The first of eight season preview episodes where the guys breakdown MBB and WBB teams. They'll be dividing episodes up by region, first up the first of two Houston-area previews.
Texas 24 Podcast: Zaay Green to UAPB, Kennedy Taylor on mental health and Summer League thoughts so far
Kennedy Taylor pens a powerful column about mental health and what we're loving about Jericho Sims and Davion Mitchell so far in Summer League.
We broke down how each player fits in with their respective franchises and whether we like the marriage.
Texas 24 Podcast: Kendric Davis returns to SMU, Terrence Shannon returns Tech and Isiah Small back at Texas State, plus NBA Draft Stock updates
Is SMU a contender in the AAC now with Kendric Davis coming back? Plus, some key NBA Draft withdrawals and stock updates post-combine.
volume_upTexas 24 Podcast: Texas 24 Podcast: Classic Southwest Conference Showdown in the MBB Final Four
What type of game needs to unfold for either team to make the national title?
The first meeting of these teams in the Vic Schaefer era is upon us. The Longhorns haven't been as good in Schaefer's first season as a lot of people expected, but this is a fairly young Texas team that was always going to have some growing pains.
The state's two ranked teams — No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 8 Baylor — face some stiff competition, while a dominant Stephen F. Austin squad might finally have some close games against conference foes, as it faces Abilene Christian and Sam Houston.
Amid of rash of COVID postponements and a few programs from outside of Texas joining SMU in canceling its seasons, the 20-21 women's college basketball season keeps going. The Aggies lost their first game of the season last week, while Rice continued to show why they're going to come out on top in Conference USA.
The program released a statement citing player concern for the rise in COVID-19 and "potential virus-related issues" such as isolation, quarantining and potential disruptions. The statement specified that players did not cite SMU's specific protocols as cause for concern as opposed to broader general problems surrounding the virus' impact on the season.