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J'Congratulations Are In Order


J'Covan becomes sixth Longhorn to win U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) District VII Player of the Year. An All-Big 12 First Team selection, Brown leads the Big 12 Conference in scoring (20.0 ppg) and also leads the team in steals (40) and minutes (35.3 mpg) and ranks second in assists (3.8 apg). He has recorded 30-plus points four times this year, topped the 20-point mark 17 times and reached double figures in scoring in 29 of the first 31 games. Go get us a couple of wins, J'CB.

J'Covan Brown - 2012 Academic All-Big 12 Men's Basketball Team

IRVING, Texas -- The Big 12 Conference announced Thursday the selection of University of Texas junior guard J'Covan Brown to the 2012 Academic All-Big 12 Men's Basketball Team. Brown, currently the league's leading scorer (19.7 ppg), earned a first-team selection for the second consecutive season. To qualify for the team, student-athletes must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA either cumulatively or in the previous two semesters and must have participated in 60 percent of his team's scheduled games. Freshmen and transfers are not eligible in their first year of academic residence. Seniors who have participated for a minimum of two years and meet all criteria except percent of participation also are eligible. Randa Ryan drops the dime.

The J'Covan Dialogues: One Man's Struggle To Explain J'Covan Brown's Game


J'Covan Brown is one of my favorite Longhorn players of all time. I don't know anything about him. Is he quick or athletic? No. Not really. I honestly didn't think he could dunk until he it did...

Missouri 67, Texas 66: Good, Bad & Ugly


That was painful. Like, Kendrick Perkins painful. Writing this, I sympathize with Scipio Tex and the past two football seasons. It's hard to write the same refrain over and over again with fading...

Baylor 76, Texas 71: Good, Bad & Ugly


This Texas team must no doubt feel like they are living in their own personal Groundhog Day. It was another game that Texas should have lost, but could have won. Baylor carried a 9 point lead into...

Texas Longhorns vs Baylor Bears Live Game Thread


If we can stop Scott Drew from buying new 5-star players at halftime we have a chance. Game tips at noon on CBS. Verne and Clark with the call.

Texas Basketball: 3 Down (and Out), 3 To Go


Texas is currently halfway through its brutal 6 game stretch. In my "Murderer's Row" preview, I posited that 3-3 was an attainable goal. Well, so much for that optimism. Three games in, and the...

Kansas 69, Texas 66: Good, Bad & Ugly


Coffee is for closers and Kansas regular season basketball. There's a reason why the Fightin' Bill Selfs (Selves?) have won 7 straight regular season Big 12 championships, and it's not because...

Texas Basketball Loses Heartbreaker at Kansas State, 84-80


I won't go full monty with this game as it was a tough loss to swallow. After looking like they'd get run out of the gym early (K-State opened up a 15 point first half lead), the young Horns...

Missouri 84, Texas 73: Good, Bad & Ugly


Quoting Denny Green, the Texas Longhorns basketball team "are who we thought they were." J'Covan is a hoss, inexperience is a huge deal on the road, and size matters. Missouri shot lights out in...

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