As Matt Coleman’s potential game-winning three-point shot bounced off the iron, it was the culmination of a stretch where the Longhorns turned the ball over eight times over the last eight minutes, including four times in the final four.
As a high school prospect, Jase Febres was known for his quick-release shooting stroke. His ability to make shots at a regular rate was expected to be an important part of an offense last year that drew a lot of attention inside to lottery pick Mohamed Bamba.
Tomorrow night, Texas steps back on the court for the first time since their time in Las Vegas where a win/loss against UNC/MSU saw the Longhorns catapult all the way up to #17 in both the AP and Coaches' polls.
For Texas, it was a good thing college games are 40 minutes long rather than 34. For 34 minutes on Monday, Texas was even with the ULM Warhawks, a team 218 spots behind them in the Kenpom advanced metrics.