Texas is undefeated going into the South Point Shootout at Las Vegas this Thanksgiving weekend. And averaging a whopping 105 points and 8.3 treys per game. Horns are ranked #2 in the AP and #4 in the coaches polls. Neither LSU (2-2) nor Washington (1-2) are ranked. Series records versus the two teams that the Horns will face in the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout: LSU and Washington. Versus the LSU Tigers, the series is tied at 4-4. After starting off with a loss to LSU in March of 1977, Texas won the next two games on March 1980 and January of 1988. The next three games went 2-1 to LSU with the Tigers winning two at home and Texas winning the middle game in Austin. Those games occurred in December 1988, November 2001 and December 2002. The two teams next met twice in the NCAAs, with Texas winning on April 01, 2003 and LSU carrying the day on March 27m 2004. The series has been dormant since. Versus Washington, Texas has a losing record of 2-3. The teams have not lost on their home courts nor have they met on a neutral court. The teams first met in Seattle on December 1988. The other games happened in November 1989 (Austin), January 1992 (Seattle), December 1996 (Austin) and December 1997 (Seattle). TEXAS LONGHORNS The Horns are led in scoring by four players: Ariel (15.0 ppg), Brooke (13.7 ppg), LaShann (11.7 ppg) and Jada (11.0 ppg). Outstanding from BTA are Ariel (5-5), Brooke (6-12), Alecia (4-5) and Jada (3-6). Destiny’s 14 attempts lead the team. Horns got a nice balance of three point shooters in the starting lineup and coming off the bench. As a team, Texas is hitting 36.8% of their 3pters. Texas is making only 66.7% of their FTs. Five players are making over 70% of their FTs. Brooke is a perfect 3-3. LaShann is tied with Jada for the most FTs attempted with 11 each. LaShann has connected on 10 of her FTs (90.9%). Jada has hit 8-11 (72.7%). Ariel has made 4-5 for 80.0%. Audrey-Ann is at 5-7 from the FT line for 71.4%). Horns have an impressive plus 23 rpg edge over their opponents. It’s a team effort. No one is grabbing more than Rellah’s 5.7 rpg. Ariel and Jatarie each adds 5.0 rpg. Four others average between 4.0 and 4.7 rpg. Brooke and Ariel lead the way in assists 16 and 11, respectively. Rellah has four blocks, Khaléann three and Ariel two. Seven others have one block apiece. Ariel is the only Horn with double digit steals with 11. Brooke has five; Jada four and Khaléann three steals. Texas has had the same starting five in all three games so far: Ariel, Brooke, LaShann, Jatarie and Audrey-Ann. Like last season, Brooke leads the way in mpg. Unlike last season’s 33.8 mpg, she is only averaging 21.0 mpg. Ariel is next with 19.0 mpg. All thirteen players have seen action in all three games so far with 12.7 mpg being least time seen by a player. Just as an FYI, Rellah leads the team in rpg and blocks averaging only 12.7 mpg.