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After being suspended for 23 games, Myck Kabongo will see his first action of the season and start Wednesday vs. Iowa State. Today Kabongo released a statement commenting on his suspension and the remaining games. Though he won’t be a “cure-all” for the Longhorns, Myck Kabongo’s return will undoubtedly help improve the struggles on offense. Currently the offense is built almost entirely on jump-shots that are often contested. Because of this, it’s no surprise the Longhorns are 8th in the Big12 in scoring offense, 7th in field goal percentage, and last (10th) in 3-point percentage. But Myck Kabongo has the ability to improve these stats. Unlike anyone on the roster, Kabongo can get into the lane, attack the basket, and finish at the rim. And his success in finishing plays like these will greatly affect whether or not Texas elevates it’s play towards the end of the season. Texas has no one the turn to as a reliable option in the post. We’ve seen flashes from Cameron Ridley, Prince Ibe...

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Dallas Carter LB Cameron Hampton commits to the Longhorns

Junior Day 1 for the Texas Longhorns is here and with it came a huge pickup from linebacker Cameron Hampton.  Hampton, a 6-2, 210 lb outside linebacker from Carter High School in Dallas originally liked Texas A&M as his school of choice but then refocused his efforts on Oklahoma and Texas.  He was the 2012 10-4A defensive Most Valuable Player and notched 85 tackles in his...

Barnes: Kabongo, Holland To Start Vs. ISU

Texas coach Rick Barnes tapped Myck Kabongo and Demarcus Holland as starters for Wednesday's Iowa State game.

Texas Baseball Taking It “One Game At A Time”

Photo courtesy Donald J. Boyles The Horns will open up the season this Friday against Sacramento State for what they hope to be a promising 2013 campaign. After falling from national prominence last season, many in the college baseball world have discredited the Longhorns as a serious contender this season. The Longhorns are ranked in only one of the three major preseason polls....
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