Texas vs. Kansas Basketball - Celebration Thread

Stacy Revere

Texas dominates Kansas...on the hardcourt. What?

In an impressive display of physical basketball, the #25 Texas Longhorns knocked off #6 Kansas at home for the first time since 2008. The Texas bigs dominated the game from start to finish, tallying 12 blocks and a +7 rebounding margin. Cam Ridley (9 points, 10 boards, 4 blocks) and Jon Holmes (22 points, 4 boards, 3 blocks) led the charge, with Isaiah Taylor pacing the team with 23 points and Demarcus Holland wrangling a team high 11 boards.

Big game from the young Horns, who have now won 4 straight against top 25 opponents, including two over top 10 teams at home. They're now 1 game back of Kansas in the Big 12 standings. If you're not believing in this team yet, it may be time.

Peter will be back later with a recap, for now...here's your celebration thread.

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