The Texas baseball team suffered yet another conference loss last weekend, this time to Kansas State. They are now in danger of finishing in last place in the conference and, consequently, missing the Big 12 Tournament.
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Texas Loses Another Series, and Possibly Postseason With It
Playing for their postseason lives, the Longhorns will look to solve the Kansas State offense in tonight’s quarterfinal match up (6:00 pm CT, Big 12 Network).
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Win Or Go Home: (7) Texas Battles (2) Kansas State in Big 12 Tournament
Myck Kabongo had 16 points and 6 dimes, Julien Lewis led all scorers with 19, and Texas went 25-32 from the free throw line to advance to Thursday night’s quarterfinals versus Kansas State (6:00 pm, Big 12 Network).
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Big 12 Tournament: Texas Wears Down TCU 70-57, Advances to Quarterfinals vs Kansas State
With the NFL draft getting closer and closer, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. is making sure he feeds everyone with as much info as possible. More than a month after showcasing his second mock draft, Kiper has updated things in his Mock Draft 3.0 . It should come as no surprise that his latest mock draft is loaded with SEC talent, as he has 13 players going in the first 32 picks. His top 10 has five SEC players in it. Kiper has Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel going first overall to Kansas City, while Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd is set to go third to the Oakland Raiders.
Mel Kiper Jr.’s Mock NFL Draft 3.0
Brittany Chambers’ layup with under a second to play gave Kansas State a 51-49 victory over Texas in the first round of the Big 12 Conference tournament Friday night.
DeLoss Dodds gets a $62,500 bonus if Texas’ athletic department operates “with financial solvency,” Kirby Hocutt gets a payment worth 6 percent of his base salary if Texas Tech makes a bowl game, and Kansas State’s John Currie simply gets a bonus if Bill Snyder earns one. These interesting tidbits were revealed when USA TODAY came out with its new survey of athletic director salaries, which are on the rise across the country.
Looking at Big 12 athletic directors’ salaries
Ryan Clark has attended every single college basketball game played by his favorite team for eight straight seasons. But he isn’t a fan of Kentucky, Kansas or UCLA… Ryan Clark is a fan of the Texas Longhorns. This is his story story.
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The Road Less Traveled: Ryan Clark’s Epic Journey With Texas Basketball