It’s a different dynamic for a team that’s benefited from the luxury of playing with two future NBA lottery picks for the last two seasons. Without a player like Bamba or Allen, the Longhorns are shifting into a team grounded in teamwork and cohesion even more so than last season.
Texas men’s swimming took no prisoners against the No. 12 Texas A&M Aggies on Friday at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, coming away with a 180-113 victory led by Drew Kibler and John Shebat.
Wrapping up its fall season in the Battle at the Beach tournament in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the Texas women’s golf team fought through tough, sunny conditions and warm beaches to finish third overall.
Texas took a 41-34 lead in the later stages of the fourth quarter. But there was one problem: Texas left 2:34 on the clock with Will Grier, one of the best quarterbacks in the country, waiting to take the field on the West Virginia sideline.