Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Texas Longhorns | Full Game Highlights

Illinois fighting illini vs. Texas longhorns | full game highlights

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The No. 2 Texas Longhorns were upset by the No. 17 Illinois Fighting Illini, 83-76, in OT of the Jimmy V Classic. Matthew Mayer led the Illini with 21 PTS in their win.

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