EMPRESS DAVENPORTON THE NIGHT that Texas' women's basketball season ended with a two-point loss to Kansas State in the Big 12 tournament, point guard Celina Rodrigo logged 36 minutes, center Imani McGee-Stafford 32 and shooting guard Empress Davenport 32. =

Karen Aston expected McGee-Stafford, Davenport and Rodrigo to contribute as college freshmen, but the first-year Longhorns coach’s master plan gave no indications that they’d carry such a heavy load.

“It’s not that we ...

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