The Texas Longhorns won again. It felt more meaningful than most of the wins this season.
The Longhorns avenged two losses to the same team last season with a win against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. And they did it again in comeback fashion.
Texas fell behind by double digits and trailed 34-25 at halftime. A dominant second-half performance saw Texas quickly take the lead at 46-44 with less than 12 minutes to play.
After a 20-4 run and a 50-44 lead, the Longhorns forced a timeout midway through the second half.
Timmy Allen started the offense early in the second period before Marcus Carr and Sr. Jabari Rice shut the door on Texas Tech. Carr led Texas scoring with 20 points. Rice had 18 points, followed by Allen with 17 points.
Defensively, save for a 23-point performance by Tech freshman Pop Isaacs, the Longhorns stifled the Red Raider offense. Kevin O’Banor had no results in the game.
Texas improves to 15-2 on the season, while Texas Tech falls to 10-7. In five games in conference play, the Red Raiders are still winless.
Story first appeared on Longhorns Wire