One player doesn't make a 14-2 team. You need other key scorers. You need defense. You need role players. And the Aggies have all of these things. This is Chennedy Carter's team, but it isn't just Chennedy Carter's team.
Tech (12-2, 1-2) comes to Austin to face the Horns (9-6, 1-2) in a game between a pair of teams whose conference fate hangs in the balance.
These aren't all of the freshmen who are getting minutes in Conference USA, but they are six players who've been getting key minutes and have contributed to their team's success in varying ways.
The reigning national champion Baylor Lady Bears are 11-1 on the year and are No. 6 in the nation. The UConn Huskies are 12-0 and ranked No. 1 in the country. And on Thursday, the two teams will face off in one of the biggest college basketball games of the season.
This is shaping up to be a strong year for Texas teams in the Southland.
Despite being ranked sixth in the country, there's a valid argument to be made that a healthy Lauren Cox pushes Baylor right back to the top of the college basketball landscape.
The North Texas Mean Green came into this year off back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since the 2001-2002 season, but with last year's leading scorer Terriell Bradley gone, it was hard to get a read on UNT's chances of making it three winning years in a row.
After a shaky start to the year, the Texas Longhorns women's basketball team has picked up a pair of solid wins over their last two games.
Texas Tech is 8-0 and already over halfway to its win total from last season's 14-17 campaign and ahead of its win total from two years ago when the team went 7-23.