Feb. 2, 2013
Box Score |
Texas 60, TCU 43
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013
Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center (11,641)
Updated Texas Records
2012-13: 10-11 (2-6 Big 12, 8-2 home)
Coach Rick Barnes: 554-282 26th season overall, 352-148 15th season at Texas
Barnes vs. TCU: 2-0
Texas All-time: 1,668-991 107th season
Series: Texas now leads the all-time series with TCU, 100-62. TCU becomes the fifth school that Texas has 100 or more wins against, joining Baylor (157), Texas A&M (137), Rice (135) and SMU (103). Texas holds a 60-19 advantage in games played against TCU in Austin, including 11 consecutive home victories. Saturday was the first time TCU and Texas met as Big 12 Conference members.
#500: Rick Barnes coached in his 500th game at Texas on Saturday. Barnes holds a 352-148 (.703) record in his 15th season in Austin - the most wins by any Texas coach.
Success at The Drum: Since Barnes arrived in Austin, UT has recorded a 206-28 (.881) mark at the Erwin Center, including a 96-20 (.831) record in Big 12 Conference home games.
Lone Star State excellence: Texas is 126-18 (.873) against in-state foes during the Rick Barnes era, including 2-0 mark against TCU.
Starters: Javan Felix, Julien Lewis, Sheldon McClellan, Ioannis Papapetrou and Cameron Ridley started on Saturday. Texas has a 2-1 record with this starting lineup. Felix is the only player to start all 21 games this season. Lewis has started in 18 consecutive games.
FG% shooting: Texas set a season high in FG shooting percentage (.523 - 23-44). UT’s previous season high was .500 (26-52) against Mississippi State on
Ioannis Papapetrou recorded 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting, including eight rebounds in 34 minutes ... eighth game with double-figure points ... in the last six games, Papapetrou is averaging 11.3 points on 50 percent shooting (23-46 FG) ... has a 3-pointer in six consecutive games, going 1-for-2 beyond the arc on Saturday.
Sheldon McClellan recorded a game-high 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting in 30 minutes ... 19th double-figure scoring game of the season and 39th of his career (55 games).