2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
11-2, 2nd in Big 12

Courtside: Chris Holtmann previews Ohio State's showdown against Purdue. Plus, the guys share their thoughts on Baylor's Kim Mulkey

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Kim Mulkey’s comments about playing college basketball during a pandemic, if there’s a home court advantage this season, not panicking over Michigan’s loss, Auburn’s Sharife Cooper bursting onto the scene, Gonzaga Watch and Iowa’s roster construction. Then, Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann joins the show to talk about Kyle Young’s throwback style, an update on Seth Towns, Dakich wanting to take a bullet for Holtmann, Jae’Sean Tate making an impact with the Rockets and the happiest he’s ever seen his team. Later, quick hitters on Baylor, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas Tech.

Sims dazzles with alley-oop off the backboard for Texas (0:23)
Sims cleans up with a dunk for Texas (0:17)
Texas runs pick-and-roll to set up Jericho Sims' soaring dunk (0:22)
Jericho Sim dunks through triple team (0:26)
Courtney Ramey hyped after nailing pull-up 3 (0:20)
Cancer survivor Andrew Jones drills game winner for Texas (1:00)
Andrew Jones heaves full court-pass for a Texas score (0:21)
Coleman ices it for Texas with step-back 2 (0:34)
ISU's Young stops monstrous dunk from Texas (0:16)

Courtside: Dan Gavitt on Indianapolis hosting the NCAA Tournament; Shaka Smart on beating Kansas by a bunch at Phog Allen

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with NCAA SVP of Basketball Dan Gavitt to discuss Indianapolis hosting the entire NCAA Tournament, the living and practice set-up for teams, family’s being allowed to attend, and the difference between a controlled environment and a bubble. Then, the guys get into their thoughts on a very down ACC, the top-four conferences, Drake’s 13-0 start and if it makes sense to play conference tournaments. Later, Texas head coach Shaka Smart stops by to talk about leaving the Bald Brotherhood, Jericho Sims as the unsung hero of his team, beating Kansas by a bunch at Phog Allen, the bench generating energy without fans and throwing pig guts in the locker room to send a message to his players.

Texas' Sims gets up to finish alley-oop (0:22)
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No fear: Horns hand record-tying loss to Kansas

Courtney Ramey scored 18 points as No. 8 Texas matched the most lopsided win by an opponent in the history of Allen Fieldhouse with an 84-59 victory over No. 3 Kansas.


No. 8 Texas tops No. 3 KU 84-59 to tie record margin at Phog

— Courtney Ramey scored 18 points to lead five Texas players in double-figures scoring, and No. 8 Longhorns routed third-ranked Kansas 84-59 on Saturday to match the most lopsided win by an opponent in the history of Allen Fieldhouse.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.2101st
Rebounds Per Game40.239th
Assists Per Game12.6Tied-250th
Points Allowed65.2

Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record35-37
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances34