Jan 05, 2013; Waco, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns guard Javan Felix (3) dribbles during the game against the Baylor Bears at the Ferrell Center. Baylor won 86-79. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas Basketball: Behind Enemy Lines with Texas

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Tomorrow, the Kansas Jayhawks and Texas Longhorns square off in Austin. Along with Hook-em Headline’s editor Chris Flanagan, we concocted a behind the enemy lines interview.

1. Will things turn around for the Longhorns before its too late this season?
If things do turn around, it will have to be this weekend. Kansas has been strong and Texas has done a good job of defending home court until the debacle against West Virginia. If we don’t win on Saturday, it would mean the only way we get to the NCAA tournament is by winning the Big 12 tournament.

2. What is the Longhorns biggest problem?
Youth. With all the talk of one and dones in college, it still takes a team with talent and experience to win in college basketball. Texas has raw talent but no experience. So they have no idea what they are doing on the floor.

3. Who should Kansas worry most about on the Longhorns roster?
Well Javan Felix is the playmaker on the team and he can drive and has a nice floater to get baskets. Really outside of that, not much.

 

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