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Mack Brown gives props to Baylor's Briles

Former Texas coach Mack Brown dropped by Baylor’s spring workouts over the weekend.

As an analyst with ESPN, Brown no longer is the Bears’ Big 12 enemy, although the Longhorns last loss to Baylor might have contributed to Brown’s exit from Texas. 46 more words


On The NCAA Bubble, Stanford Drops A Costly Game At Home To Oregon

By Sam McPherson

The Stanford Cardinal lost to the Oregon Ducks, 73-70, Sunday night at Maples Pavilion in men’s basketball to see their record fall to 18-10 with just two games left in conference play. 567 more words

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Perry Ellis scores 28 to lead Jayhawks over Texas

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Rick Barnes was asked what made Kansas forward Perry Ellis so difficult to contain, and the Texas coach twice pointed out the way his senior instincts have developed. 723 more words


Bubble Banter: Boise State, St. John's, Dayton win the day; Texas, N.C. State lose; and Kansas State?

(This post will be updated as the day progresses.)

Let’s talk about Kansas State for a minute, shall we?

The Wildcats knocked off No. 1,850 more words

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You Make the Call: Was Texas guard Isaiah Taylor fouled on this drive?

To say that this season hasn’t gone as planned for the Texas Longhorns would be a major understatement. Seen as one of the teams best equipped to challenge Kentucky before the season began, Rick Barnes’ Longhorns are now at the point where they need quality wins to simply ensure that they’ll make the NCAA tournament. 85 more words

Kansas will sit Cliff Alexander against Texas as NCAA issue could affect eligibility

Kansas freshman Cliff Alexander will sit out Saturday’s Big 12 game against Texas, according to a release from the school. The former McDonald’s All-American and 6-foot-8 forward is shooting 56 percent from the field this season, but has struggled with consistency as he’s only playing 17.6 minutes per game. 164 more words

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Big 12 hoops: four to the floor

By Kevin Lyttle


So if you knew the Big 12 men’s basketball race was coming down to a four-team scrum with just over a week to play, what are the odds that not one of the four would be Texas? 405 more words