December 22, 2019 Where: Austin, Texas Arena: Frank Erwin Center [16,540] Time: 12:00 p.m. CT TV: ESPN2 [Eric Frede, Andy Landers] WatchESPN Radio: 105.3 FM [Craig Way, Kathy Harston] Live Stats Tickets All-Time Series: Stanford leads 8-4 COMPLETE GAME NOTES (PDF) NOTES The rivalry between Texas and Stanford is renewed on Sunday when the Longhorns play host to the No. 1 Cardinal at the Frank Erwin Center. Tip-off is slated for 12 p.m. CT and the game will be nationally televised by ESPN2. Texas vs. No. 1: Texas is 5-26 all-time against teams ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll at the time of the game. The Longhorns' last win against an AP No. 1 team came on Nov. 25, 2004 when No. 4 Texas defeated No. 1 Tennessee, 74-59, in Austin. The Longhorns defeated Stanford 87-81 on Nov. 20, 2014 when the Cardinal was ranked No. 1 in the WBCA Coaches Poll. The Series: Texas and Stanford will meet for the 13th time in the history of the two programs with the Cardinal leading the all-time series 8-4. This will mark the eighth meeting between the two teams since the 2010-11 season. No. 6 Stanford defeated No. 14 Texas 77-66 in the NCAA Regional Semifinals on March 24, 2017 the last time the two teams faced one another. Winner's Circle: Texas and Stanford are two of the winningest programs in NCAA Division I women's basketball history, having combined for 2,195 all-time victories. The Cardinal are fifth in NCAA history with 1,101 wins, while the Longhorns are sixth with 1,094 victories. On The Boards: Success on the boards has been a staple of Texas teams for many years. In fact the Longhorns have tied or won the rebounding battle in 125 of their last 149 games overall, including seven of 10 games this season. The Longhorns hold a +10.0 rebounding margin, which ranks 29th nationally. Texas has reached 50 or more rebounds in three games this year. Double Trouble: Texas leads the nation with 16 double-doubles so far this season. Senior forward Joyner Holmes is tied for second nationally with eight double-doubles, while sophomore center Charli Collier has seven double-dips. Senior guard Lashann Higgs has one double-double. Next Up: Texas breaks for the winter holidays before returning to action on Sunday, Dec. 29, when it closes out non-conference play by facing Northwestern State with tip-off at 1 p.m. CT on LHN.