Hoops Photo Gallery - Kansas
Brandon Mouton watches his first three-pointer of the game right before it went in. Mouton was 3-7 from behind the arc.
Royal Ivey keeps an eye on Keith Langford of Kansas. Texas was able to limit Kansas to 38 percent shooting for the game.
P.J. Tucker navigates his way through KU defenders on his way to the basket. Tucker was the second leading scorer for Texas with 11 points.
Edgar Moreno flies to the hoop on his way to a monster dunk in the first half.
Brandon Mouton makes a strong move to the basket in the first half. Mouton led Texas with 23 points on 7-13 shooting. He was also a perfect 6-6 from the free-throw line.
James Thomas pulls down one of his six rebounds. Thomas only played 18 minutes but he was very effective on both sides of the floor with nine points on offense and three blocks and a steal on defense.
All eyes are glued to the ball as Royal Ivey puts up a hook shot over two KU defenders.
Brandon Mouton drives by Keith Langford late in the game. The Jayhawks had no answer for Mouton on this night.
Brad Buckman, Kenny Taylor and P.J. Tucker celebrate the win over KU. If the Horns can take care of Tech on Saturday they will play OSU for the regular season conference title next Monday night.
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