Compare the Longhorns’ play this month to that of last month and it will seem as if something doesn’t really add up. But don’t be fooled by Texas, the current holder of a five-game conference winning streak. It did start Big 12 play at 0-4.
After two tough matches against in-state rivals Texas A&M and Rice, Texas Men's Tennis heads to Tallahassee to take on Florida State. Texas will be looking to maintain its undefeated start to this season against another quality opponent on the road.
At 9-0 in the Big 12, the Longhorns are off to their best start in league play since 1977, when they competed in the Southwest Conference. If they win Saturday against Baylor at home, they will be off to their best start since 1963.
A recent proposal from Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives to cut nondefense discretionary spending could adversely affect research institutions, including UT, said UT’s vice president for research, Juan Sanchez.