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Austin, TX - Cameron Ridley scored 14 points and eighth- ranked Texas used a dominating defensive performance to rout Texas State, 59-27, at the Erwin Center. Javan Felix added 10 points, and Connor Lammert pulled down 10 rebounds for the Longhorns (8-1), who bounced back from a 12-point loss to top-ranked Kentucky on Dec. 5. Demarcus Holland scored nine points for Texas, which has posted 26 straight wins against Texas State. Cameron Naylor scored eight to pace the Bobcats (5-2), who had just nine points in the opening half and faced a 15-point deficit after 20 minutes. Emani Gant had the Bobcats within 8-5 with 9:15 left in the first half, but the visitors were ice cold from the field. Texas State shot 4-of-25 in the first half, which was finished off by a 3-pointer from Felix. The Longhorns led comfortably throughout the second half in a matchup of two top-10 defenses in the country. The Bobcats came into the contest ranked 10th while the Longhorns were sixth after not allowing a team to crack the 60-point barrier in their first seven games before Kentucky scored 63 last Friday. Game Notes Texas won its 13th in a row at home going back to last season ... Texas leads the all-time series, 44-5. The last time the Bobcats defeated the Longhorns was a 33-31 decision in Austin on Dec. 7, 1937 ... The Longhorns shot 54.8 percent from the field, compared to 21.6 (11-of-51) for the Bobcats.
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