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Aaron Carrara

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  1. Not to speak for A&M but the aftermath of the flip lends itself to them thinking they didn't need 4 wideouts in this class. And yep, Demas is the golden nugget.
  2. Huge get by Texas at WR. Came out of left field.
  3. We're still working on it! We've tested a bunch of things and still have some more to go. Thanks for your patience! The forum should be ok now - please let us know if you experience any issues on the boards too.
  4. Working on it guys! Thanks for letting us know.
  5. The #12 Texas Longhorns travel to Houston on Saturday to face the Rice Owls at NRG Stadium in Houston. Texas looks to bounce back against the Owls after suffering a loss to the LSU Tigers at home last weekend. The Longhorns have had historical success against the Owls, and they look to continue their winning ways against the former Southwest Conference members on Saturday night. What: Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) vs. Rice Owls (0-2, 0-0 C-USA) When: Saturday, September 14, 2019 Time: 7:00 PM CST Venue: NRG Stadium Location: Houston, TX Television: CBS The Line: Texas -32 Last Meeting Between the Two Schools: Texas defeated Rice 42-28 (September 12, 2015 – Austin, TX) All-Time Series Record: Texas leads Rice 72-21-1 Relevant Articles from HornSports: Depth Chart: Texas vs. Rice What the Longhorns can learn from Wake Forests’ Week 2 Win over Rice Scouting Rice: Offense Scouting Rice: Defense Riding the Fences – Week 2 Staff Predictions: Rice Kenyatta Watson II Makes an Interesting Case to Start Against Rice Game Preview: #12 Texas vs. Rice Owls
  6. Nick has a good article on 2022 prospects and Texas here: An early look at 2022 possibilities for Texas
  7. Ingram just didn't have it last night -10 carries for 29 yards. Herman reiterated that Ingram was the guy and had confidence he would bounce back. From my perspective he just didn't have "it" last night. The dropped TD pass, the near fumble... sloppy play.
  8. The #6 LSU Tigers jumped out to a quick lead over the #9 Texas Longhorns in Saturday’s contest in Austin, but the Longhorns fought back and made things interesting. Texas clawed back within a touchdown after Devin Duvernay’s 15-yard touchdown reception to make the score 45-38 with :15 left in the game. The Longhorns subsequently failed to recover an onside kick that would have given the offense one last chance to tie the game. Despite the physicality of both teams, Texas managed to avoid injury for most of the game. However, in his post-game media availability, head coach Tom Herman said both of his nicklebacks suffered injuries late in the game. Sophmore starter B.J. Foster suffered a hamstring injury on the last defensive play of the game. Herman called the injury a “tweak,” which will be evaluated on Sunday. The injury was significant enough to where Herman said Foster “would not have been able to go back in” had they played more on defense. Foster’s backup, junior Josh Thompson, suffered a rib injury on the onside kick attempt and would be evaluated on Sunday as well. Foster had 7 solo tackles including two sacks on LSU quarterback Joe Burrow.
  9. Just before kickoff of the biggest game on the 40 Acres in half a decade, the Longhorns secured a commitment from Denton Ryan ATH Ja’Tavion Sanders. Sanders, a 4-star prospect is 6-4 and weighs 220 lbs. Sanders held offers from more than 20 schools, including Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Ohio State and Notre Dame.
  10. Pretty play there from Ehlinger to Eagles. Longhorns lead LSU 7-3, 10:29 left - 2Q
  11. LSU leads Texas 3-0, 8:04 left in the 1st Quarter. Scoring Drive: 11 plays, 71 yards, 4:58
  12. It's a scorcher down there. Not as much purple in the stands as I expected. 16:00 to go until kickoff.
  13. It's blazing out here at DKR. Student sections are packed - 1.5 hours to kickoff.
  14. Great to see everyone last night! Thanks for coming out and supporting us!
  15. With ESPN’s College GameDay on hand, the #9 Texas Longhorns host the #6 LSU Tigers in front of a sold-out crowd at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium. In the biggest matchup on the 40 Acres in more than a decade, the Longhorns look to improve their record to 2-0. something they haven’t accomplished since the 2016 season. A revamped LSU offense led by Ohio State transfer quarterback Joe Burrows looks to propel the Tigers to their first win over Texas since 1963. What: Texas Longhorns (1-0, 0-0 Big 12) vs. LSU Tigers (1-0, 0-0 SEC) When: Saturday, September 7, 2019 Time: 6:30 PM CST Venue: Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium Location: Austin, TX Television: ABC The Line: LSU -6.5 Last Meeting Between the Two Schools: Texas defeated LSU 35-20 in the SBC Cotton Bowl (January 1, 2003) All-Time Series Record: Texas leads LSU 9-7-1 Relevant Articles: Depth Chart – Texas Scouting the LSU Offense Scouting the LSU Defense Texas Commits/Targets Visiting for LSU Golden Nuggets for Longhorns from Film Study Riding the Fences – Week 1 Staff Predictions – LSU Game Preview: #9 Texas vs. #6 LSU
  16. I want to see all you guys tonight at The Black Sheep Lodge from 6-8. Doesn’t matter if you are a lurker of the site, a regular poster or an infrequent poster - you are invited and welcome. Look for me and introduce yourself please if we haven’t met before!
  17. Unfortunately every time I see Mike Murphy I buy hats that I don't need. Well, don't need isn't exactly the right way to put it. 😁
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