Found January 19, 2013 on
When you watch the Texas basketball team play you see flashes of a team that could be pretty good. But then you see the Longhorns fall back to earth and struggle in situations that ultimately lead to losses. With an 0-4 record in Big 12 play, Texas is having a tough time finishing games and finding an identity that will ultimately lead to wins. The struggles for Texas are a combination of problems, largely related to youth and inexperience. The team cannot keep it together long enough to pull out wins in games they have still been in until the very end. No matter how they lose, each time I watch the Longhorns I see two problems that stand out. These issues are the difference between wins and losses.
The first problem I see may shed light to a lot of the team’s problems. The interior of the offense and defense are just not reliable enough right now. When you watch the Longhorns you see a team that clearly has struggled with rebounding, especially on offense. Game a...
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Texas coach Rick Barnes and Longhorn players talk about the challenges Kansas presents, as well as how Sheldon McClellan has fared after his Iowa State benching and how Texas can get even better defensively.
NORMAN, Okla. — Guard Aaryn Ellenberg dropped 22 points and helped the Sooners return to their winning ways, as they knocked off their arch-rival Texas Longhorns 69-56 Saturday afternoon at Lloyd Noble Center.
Where on the floor is Sheldon McClellan's sweet spot located? How is Javan Felix scoring his points? And where can the Longhorns look for post buckets? These questions, and more, answered inside.