Hoops Gallery - KSU
Jason Klotz defends Pervis Pasco. Klotz had two blocked shots against KSU.
Terrell Ross disrupts the shot of Jarrett Hart. The arm behind Ross belongs to Brad Buckman, who had three blocked shots to lead Texas.
Brandon Mouton drives to the basket in the second half. Mouton was one of three Texas players in double figures, scoring 13 points.
As Bill Walton might say, "Slam it down big fella!" Thomas domiated KSU with 22 points and 15 rebounds, both game highs.
Royal Ivey climbs the ladder to get this rebound in the first half. Ivey had seven rebounds for the game, including five offensive boards.
Frank Richards tries in vain to keep up with T.J. Ford as the Texas point man flies toward the basket. Ford had 11 points and eight assists on the night.
Drew Gressett reacts as Brandon Mouton hits the second of back-to-back three-point shots in the second half.
It was senior night on Wednesday, so here are each of the three seniors that played their final game in front of the home fans. Chris Ogden gets us started.
Terrell Ross ends the game with a bang.
Deginald Erskin walks off the home floor for the last time as a winner.
(Photos by Will Gallagher/Inside Texas)
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