The Longhorns try to exact revenge for the only loss at the Moody Center.
Texas sits atop the conference as they approach the halfway point in Big 12 play.
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On an off night for most, a few Longhorns stole the show and led Texas to a top-15 win.
The Longhorns made six free throws down the stretch and got a big shot from Marcus Carr.
Saturday’s game in Knoxville won’t feature the same emotions as the return of Barnes to Austin, but it does afford the Longhorns with the chance to add a major resume-boosting win.
Both Texas men’s and women’s basketball teams sit tied atop the Big 12 standings near the halfway mark
Both the men’s and women’s teams are positioning themselves for a run at a conference title.
Once again, Marcus Carr led the way for the Longhorns and Brock Cunningham set his career high with 15 points.
Only trailing early is certainly an ideal way to win a game for Rodney Terry and the Longhorns.
All Marcus Carr does is get buckets.
The Longhorns went the final 7:28 of the first half without a field goal before going 9:20 without a made basket in the second half.
The former Cyclones guard returns to face his old team as the Longhorns look for a major road win.
The men and women both were 2-0 as they begin the grind of conference play.
Marcus Carr and Sir’Jabari Rice each scored 15 points in the second half to overcome a nine-point halftime deficit.
At the very least, this team knows how to keep things interesting.
The Red Raiders have lost four in a row to open Big 12 play, including a 34-point blowout by the Cyclones on Tuesday.
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