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No. 10 Texas seeks to defend home court vs. Oklahoma State (8pm CST, LHN)

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Primer. 

One of the hottest teams in the Big 12 at 16-3 (5-2 in conference), Texas takes on Oklahoma State for the second time this season, looking to defend their home floor against Cowboys team that, like much of the Big 12, is better than its 11-8 (3-4) record.

The last time these two teams played, Texas pulled out an ugly win on the road in Stillwater, 56-46, that was hilariously lacking in offense. Take a look at the stats:

To say it was a tough game to watch would be an understatement, but once again, it’s a road win in the Big 12, so you gotta take them however you can get them. The Longhorns sit second in the conference right now in overall record and league record, trailing just Kansas State and tied with just Iowa State, though the Cyclones have a head-to-head tiebreaker against Texas.

The Longhorns are coming off of a nice victory against West Virginia in Morgantown, 69-61, where they really flexed their muscles behind the talents of one Marcus Carr, who scored 19 second-half points after a slow, four-point first half. Carr has been having an absolutely dynamite season scoring the basketball for Texas, averaging 17.4 points per as well as notching 4.2 assists. He’s on track to be an all-BIg-12 performer this season if he keeps these numbers going.

Credit: @TexasMBBCountry on Twitter.

Oklahoma State Offense. 

The Pokes’ offense hasn’t been anything spectacular this season, as they rank in the bottom…


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