Texas stunner: No. 14 Abilene Christian ousts 'Horns 53-52
(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)INDIANAPOLIS – Abilene Christian and its frantic, havoc-causing defense sent Shaka Smart and Texas out of the NCAA Tournament in the first round yet again as the 14th-seeded Wildcats stunned the third-seeded Longhorns 53-52 on Saturday night. The Wildcats caused all kinds of headaches for the bigger, more talented Longhorns all night and got just enough offense to pull off their first NCAA Tournament victory in their second appearance. 11 seed UCLA in the second round on Monday. Andrew Jones scored 13 points for Texas (23-5) and was nearly the hero. Jones hit two free throws with 56 seconds left and his 3-pointer with 14 seconds remaining put the Longhorns in front 52-51.
After pledging transparency, BCSO fights to block release of body cam video in shooting of Damian Daniels
In the aftermath of Daniels' death at the hands of a Bexar County sheriff’s deputy, Salazar said he planned to release “at least some video” of the incident. Certainly, it’s a graphic video and I know that Mr. Daniels has a family out there. Attorney Lee Merritt, who is representing Daniels’ family, disputed that, saying that Daniels was paranoid and in need of help. Merritt, along with Daniels' family, met with District Attorney Joe Gonzales on Sept. 1 to seek answers on why he was killed. The Daniels family has called on the sheriff’s office to release body cam footage of the shooting.