When will college basketball analysts take Texas seriously?

The Texas Longhorns are 15-2 with a resume that rivals the top teams in the country. You wouldn’t know it by the rankings.

The Longhorns ranked No. 10 in last week’s Top 25. Three-loss Gonzaga, who they beat by 19 points earlier this season, ranked ahead of Texas. The two-loss Tennessee Volunteers, who lost to the Colorado Buffaloes (11-8) ranked five spots ahead of Rodney Terry’s team.

After two impressive comeback victories this week, Texas is every bit as worthy of recognition as any other 2-loss team. The Horns erased an 18-point lead against No. 17 TCU before defeating Texas Tech on Saturday.

Losing head coach Chris Beard understandably led to questions about the team’s championship viability. That said, after winning eight of Terry’s first nine games, perhaps it’s time to take the Longhorns seriously.

Here’s a look at what Texas has accomplished this season.

19-point win over Gonzaga

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3-1 vs ranked opponents

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4-1 in conference play

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8-1 with Rodney Terry as head coach

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Back-to-back double digit comebacks

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Marcus Carr ties Texas' single game three-point record

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Story originally appeared on Longhorns Wire