AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas freshman guard Sterling Gibbs says he
is transferring after a freshman season of battling to get playing time.
Gibbs says he's leaving because of family reasons but did not
elaborate in a statement released Tuesday by the school. The
statement doesn't say where Gibson will transfer, but says he will
finish the spring semester at Texas.
Gibbs played in 30 games for the Longhorns last season,
averaging nearly 8 minutes and 2.6 points.
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