The women's college basketball coaching carousel is almost over in the state of Texas, as three of the four Division I job openings are filled, with the lone exception being A&M Commerce, which was a late entry into the job market after head coach Jason Burton left for the UNT job.
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McCasland has been in Denton since 2017 and will become Texas Tech's third head coach in three years.
Houston and Texas lead the Lone Star State with three All-Texas player selections each.
The Lions went 69-12 during their last three seasons in DII under Burton and were two-time NCAA regional semi-finalists.
The Nazareth Swiftettes may have earned their 25th title on Saturday, but it was no cakewalk.
There are a lot of teams in this state, so we're not going to include every player in this discussion. Instead, I've narrowed it down to a handful of point guards and will look at the pros and cons for each one before coming to a decision.
We're inching closer to conference play — when it'll be a little easier to judge all of these teams — but got a past and future conference game on Sunday, as former Big 12 rivals and future SEC rivals Texas and Texas A&M faced off in Gary Blair's final game against the Horns.
The guys chat with Grant McCasland about the NCAA Tournament run, dealing with COVID-19 during the season and what to expect from the Mean Green in 2021-22.
Ishmael Johnson and Matthew Brune of 247 recap the state's two biggest upset wins of the weekend so far and run through the rest of the first two days of the MBB Tournament. Does Saturday's first-round loss change Shaka Smart's future at Texas?