Big 12 Basketball Tournament 2011 Bracket Update: Texas Pummels Oklahoma Again

The Texas Longhorns have completed a three-game sweep of their Red River rivals, beating Oklahoma 74-54. Jordan Hamilton was exceptional, contributing 22 points and 10 rebounds in the winning effort. Tristan Thompson also kicked in a double-double, and J'Covan Brown scored in double digits for the Horns.

For their troubles, Texas will get the winner of Thursday night's game between Texas A&M and Missouri. The Longhorns are 3-0 against this duo, having rocked A&M both in Austin and College Station and jolted Mizzou at home. So, you know, whatever.

Is the Big 12 Tournament setting up as a collision course between Texas and Kansas? Though the Jayhawks barely escaped Oklahoma State today, conference higher-ups would certainly be pleased with that matchup.

For more on this game, Texas fans should celebrate at Burnt Orange Nation and SB Nation Dallas. Oklahoma fans should regroup at Crimson And Cream Machine.

Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 10

No. 1 Kansas Jayhawks def. OSU, 63-62

Colorado def. No. 4 Kansas St. Wildcats, 87-75

No. 2 Texas Longhorns def. Oklahoma, 7, ESPN3

No. 3 Texas A&M Aggies vs. Mizzou, 9:30, ESPN2

Semifinals: Friday, March 11

Kansas vs. Colorado, 7, ESPN3

Texas vs. Texas A&M/Mizzou winner, 9:30, ESPN3

Championship game: Saturday, March 12

Semifinals winners, 6, ESPN

For more on the 2011 Big East tournament, stay tuned to this StoryStream and join Big 12 Hoops and SB Nation Kansas CityBrowse our 298 team blogs for a community devoted to your school, and visit our NCAA basketball hub for more on other conference tournaments.

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