It’s the 16th time the Longhorns have appeared in the Sweet 16.
As noted by Texas Sports, “The win marks only the third time in Texas history that the Longhorns have won an NCAA Tournament game as the lower-seeded team. UT’s previous two victories came in 2003 (No. 2 Texas def. No. 1 LSU) and 1990 (No. 3 Texas def. No. 2 NC State). In addition, the victory secured Texas’ 37th 20-win season in school history.”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: NCAA dropped ball with women’s fiasco
Dallas Morning News: Texas offseason breakout candidates: Jake Smith is ready to explode for the Longhorns
247Sports: The Flagship: Takeaways from Texas spring practice, why Shaka Smart needs to go
247Sports: Could Texas be without a key linebacker moving forward?
Inside Texas: Inside the Gameplan: Spring foundations
Inside Texas: Burton: Big plays at DKR
Inside Texas: Newfound opportunity at receiver an emerging spring storyline
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Mike at Night: Texas scheduling official visitors for summer
247Sports: Tenaha linebacker Jeremy Patton discusses Texas offer
247Sports: Sarkisian staying in routine contact with California four-star cornerback Ephesians Prysock
247Sports: 2023 CB Jayvon Thomas discusses early recruiting attention
247Sports: Connor Robertson closing in on a decision?
247Sports: Offensive lineman Harris Sewell discusses Texas communication, visit plans
Inside Texas: Texas official weekends set
Inside Texas: Texas’ official visit strategy
Inside Texas: Taking a look at Texas recruiting wins, losses and misses
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: The Mark Vital Profile and Interview: The stories, path and final season for Baylor’s fifth year senior
The Smoking Musket: Sean McNeil enters name into NBA Draft
The Smoking Musket: Tykee Smith enters transfer portal
Rock Chalk Talk: The Rock Chalk Talk transfer big board version 1.0
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Bulls trade for Nikola Vucevic!
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Oklahoma Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley doesn’t thing guys like quarterback Chandler Morris, who recently left the Sooners to join the TCU Horned Frogs, shouldn’t be eligible.
Lincoln Riley says his opposition to Chandler Morris' immediate eligibility at TCU is about a core belief that you shouldn't be able to transfer intraconference without any kind of penalty. He said it's bad for the game.— Jason Kersey (@jasonkersey) March 24, 2021