The top-ranked Longhorns look to stay perfect as they host No. 24 Kansas on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Gregory Gym. If they beat Kansas, the Longhorns will continue a myriad of streaks.
They are 10-0 in Big 12 play this season and have won 13 straight contests and 45 straight home Big 12 games.
But in a conference that hasn’t challenged the Longhorns much, this game has the potential to.
Kansas (19-5, 9-2 Big 12) won its last three games and currently sits two games behind Texas in the Big 12 rankings. Still, the Longhorns aren’t too worried about Kansas, they just want to find one thing.
“We are looking for consistency,” head coach Jerritt Elliott said. “We will go with whose been doing well in the gym.”