For all of the promise and potential Texas has in its “sharpshooting” sophomore Jase Febres, he (perhaps above all other Longhorns) has typified the hot and cold nature of this basketball program under Shaka Smart. Some overall numbers…8.8 pts, 2.7 rbs, 0.4 asts, on 46/37/58 shooting. Not terrible. At all, really.
With the happy decision/return of senior-to-be guard Kerwin Roach now behind us, Texas Basketball can look to the future of the 2018-19 season with a clearer understanding of who they will have and what they are working with.
The roster, as of a few minutes ago was finalized as such..
If you’re ready for as many questions as you are answers, you’ve come to the right place.
Here are some thoughts about the tough but, hopefully, not all that damning loss to the Red Raiders for the Horns in Kansas City.
What an incredibly frustrating game.
He was diagnosed last week after he struggled to recuperate energy following his wrist injury, which kept him out of four games over much of the month of December.
It was Wednesday, January 13, 2010 and it was cold as ****. I wasn’t feeling very well but I was there in Hilton Coliseum when the Longhorns, for the first time in school history, were ranked #1 in the country and came away with a road win in Ames.
Since that cold, midweek game when Avery Bradley and Damion James were making big plays for Texas, UT had never come out of Hilton with a win. Until tonight.
Texas’ win in Tuscaloosa against a ‘Bama team which refused to read the tea leaves of collapsing on defense allowed the Longhorns to grab their second true road win of the season.
Here are some takeaways from the victory…
The 2017-18 version of the Texas Longhorns goes live tonight as UT hosts the Northwestern State Demons at the Erwin Center.
Back and forth they went a year ago.
Back and forth.