Max Abmas, the Texas Longhorns guard, continues to make history with his high-level scoring, adding another legend to his list as he surpassed Hall of Fame guard Oscar Robertson's 2,973 points during a dominant 94-58 win over West Virginia. With 2,987 career points, Abmas is on track to join the elite club of 3,000-point scorers in NCAA D-I history, a feat accomplished by only 11 other players. Texas coach Rodney Terry praised Abmas's incredible college career but emphasized the pursuit of a Final Four. As Abmas maintains his double-digit scoring streak, he has the potential to move into the top five on the all-time scoring list as the Longhorns gear up to face No. 5 Houston.By the Numbers
- Max Abmas finished the game with 19 points, 6 rebounds, and a season-high 9 assists.
- Abmas has now scored 2,987 career points and is nearing the coveted 3,000-point mark.
- Abmas and the Longhorns (16-8, 5-6) are set to play No. 5 Houston (21-3, 8-3) on Saturday at 12 p.m. CT.
- Abmas's potential to move into the top five on the all-time scoring list adds an exciting dynamic to his final college season.
Max Abmas continues to etch his name in NCAA history books with his remarkable scoring abilities, aiming to join the exclusive club of 3,000-point scorers. As the Texas Longhorns gear up to face No. 5 Houston, Abmas's pursuit of NCAA greatness adds further anticipation to his college career's final stretch.
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