We talk about the newest Longhorn, a potential future Longhorn, and a different sets of eyes after the Spring game. Recruits also talk the return of DBU, C/O 2016 ready to contribute, and UT's point guard headed to the NBA. The Inside Scoop has you covered.
Shaka Smart has a problem. It's not a new problem, mind you. No. It's a problem he's been dealing with for an entire season and, indeed, one Texas fans have had to endure over four straight postseasons of limited success.
Somehow saying that everything that could go wrong, did, just isn’t enough to explain the total destruction that was the Kansas game in Austin tonight. Texas, with a chance to make a statement to their fans, the conference, the world...did. The problem was that the message was that they weren’t ready to play in what could have been the most important game of the year.
Texas overcame early and often foul trouble from their big men (all of them) as they had just enough to beat the Wildcats in Manhattan to keep their keep their hopes of a top three finish in the conference alive.
AUSTIN -- The Texas basketball team proved Tuesday night that perhaps there is life after Cam Ridley after all, as the Longhorns upset the 17th-ranked Iowa State Cyclones 94-91 in overtime at the Erwin Center.