Hoops Photo Gallery - MSU
Sydmill Harris slams home two of his 12 points. Harris gave the offense a huge boost in the first half.
Brandon Mouton flies towards the basket late in the game. Mouton had 16 points and was one of five Horns in double figures.
T.J. Ford gets by the MSU defense for a layup. Ford was able to consistently break down the defense and create scoring opportunities.
Royal Ivey had a quiet night scoring, but he played his usual hard-nosed defense and also had six rebounds.
Throw it down big fella! James Thomas spent most of the second half on the bench with foul trouble, but he did take a T.J. Ford assist for this key bucket late in the game.
Brandon Mouton blocks Alan Anderson's shot during second half action.
T.J. hits a very difficult shot late in the game. Ford led Texas with 19 points and 10 assists.
Brad Buckman reacts as Texas wraps things up late in the game. Buckman picked up the slack when James Thomas was forced to sit down with foul trouble in the second half, contributing 11 points, six rebounds and three steals.
Brian Boddicker smiles after hitting one of his three three-pointers on Sunday. Boddicker ended the game with 15 points and six rebounds.
A message for Syracuse?
The smile says it all.....yes, Texas IS in the Final Four. Hook'em!
(Photos by Will Gallagher / Inside Texas)
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