AUSTIN, Texas (Ticker) -- Texas concluded a four-game homestand with another laugher.
Brandon Mouton led five players in double figures with 20 points as the ninth-ranked Longhorns coasted to a 103-72 drubbing of overmatched Wofford.
Texas (4-0) has won its first four games by an average of 39 points, scoring 101.4 points per contest. But things will get tougher for the Longhorns, who face Arizona and Duke in two of their next three outings.
"Wofford defended us well tonight and they were aware of the shooters we had on the court," said Mouton, who also recorded seven steals. "I felt like their guards did a great job. We are a very competitive team and we need to focus on getting better."
Adrien Borders scored 20 points for Wofford (2-3), which was coming off a 102-42 rout of Toccoa Falls. The Terriers are 0-3 against Division I opponents, also losing to Tennessee and Clemson.
Texas shot 51.5 percent from the field (34-of-66) and converted 28 turnovers into 32 points. The Longhorns were 28-of-37 from the free-throw line.
"We missed some close shots and we need to fix that and find a way to make them," Texas coach Rick Barnes said. "We did do a great job of getting to the free-throw line."
Kenny Taylor scored 13 points off the bench for the Longhorns while Brad Buckman and Royal Ivey added 11 apiece. Sydmill Harris chipped in 10.
"They are explosive in transition, and Harris and Mouton did well in that area," Wofford coach Mike Young said. "They are big, physical and they just wear you down."
A layup by Eric Marshall put the Terriers up, 2-0, in the opening minute, but Wofford never led again. Mouton's dunk capped a 10-0 spurt that gave Texas a 41-20 lead with 4:17 left in the first half.
"I hope we never have to play against (Mouton) again," Young said. "I have the utmost respect for Mouton. He is what he is - a great player."
Borders' 3-pointer just before the buzzer pulled Wofford within 49-32 at intermission, but the Longhorns got the lead up to 63-39 on Mouton's jumper with 13:26 to play.
James Thomas scored seven points for the Longhorns to reach 1,000 points. His layup gave Texas its biggest lead, 91-68, with just under six minutes remaining.