Ten years after taking the Longhorns to the NCAA Final Four, and five seasons since their last appearance in the Elite Eight, Rick Barnes will receive the rewards for past accomplishments although there are few signs he will replicate them.
If Barnes is still the Longhorns basketball coach on March 31 – and there is no reason to believe otherwise – he qualifies for a $1 million annuity that was included in a contract extension in 2007. Barnes, who was paid about $2.5 million this season, also received a $1 million annuity in 2010.
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Longhorns’ 2013-14 lineup
Texas basketball coach Rick Barnes could have some moving parts on his roster — players coming or going — but as of now, here is who figures to be on the team next season.
Jonathan Holmes, F, 6-7
Myck Kabongo, G, 6-1
Julien Lewis, G, 6-3
Sheldon McClellan, G, 6-4
Javan Felix, G, 5-10
Demarcus Holland, G, 6-2
Prince Ibeh, C, 6-10
Connor Lammert, F, 6-9
Ioannis Papapetrou, F, 6-8
Cam Ridley, C, 6-9
Demarcus Croaker, G, 6-3
Isaiah Taylor, G, 6-3