By Blanche Schaefer
AUSTIN, Texas — No. 6 Texas walked away with another win Wednesday, but it didn’t come easily. The Longhorns defeated No. 20 Oklahoma State, 70-55, at the Frank Erwin Center to improve to 22-1 overall and 11-1 against the Big 12. Texas got off to a slow start for the second consecutive game and struggled to find a rhythm in the first quarter.
“We were a little bit frozen to start the game,” head coach Karen Aston said. “I don’t know if we were nervous because we knew this was going to be a very challenging game, or whether we needed our motors to start going like I had been talking about, but once they got jolted into reality that this was going to be one of those 'every possession' games I think they got into it.”