Weekly update 3/1/20: Texas 18-11 (8-8) 4th in Big XII Power Conference Wins: @ Texas Tech 18-11 (3rd in Big XII) West Virginia 19-10 (6th in Big XII) @ TCU 16-13 (6th in Big XII) TCU 16-13 (6th in Big XII) @ Oklahoma State 15-14 (8th in Big XII) @ Purdue 15-14 (11th in Big Ten) Texas A&M 14-14 (7th in SEC) California 13-16 (8th in Pac-12) Iowa State 12-17 (8th in Big XII) @ Kansas State 9-20 (10th in Big XII) Kansas State 9-20 (10th in Big XII) Minor Conference Wins: Prairie View A&M 17-11 (1st in SWAC) California Baptist 21-8 (2nd in WAC) Northern Colorado 20-9 (3rd in Big Sky) UAB 17-13 (8th in CUSA) McNeese State 14-15 (6th in Southland) Central Michigan 13-16 (9th in MAC) High Point 9-20 (10th in Big South) Power Conference Losses: Baylor 25-3 (1st in Big XII) @ Baylor 25-3 (1st in Big XII) Kansas 26-3 (1st in Big XII) @ Kansas 26-3 (1st in Big XII) LSU 20-9 (2nd in SEC) @ West Virginia 19-10 (6th in Big XII) Texas Tech 18-11 (3rd in Big XII) Oklahoma 18-11 (4th in Big XII) @ Providence 17-12 (4th in Big East) Georgetown 15-14 (8th in Big East) @ Iowa State 12-17 (8th in Big XII) (I consider the Big East a power conference in basketball) Minor Conference Losses: None We have beaten NCAA tournament teams! The streak is alike! The good news is we mostly have "quality" losses aside form Georgetown and Iowa State. The other good news is we finally (in the second to last week of the season) have some quality wins in Tech and West Virginia to cancel out those quality losses. I think the best word to describe this year's Texas team at the moment is "average" or "mediocre". As I discussed in the other thread, we still need to win the last 2 to probably make the NCAA tournament and at least 1 in the Big XII tournament to be comfortably in the field. Right now, before those games, I feel we are sitting as a #1 seed in the NIT.