A tough shooting first half has the Texas Longhorns trailing the Oklahoma Sooners 33-28 in a game that would be critical to the Longhorns' NCAA Tournament hopes.
Texas struggled from the field in the first half making just 10-30 shots while going just 1-10 from three-point range. Sheldon McClellan was the only Texas player to have a semi-productive first half finishing with nine points on 3-5 shooting.
Clint Chapman added six points and five rebounds. If the Longhorns are going to get have a chance for a comeback win then they are going to have to get more from J'Covan Brown who was held to just four points on 2-8 shooting in the first half.
Cameron Clark led the Sooners in the first half with 11 points. Romvero Osby and Tyler Neal each added eight. Sam Grooms failed to score in the first half but handed out five assists for Oklahoma.