Texas center Imani McGee-Stafford —a five-time Big 12 freshman of the week —thought she had seen the last of Baylor All-American Brittney Griner on Saturday.
But the possibility of another clash between the conference’s tallest players exists — at the Big 12 tournament March 8-11 in Dallas.
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TCU at Texas, 8 p.m., LHN, 1300
About this game: Despite Fussell’s continued success at the free-throw line (81.5 percent), the Horns are ranked 275th (out of 343 Division I teams), hitting 64.7 percent of their shots. … McGee-Stafford is 19th in the nation with 2.44 blocked shots per game. … In their first meeting, Texas beat TCU 61-56 behind a combined 39 points and 29 rebounds from Enemkpali and McGee-Stafford. … Davenport celebrates her 19th birthday Tuesday. … Texas is 10-16, 3-12 in the Big 12. … Despite 21 points and nine rebounds by Ventress, TCU (8-18, 1-14) is coming off a 66-56 loss to West Virginia on Saturday. Lovings had seven blocks against West Virginia, her highest total since she had nine against Texas Tech in January. TCU is 0-32 all-time vs. Texas.