Photo Gallery - Memphis

P.J. Tucker led Texas with 18 points and matched the physical play of Memphis in a hard-fought 74-67 win at the Erwin Center.

Rick Barnes and John Calipari had both teams ready to play Wednesday.

Mike Williams gets a shot up just over the reach of Rodney Carney. Williams finished the game with two points and two rebounds.

LaMarcus Aldridge boxes out Simplice Njoya in the second half. Aldridge pulled down seven boards against Memphis.

Brad Buckman drives baseline during first-half action. Buckman finished the game with 12 points and four rebounds.

A Texas Pom dancer entertains the crowd during a break in the action.

A determined Kenton Paulino drives past Tank Beavers of Memphis.

Jason Klotz puts in two of his eleven points on the game.

Daniel Gibson focuses in on Darius Washington of Memphis. Gibson was the Longhorns second-leading scorer with 17 points, just one shy of P.J. Tucker's 18 points.

From the start of the game it was clear that Memphis was going to be very physical with the Longhorns. Nobody took more of a pounding than P.J. Tucker. But Tucker seemed to feed off of the contact and was relentless in attacking the basket and the glass to lead Texas in scoring, including shooting 8-10 from the charity stripe.

Kenny Taylor fires up a shot in the second half. Taylor did not have a good shooting night, but he was a huge help on the boards, pulling down eight rebounds.

P.J. Tucker gets a shot up over two Memphis defenders. Tucker also had a key steal to seal the game with under two minutes left to top off a very productive night.

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