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OKLAHOMA (9 - 4) at TEXAS (11 - 2)
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Tuesday, 1/26/2021 7:00 PM
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OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-4+0.48-44-977.536.244.9%37.166.931.541.7%35.3
Road Games1-3-1.61-22-269.734.043.4%
Last 5 Games3-2+14-10-570.630.642.5%34.660.629.442.6%36.8
Conference Games5-3+26-12-672.132.743.3%
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.536.228-6244.9%8-2434.6%14-1877.1%37916148104
vs opponents surrendering70.833.726-5943.5%7-2233.0%12-1770.8%35913177143
Team Stats (Road Games)69.734.025-5943.4%5-2026.8%13-1682.8%30814147103
Stats Against (All Games)66.931.525-5941.7%9-2336.8%9-1370.5%35811165143
vs opponents averaging7435.627-6044.9%8-2235.7%13-1870.0%361014167144
Stats Against (Road Games)79.040.729-5849.6%11-2643.3%10-1473.2%35917166125

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-2+5.86-78-576.238.245.4%
Home Games6-2-0.12-65-377.738.745.7%41.066.428.739.5%34.5
Last 5 Games4-1+2.62-34-178.640.447.2%40.269.431.639.7%35.6
Conference Games5-1+3.62-45-178.338.545.6%40.870.232.041.0%36.0
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.238.227-5945.4%9-2535.2%14-2069.9%401012216134
vs opponents surrendering68.332.624-5742.8%7-2232.5%13-1869.3%34812186153
Team Stats (Home Games)77.738.727-5945.7%9-2536.3%15-2268.0%411012196135
Stats Against (All Games)65.229.623-5838.9%5-1828.7%15-2267.2%3598185123
vs opponents averaging73.634.526-5944.8%7-2134.5%13-2068.5%371014187133
Stats Against (Home Games)66.428.724-6039.5%6-1831.9%13-2067.3%3498195123
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 81.5,  TEXAS 83.7
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/9/2020@ XAVIER77-99L-3.5L148O29-6048.3%281136-6357.1%3311
12/12/2020FLORIDA A&M85-54W-26.5W149U30-6546.2%42720-6331.7%4015
12/16/2020ORAL ROBERTS79-65W-16L160.5U27-6442.2%481422-6732.8%3711
12/19/2020HOUSTN BAPTIST84-65W-33.5L165U34-6949.3%401024-5742.1%2917
12/22/2020TEXAS TECH67-69L4.5W140.5U22-5440.7%361628-5749.1%2913
1/2/2021W VIRGINIA75-71W-1.5W144O27-6442.2%411324-6040.0%3614
1/6/2021@ BAYLOR61-76L14.5L146.5U22-6136.1%301028-5848.3%4113
1/9/2021@ KANSAS59-63L7W144.5U23-6038.3%32923-4748.9%3516
1/19/2021KANSAS ST76-50W-14W136U29-6346.0%33722-6136.1%4720
1/26/2021@ TEXAS              
2/1/2021@ TEXAS TECH              
2/6/2021IOWA ST              
2/13/2021@ W VIRGINIA              

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/9/2020TEXAS ST74-53W-17.5W133U25-5743.9%391422-6136.1%3316
12/16/2020SAM HOUSTON ST79-63W-28L143.5U24-5642.9%411819-5435.2%3417
12/20/2020OKLAHOMA ST77-74W-6.5L141.5O24-6338.1%441228-5947.5%3813
1/2/2021@ KANSAS84-59W4.5W138O30-6149.2%461620-6530.8%3712
1/5/2021IOWA ST78-72W-12.5L140O30-6744.8%43828-6245.2%318
1/9/2021@ W VIRGINIA72-70W1.5W142.5U27-5846.6%381324-6238.7%4014
1/13/2021TEXAS TECH77-79L-1L132O23-5442.6%401525-6041.7%367
1/16/2021KANSAS ST82-67W-17L132O31-5952.5%341025-5843.1%3414
1/30/2021@ KENTUCKY              
2/6/2021@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/9/2021@ KANSAS ST              
2/16/2021@ OKLAHOMA              
No. 5 Texas ready for red-hot No. 24 Oklahoma

A pair of the nation's most surprising teams and biggest rivals will square off when No. 5 Texas returns to the court for the first time in 10 days to host rising No. 24 Oklahoma on Tuesday in Big 12 Conference action in Austin, Texas.

The Longhorns (11-2, 5-1 Big 12) have not played since Jan. 16, when their shorthanded squad -- down to eight scholarship players because of COVID-19 -- overwhelmed Kansas State 82-67 at home. Starter Greg Brown and key reserves Brock Cunningham and Kai Jones were held out of the game and quarantined.

Texas' ensuing two games, at Iowa State and at TCU, were postponed because of COVID-19 and player availability protocols among the Cyclones and Horned Frogs, respectively.

The Longhorns' combination of regulars and reserves were more than up to the task against the Wildcats, with Andrew Jones leading the way with 19 points. Kamaka Hepa added a career-high-tying 15 points on a career-best 5-for-8 shooting from beyond the arc, while Jericho Sims and Courtney Ramey scored 14 points apiece.

"We knew with those three guys out, we were going to need major contributions from some guys that hadn't played as much," said Texas coach Shaka Smart, who announced Monday he tested positive for COVID-19.

Hepa had seen action in just three of Texas' first 12 games and played a combined total of 8:15. He was on the court for 25:42 against the Wildcats.

The three Texas players who missed the Kansas State game are likely to return against Oklahoma, but Hepa has done more than enough to ensure himself some added playing time on one of the nation's deepest teams.

"(Hepa) is going to be highly successful in life," Smart said. "When he gets done playing basketball, I've told him he's probably going to be our boss someday in whatever it is that he wants to do. He gives off an incredible energy and has this spirit about him that is infectious and very, very positive. He's the most engaged and excited guy there is. And he can play."

Oklahoma heads to Austin with plenty of momentum via a 75-68 home win over then-No. 9 Kansas on Saturday. The Sooners (9-4, 5-3) have won their past three games overall but have lost their last three road games -- at then-No. 6 Kansas, at No. 2 Baylor and at Xavier.

De'Vion Harmon led Oklahoma with 22 points in Saturday's victory, with Austin Reaves scoring 16 and Umoja Gibson adding 10 points. The Sooners enjoyed a plus-10 rebounding advantage in the win and has shown improved defense during their recent winning streak.

"Our guys have really made a lot of progress rebounding the basketball and being aggressive on the boards -- there's no question that's a big difference in our team right now," Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger said. "That and the ability defensively to get up into the ball a little bit more and get into the 3-point shooters."

"The guys continue to make progress," Kruger added. "They're really a team that focuses well in practice on getting better individually, as well as a group. And in the Big 12, you have to keep doing that."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 2/25/2021 12:25:02 PM EST

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