Our Tim Preston drops information on Andrew Jones’s upcoming draft decision and adds recruiting tidbits.
As you all are likely aware, Andrew Jones made it official last night and declared for the draft meaning both of Texas’ high level freshmen (along with Jarrett Allen) have submitted their names to the NBA without hiring an agent.
Texas’ worst season in my lifetime is officially, thankfully, mercifully, undeniably over.
Uhh…I blacked out for about a half hour there and, it would appear, Texas won a game away from the Erwin Center. Actually, that doesn’t sound right…but…oh…nope, it seems to be accurate.
After splitting the regular season contests, Texas starts whatever small postseason hopes they have for the year when they take on Texas Tech in Kansas City for the Big 12 Tournament.
Texas’ final game of the year is a home date against the visiting Baylor Bears.
A poised and aggressive Texas Tech team had little trouble keeping the Longhorns at bay as they sent UT home without any chance at earning a road win during this 2016-17 season.
Inside Texas’ Tim Preston, Horns Sports’ Will Baizer and Barking Carnival’s BitterWhiteGuy join up to bring you the latest on Tevin Mack’s release from the program, what that means for the future of the Longhorn program and how the Horns might look to steal a win against Baylor this weekend in their final home game of the season.
For what felt like the 29th time in 29 games this season, Texas competed, kept it close and – ultimately – doomed themselves as their own worst enemy in a home loss to Kansas that looks fine enough in the box score but is underlined by a roster that struggles so much with simple **** that you question how they progress from here.
Texas, well past the hope for a season changing win, now looks for a program defining one. Can they beat a Kansas squad looking for their own program defining season?