Cameron Ridley's buzzer-beating layup lifted Texas to an 87-85 victory over Arizona State in the second round of the NCAA tournament Thursday night.
Alabama and Florida State remained in the top two spots in this week's BCS standings, while Baylor moved up to No. 4 and is nipping on the heels of No. 3 Ohio State.
The BCS standings are a lot clearer this week after Oregon fell from the ranks of the unbeaten.
Texas wide receiver Mike Davis is standing by the reasoning for his controversial cut block against Iowa State, but he apologized Monday for the incident.
"He just did things that were totally unexpected of him," Steve Worster said.
The Texas volleyball team was crowned national champions 10 short months ago, and the Longhorns are still struggling to put last season in the past and find a new identity.
What will the top of the college football standings look like at different points this season? Brian Fremeau runs his projections to find out.
Phil Steele gives his projected participants for every bowl game for the 2013 season, from the BCS bowls to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
Brian Fremeau runs his post-spring projections for the Big 12, giving his projected order of finish as well as win range windows and conference title chances for every team.
The practice-time clock is ticking away on Texas' efforts to install a new no-huddle offense. That puts pressure on many a Longhorn to learn and adapt.
Brian Fremeau ranks the top 10 college football teams from the past five seasons that did not play in the BCS title game, examining how each -- including the 2012 Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats -- would have fared in a four-team playoff.
Brian Fremeau ranks the 10 BCS title game participants of the last five seasons, explaining what it means for this season's matchup between Alabama and Notre Dame.
Texas coach Mack Brown receives vote of confidence from school president Bill Powers and AD DeLoss Dodds.
With a loss to TCU, Texas -- which had won four games in a row and had been contenders for a BCS bowl -- took a step back toward mediocrity in humiliating fashion.