By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — Anyone who has watched the University of Texas men’s basketball team play over the past three years knows that sophomore point guard Isaiah Taylor is never shy about taking the ball to the rim. It is a practice that has worked out pretty well for him, and therefore for the Longhorns, but there also has been a flip side, like the time he broke his hand at the start of last season, and others when his teammates just stand around and watch him work.
Taylor drove the ball to the hole time and time again Tuesday against No. 17 Iowa State and got knocked down time and time again, fearlessly daring Iowa State to stop him. But the Cyclones weren’t up [article-offer]