Will we win? Someone flip a coin. Heads we win. Tails we... Texas [16-9, 8-5] vs. Kansas State [12-12, 6-7] February 22, 2020 Where: Austin, Texas Arena: Frank Erwin Center [16,540] Time: 12:00 p.m. CT TV: Longhorn Network [Brett Dolan, Andrea Lloyd] Online: WatchESPN Radio: 105.3 FM [Roger Wallace, Kathy Harston] Live Stats All-Time Series: Texas leads 23-16 NOTES It's Exes Weekend as Texas Women's Basketball plays host to Kansas State on Saturday. Tip-off in the Frank Erwin Center is slated for 12 p.m. CT and the game will be nationally televised by Longhorn Network. The Longhorns are looking to sweep the season series with the Wildcats. The Series: Texas and Kansas State meet for the 40th time in the history of the two programs. The Longhorns lead the all-time series between the two teams, 23-16. The Longhorns have won eight of the last 10 meetings between the two teams. Texas holds a 13-4 advantage in the series when the game is played in Austin. Among The Best: Three Texas players have been listed among the top-10 players in the nation at their respective positions. Senior point guard Sug Sutton is on the top-10 list for the Nancy Lieberman Award, senior forward Joyner Holmes is on the top-10 list for the Katrina McClain Award and sophomore Charli Collier is on the top-10 list for the Lisa Leslie Award. 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 136 of their last 164 games overall, including 18 of 25 games this season. The Longhorns hold a +8.4 rebounding margin, which ranks 17th nationally. Texas has reached 50 or more rebounds in six games this year. Sophomore Success: Sophomore center Charli Collier is one of six players in the Big 12 Conference to average a double-double with a team-high 13.1 points per game and a squad-best 10.4 rebounds per game. She has 13 double-doubles and ranks 19th nationally in rebounds per game. Collier, her team's starting center, leads her team averaging 30.0 minutes per game. Taylor-Made: Freshman guard Celeste Taylor is a two-time Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Week selection and has made a big impact on her team this season. Taylor leads the team in three-pointers made  and is second in steals . She averages 8.8 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game. Taylor has scored in double figures in 12 games this season.