Texas (4-0) and OSU (2-2) meet in Austin on Tuesday at 7 pm. OSU is 1-1 on the road and is coming off an 86-50 loss to BU at Stillwater. The Cowgirls were unable to stop Baylor’s bigs as Brown went off for 17 pts (4-6 FGs; 90- FTs), Cox had 13 (6-15 FGs, 1-1 3pter, 0-1 FTs), Mompremier scored 12 (5-8 FGs, 2-4 FTs) and Cave added 8 pts (3-7 FGs, 2-2 FTs). Davis had only 7 pts but only played 14 minutes. That’s 57 of the BU 86 from five posts. OSU does have some good size inside but 6-4 Jr. Kaylee Jensen is the starter and averaging a double double (20.5 ppg & 10.8 rpg). Mandy Coleman, 6-3 Jr., is Jensen’s partner in the frontcourt and is averaging 9.0 ppg and 6.5 ppg. All stats are Big 12 only. From the box score and play by play, looks like both Jensen (4-16 FGs) and Coleman (2-8 FGs) had trouble finishing shots inside against BU-lots of missed layups. Kelsey and Joyner should present different but similar problems for OSU. Plus, I don’t think they have anyone to really matchup with Joyner at the four. OSU plays eight players but relies primarily on their starters who play 28 to 35 mpg. Texas’ starters average 24 to 33 mpg. OSU has three primary posts, Jensen, Coleman and Jentry Holt, a 6-3 Soph. F who averages 9 mpg. LaTashia Jones, a 6-2 Soph, has played in 3 games, averaging 13 mpg. Horns will counter inside with Kelsey and Joyner. Khaléann (10 mpg) and Jordan (9 mpg) are also available. Hopefully, Audrey-Ann, averaging 15 mpg before her injury, will soon be available. OSU’s backcourt backups are two freshmen: Areanna Combs and Rodrea Echols. Both Diana Omozee, Sr. G, from Pflugerville and Alexes Bryant, Fr. F, from San Antonio, should have a good group of supporters Tuesday. This should be a tough battle inside as Kelsey and Jensen rank one-two in rebounding. Neither team is outstanding from the FT line as OSU is hitting 65.8% and Texas 61.3% The game will on the Longhorn Network at 7 pm Tuesday.