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NCAA Game Summary - Texas-Pan American at Texas
(Tuesday, December 15th)
Final Score: (2) Texas 104, Texas-Pan American 42
Austin, TX (Sports Network) - Avery Bradley had 18 points to pace second- ranked Texas to a 104-42 rout of Texas-Pan American at the Erwin Center.
Jordan Hamilton added 15 points and seven rebounds, while Dexter Pittman had 14 and seven for the Longhorns (9-0), who will put their undefeated record on the line Saturday in Arlington against 10th-ranked North Carolina.
"It is a great opportunity for us to go out and play a great team like North Carolina," said Pittman. "We are going to go out there and get a sense of where we are at. We are going to approach it like a national championship game. That is how we are going to treat it."
Gary Johnson scored 12, while Justin Mason added 10 points for Texas.
Luis Valera had 10 points and was the only player to reach double figures for the Broncs (1-10), who have lost five in a row. Matt Mierzycki ended with eight points and six rebounds in the setback.
"We want to show our team the parts of the game that they were effective and say that if we can do this against a team of Texas' caliber, we should be able to replicate this against anyone on our schedule," said Texas-Pan American coach Ryan Marks.
With the game tied a 4-4 early in the first half, Texas took control with a 13-0 run that included a pair of three-pointers from Hamilton. The Longhorns turned it into a blowout shortly thereafter, as a 14-0 run expanded their advantage to 33-11 with 4 1/2 minutes left in the half.
Texas took a 45-19 lead into the break and cruised in the second half.
Texas shot 53.3 percent, though made only 16-of-29 free throws. The Longhorns also held a 64-31 rebounding edge...The Broncs shot 23.8 percent.
12/16 00:48:13 ET
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