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Longhorns Daily News: Texas’ Rodney Terry apologizes following UCF ‘horns down’ incident

Plus: Texas WBB beat Oklahoma State over the weekend

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Texas Longhorns men’s basketball head coach Rodney Terry is again speaking up after the “Horns down” incident following a loss to UCF last week. Terry, at the time, called it “classless.”

“There’s always gonna be different things you have to deal with in life,” Terry said, according to On3. “I think you have controllables in your life in terms of what you’re able to control in terms of what happens. I always tell our guys there’s always consequences to any actions that you may have. I had no intentions of trying to show up anyone or offend anyone in terms of what occurred at the end of that game.”

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Associated Press: Texas coach Rodney Terry apologizes for criticizing UCF players who used ‘Horns down’ sign

Austin American-Statesman: Booker, Jones help Texas women’s basketball program earn 1,200th win

Austin American-Statesman: Before Texas basketball’s game-winner, Chendall Weaver saved the day

Austin American-Statesman: Former Texas coach Duane Akina disputes reports of return to Austin

Dallas Morning News: 10 things to know about Scottie Scheffler, Highland Park grad and World’s No. 1 golfer

Dallas Morning News: 3 takeaways from Baylor’s loss to Texas: Tyrese Hunter’s buzzer-beater stuns Bears

Inside Texas: The way-too-early polls were way-too-early, but Texas was a constant presence near the top

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Texas pulls out gritty 75-73 win over No. 9 Baylor thanks to a rare true buzzer beater

2025 four-star DL Lance Jackson commits to Texas

2026 RB Raycine Guillory Jr. commits to Texas

Texas is hosting Arizona transfer DT Tiaoalii Savea for an official visit

Texas hires former standout NFL DB William Gay as an analyst

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: The Stampede: Additional Junior Day scoop, breaking down new pair of commits

247Sports: Three Texas signees remain ranked among nation’s elite in latest 247Sports rankings update for 2024

247Sports: Junior Day offer puts Texas ‘definitely top three’ for No. 1-ranked 2025 athlete Michael Terry III

247Sports: How Pete Kwiatkowski’s relationship with Landon Jackson helped land his little brother Lance Jackson

247Sports: Texas lands Top247 defensive lineman Lance Jackson

247Sports: Top247 LB Gavin Nix sees plenty of opportunity at Texas

247Sports: Top100 QB Will Griffin can’t wait to get back to Texas

247Sports: Elite LB Riley Pettijohn likes the direction Texas is going in

Inside Texas: Four-star EDGE Kamauryn Morgan recaps his Texas Junior Day visit

Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: 2025 RB recruiting, LB target, Jabbar Muhammad

Inside Texas: Who received scholarship offers at the Texas junior day?

Inside Texas: On3’s No. 3 CB Jaboree Antoine recaps latest Texas trip

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Associated Press: College basketball poll (Jan. 22): Baylor tumbles in AP top 25 after recent losses

Dallas Morning News: Four Oklahoma State fraternity members charged with dumping dead longhorn on lawn

Our Daily Bears: Bears lose at the buzzer 75-73

Frogs O’ War: Men’s Basketball: No. 19 TCU suffers narrow loss to No. 24 Iowa State

Frogs O’ War: MMPG: Newfound weakness puts a damper on promising start

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Cyclones survive, secure first road win in conference play 73-72

Bring On The Cats: K-State thwarts Oklahoma State upset bid, 70-66

Rock Chalk Talk: KU Hoops Preview: Cincinnati

Black & Gold Banneret: UCF’s offense goes historically cold at No. 5 Houston

Vanquish The Foe: BYU remains ranked after split over Iowa State and Texas Tech

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: The 49ers seriously considered Tom Brady at QB before committing to Brock Purdy

SB Nation: Jason Kelce introduced young Bills fan to Taylor Swift after seeing her sign

SB Nation: Bills’ playoff heartache continues with another ‘Wide Right’ field goal

NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND

  • Texas women’s basketball beat Oklahoma State over the weekend.