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Bols: Texas’ Marcus Carr has had big success in the Big 12 and beyond

  • Marcus Carr of Texas plays at a high level and should be considered a strong candidate for the Big 12 Player of the Year.
  • Baylor beat the defending champion Kansas on Monday night with a strong offense and strong rebounding team.
  • The Longhorn women should have Rory Harmon in full swing, but her terrible fall on Sunday could cut her minutes against the Sooners. May be.

So far I understand you, here are nine things and one crazy prediction:

1. Carr has a different gear. Marcus Carr is a man on a mission. And it shows. The Graduate Guardsman is undeniably the heart and soul of the Texas men’s basketball team, as he is its leading scorer, leading scorer, leading spokesman, leading man. He was so front and center on this defensively-driven team that he should be seriously considered as a candidate for the Big 12 Player of the Year award, often known as Team Kansas Player of the Year. When asked this week if he thinks his game is at the same level, Carr said: “It wasn’t in any of my conversations. If it comes, it will come.” It will face seven other players who also made Oscar Robertson’s Top 50 Trophy Top 50 list last week, including Kansas’ Jalen Wilson, Kansas State’s Keyonte Johnson and Markkis Nowell, and TCU’s Mike Miles Jr. I bet Wilson will win, but Carr is right there. … Carr was selected by the All-Big 12 third team last season, and he should now be a reliable player on the first team. His game has certainly come a long way. He leads the Longhorns in scoring (17.4 ppg), assists (80), steals (32) and minutes (31.9 mpg). He is in the top five in seven offensive categories and has increased his average by six points and his three-point percentage from .338 to .404. … The Kansas player has won the Big 12 Player of the Year award 11 times since the league’s formation in 1996-1997. PJ Tucker and Kevin Durant are the only two Longhorns to win the award in 2006 and 2007.

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2. Bears on a roll. I don’t see Baylor basketball much, but I was very impressed when the Bears beat the Kansas 75-69 on Monday night in a terrific game. The Bears appear to have been successful with a great offensive rebounding team (17 boards) leading to a 16-4 lead on second chance points. Baylor has Langston Love coming in a year after knee surgery and he has plenty of goal scoring opportunities while the Jayhawks look as limited as I can remember. Have you noticed that Kansas only has two points in the game? Anything but Bill Self’s vintage team, which can only mean Kansas will repeat and defend their title.

Texas point guard Rory Harmon appears to have escaped serious injury after a bad fall during Sunday's victory over Baylor.  Head coach Vic Schaefer said Harmon will play Wednesday night at home against Big 12 leader Oklahoma.

3. Texas-OU. The Big 12 men’s hoops can’t miss the Longhorns and Sooners as they head to the SEC. But there will be women, as only women from Oklahoma (14th) and Iowa (18th) are ranked. Texas would have been 27th if the Top 25 had been expanded, but this week is the first time since December 4, 2000 that no team from the state of Texas has been ranked. “This is what it is. It’s all statistics,” said UT coach Vic Schaefer, whose team is trying to beat OU on Wednesday night to secure the league’s top spot. But if Texas (16-2) wants to host the first round of the NCAA, it needs to improve quickly. … Something has to give in because OU is the highest scoring team in the Big 12, averaging 87.3 points in eight games in the 90s and one with 105 points. Longhorn D allows you to score only 57.6 points per game. … Rory Harmon is looking good after her horrific fall into Waco left everyone breathless. Schaefer said that she is training and will play against OU, but I guess not all 40 minutes as usual. Probably only 39.

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