By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — Two dominant performances in two days against a middling opponent might not be an accurate indication of how good the Texas baseball team will be as the season progresses. But Longhorn coach Augie Garrido said the wins — capped by a 7-0 whitewashing Sunday afternoon of the UNLV Rebels at UFCU Disch-Falk Field — showed the kind of attitude that has been prevalent in the Texas camp during fall and preseason practices.
“These past two games have been the kind of play we hoped we would see, and that we expected entering the season,” Garrido said. “On opening night, the players were a little keyed up and excited, and felt the burden of the responsibility of playing for the University of Texas, but these last two games, we’ve seen the approach we need to be successful.”
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