It's another week of Stock Up, Stock Down here, and we're going to spend a little extra time than usual looking at one topic: the two games between Baylor and Texas.
On Thursday, Texas State lost by just two points on the road against UT Arlington, one of the Sun Belt's top teams. That loss ended a three-game winning streak for the Bobcats, who've really blossomed lately thanks to the strong play of Da'Nasia Hood.
While Thursday's win ended the losing streak for the Bobcats, it doesn't necessarily signal that Texas State has fixed the issues that led to the losing streak.
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We're a week into basketball action now, with a lot of interesting things happening around the state, like Baylor not looking quite like Baylor and Texas A&M winning with a new-look frontcourt.
Let's do some small sample size overreactions to these first games. Every week, there will be a Stock Up, Stock Down column that surveys the landscape of Division I basketball around Texas. For this first one, we're looking at Tuesday night's basketball games.
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