
With a shade over a week remaining until Selection Sunday, teams near the top of the bracket and on the bubble all across the country are looking to make a case to the tournament committee.
Texas dedicated its emotional double overtime win over TCU on Wednesday night to Andrew Jones, whose family announced earlier in the day that the guard has been diagnosed with leukemia.
The University of Texas is launching an independent review of academic services offered by its athletic department in the wake of allegations of academic misconduct.