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Horns. Hawks. II.
The Texas Longhorns (11-13, 3-8) travel to Lawrence, KS, looking to capitalize on the return of point guard Myck Kabongo and a huge home win against Iowa St. The Kansas Jayhawks (20-4, 8-3) uncharacteristically lost 3 games in a row before notching a win against rival Kansas St. on Big Monday.
On paper, this should be a Kansas blowout, but Ol' Mo could have a say-so. Texas will be buoyed by having Kabongo starting at point, while Kansas also gets a full-strength Ben McLemore (he was a little less than 100% with a tweaked ankle last time out). It's a play your best, no excuses, type of game.
There's not much else to say. Kansas is really good, but clearly susceptible to the blowout of the century of the week. Texas desperately needs a signature win (along with any win, really) to keep the season alive.
It could happen.
Kansas: G -(#15 - Sr.) | G - (#23 - Fr.) | G - (#24 - Sr.) | F - (#40 - Sr.) | C - (#5 - Sr.)
Kansas: G - Jamari Traylor (#31 - Fr.)(#1 - So.) | F - (#3 - Fr.) | F - (#34 - Fr.) | F -
Kansas: C -(#33 - Fr. - Redshirt Season)
TEXAS (10-13, 2-8)
at No. 14/13 Kansas (20-4, 8-3)
Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 • 8 p.m. CT
Lawrence, Kan. • Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)
Dan Shulman (play-by-play), Jay Bilas (analyst), Holly Rowe (reporter)
Radio: Longhorn IMG Radio Network
Craig Way (play-by-play), Eddie Oran (analyst)
Satellite Radio: XM 202 / Sirius 216
Streaming Audio: TexasSports.com
Live Stats: GameTracker