Texas Basketball: 2 studs, 1 dud from dominant win over WVU

Texas basketball couldn't be stopped on offense en route to a dominant 94-58 win over West Virginia in the final Big 12 regular season matchup between these teams at the Moody Center on Feb. 10.

Dylan Disu, Texas basketball
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Dud: Kadin Shedrick, C

Redshirt junior big man Kadin Shedrick took a backseat in this game while Disu stayed hot on the offensive end of the floor. Due to a combination of Disu's brilliance and early foul trouble, Shedrick played 10 minutes or fewer for the second straight game off the bench.

Shedrick did register four personal fouls after a little over five minutes on the floor against West Virginia.

But when Shedrick was on the floor, his impact on this game was very limited. He didn't register a single point while shooting 0-of-2 from the field. The biggest contribution Shedrick made on the offensive end was one offensive rebound.

On the defensive end, Shedrick did register one block. But he didn't have any defensive rebounds, as foul trouble loomed large for him on that end of the floor.

For most of Big 12 play, Shedrick's role with for this frontcourt has remained minute at times. When Disu is on fire on the offensive end, Shedrick's minutes are usually limited, and rightly so. Disu is playing like the best scoring big man in the Big 12 when he's hot on the offensive end.

In four of the last six contests, Shedrick has scored two points or fewer while averaging single-digit minutes played off the bench.