Texas Basketball: 2 studs, 1 dud from win vs. Oklahoma State

Texas basketball reeled in its 19th win on the season after a double-digit win over Oklahoma State at the Moody Center this weekend.

Dylan Disu, Texas basketball
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Ithiel Horton, Texas basketball
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Dud: Ithiel Horton, Wing

Anytime it is a difficult decision to make to find the dud, it's always going to mean good things for the Longhorns in conference play.

There weren't any clear dud performances from the core part of the rotation for the Longhorns, which made it difficult to pick senior wing Ithiel Horton for this list following the win over Oklahoma State.

The reason why Horton was picked was that he had another off day shooting from the field and from beyond the arc. He also didn't make the most of his opportunity to get more playing time off the bench in a key Big 12 game at home down the stretch.

Horton shot just 2-of-7 from the field and missed on all three attempts from beyond the arc. He finished up with four points, five rebounds, no assists, no turnovers, and one steal.

The five-rebound (including one offensive board) performance was the highlight of the afternoon for Horton. He did play a factor in Texas decisively winning the battle on the boards over a lengthy and athletic Oklahoma State squad.

At some point, Horton will be needed to show some of that off-ball scoring prowess he displayed early this season and in past stops at UCF and Pitt. Since scoring in double figures in six of the season's first seven games, Horton has only scored in double figures once in the last dozen outings.