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  1. As things play out as they will with the Longhorns' top coaching target, there are rumblings at the state house in the Lone Star State. Athletics is manifested on the field, but the ripple effect transcends sports and indubitably makes its way into politics - which is equally important and just as polarizing, depending on which way you lean. Should the Longhorns land their big fish, there will be a collective burnt-orange sigh of relief followed by the popping of champagne corks. State-elected leaders heading to Austin in January for the Legislative Session may have a different reaction.
  2. As a staff, we've stayed away from posting updates and information relative to Tom Herman's future and the "what ifs," should Texas pursue another skipper to lead the program. Primarily because there is a plethora of information out there and fans absorb that information and decide on their own what to believe/not believe. Information is a game of ups and downs and decisions that were made one day can pivot the next week, day, or even hour. Therefore information can be accurate one day and inaccurate the next. All of our friends at the other Texas site are doing a fantastic job of reporting
  3. The #21 Texas Longhorns (5-2, 4-2) will host the league-leading #15 Iowa State Cyclones (6-2, 6-1) at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium after a three week break from play. The matchup has significant implications in each team’s quest to appear in the Big 12 Championship game, with both programs controlling their own destiny. Tom Herman is 2-1 against the Cyclones as head coach at Texas, and the Longhorns are 8-1 against Iowa State at DKR. Texas needs a win on Black Friday to remain in contention for a Big 12 title, but can they beat an Iowa State team that appears to be playing
  4. The #22 Texas Longhorns (4-2, 3-2) will face the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-2, 3-2) on Saturday at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium. Both teams are coming off of wins over ranked opponents, and both teams need a win to remain in contention for a slot in the Big 12 Championship game. Can the Texas win their third straight and second consecutive game over West Virginia? Or will the Mountaineers win their third straight in Austin and extend their lead in the head-to-head series? The HornSports Staff weighs in with their thoughts and predictions on Saturday’s game. Devon Mes
  5. Personal attacks aren't allowed on this board, folks. You all know that. Please tone it down and have a conversation - and disagree with each other respectfully.
  6. The West Virginia Mountaineers have given the Texas Longhorns fits since joining the Big 12 eight years ago and have won the last two in Austin. The Mountaineers are coming off a 37-10 win over #16 Kansas State at home, but have yet to win a road game this season. HornSports caught up with Ashley O’Brien from Blue Gold Sports and asked her five questions about the upcoming matchup at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday. HornSports: On the surface, it appears West Virginia has had an up and down start to the season. The win against Kansas State was certainly impressive, b
  7. The Texas Longhorns (3-2, 2-2) travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma this week to face the #6 Oklahoma State Cowboys (4-0, 3-0). The HornSports staff gives their predictions on the outcome of Saturday’s game, which has developed into a must-win for Tom Herman, his players and his staff. Devon Messinger Entering the game, there will be dozens of storylines whirling around. But, the Longhorns will have to tone out the noise and focus on the task at hand. The three-headed monster of Spencer Sanders, Chubba Hubbard, and Tylan Wallace will look to thrash the Longhorns in a revenge game. Unf
  8. The weather is getting cooler outside but Texas High School Football schedules are heating up. HornSports has you covered with this week’s 5A/6A schedule. *TEXAS COMMIT TEXAS TARGET ——————————————- QB Quinn Ewers (2022) Southlake Carroll vs. Keller High 10/30 at 7 PM Dragon Stadium QB Chris Parson (2023) Red Oak vs. Richland 10/30 at 7 PM Billy Goodloe Stadium *QB Charles Wright (2021) Austin High vs. San Marcos 10/30 at 7:30 PM House Park RB Jaydon Blue (2022) Klein Cain vs. Klein Forest 10/30 at 7 PM Klein Memorial Stadium *RB Jona
  9. The Texas Longhorns (2-2, 1-2) will meet the Baylor Bears (1-1, 1-1) for the 110th time on Saturday at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns have lost two straight and are in desperate need of a win to save their season and potentially Tom Herman's job. The Baylor program has been hit by Coronavirus this season, forcing the Bears to reschedule and cancel games, and at one point halting all football-related activities due to a significant amount of positive COVID-19 test results. First year head coach Dave Aranda's team has played just two games thus far, defeating Kan
  10. The Texas Longhorns (2-2, 1-2) are coming off a bye week after losing a 4OT thriller to rival Oklahoma two weekends ago in Dallas. The Baylor Bears (1-1, 1-1) will have had three weeks off due to positive COVID-19 tests among its athletes, before taking the field at DKR on Saturday. The Longhorns are nine point favorites against the Bears, but nobody in Austin is looking at point spreads – Tom Herman and the team would be satisfied with a win on Saturday regardless of the final score. Baylor handed Texas a 24-10 loss last season in Waco, clinching a spot in the Big 12 Championship Game. The
  11. Let's see what you guys have this week. Guess the final score or total points and we will send you a lid.
  12. Week three of the 5A-6A high school football schedule kicks off on Thursday and plenty of Texas commits and targets are in action. HornSports has you covered below with a comprehensive schedule of each which includes opponent, date, time and venue. *QB Charles Wright (2021) Austin High @ Austin Bowie 10/9 at 7:30 PM Burger Stadium *QB Quinn Ewers (2022) Southlake Carroll @ Rockwall High 10/8 at 7 PM Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium QB Chris Parson (2023) Red Oak @ Copperas Cove 10/9 at 7:30 PM Bulldawg Stadium RB Jaydon Blue (2022) NO GAME *RB Jo
  13. It’s no secret that the Texas Longhorns (2-1, 1-1) haven’t fared well against the TCU Horned Frogs (1-1, 1-1) in recent years. And Saturday’s contest made sense of the old saying “some things never change.” After a slow first quarter riddled with penalties, poor officiating and unproductive offenses, it looked like Texas might manage just enough in the remaining three quarters to stay perfect on the season and in Big 12 play. Keaontay Ingram’s fumble at the TCU one yard line with 2:32 remaining in the game erased those hopes, propelling Gary Patterson’s Horned Frogs to a 33-31 victory. TCU’s
  14. Since TCU joined the Big 12, the Texas Longhorns are just 2-6 against Gary Patterson’s Horned Frogs. In last season’s matchup at Amon G. Carter Stadium, TCU took advantage of Sam Ehlinger’s 4-interception game to send the Longhorns home with a 37-27 loss. It’s no secret that Gary Patterson’s teams typically rise to the occasion when playing the Longhorns, but can they pull off the upset over a Top-10 ranked Texas team on Saturday? The HornSports Staff give their predictions on the outcome of the game, which is slated for an 11:00 am kickoff at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadi
  15. The Texas Longhorns (0-0, 0-0) open Big 12 play with a 2:30 kickoff against the Texas Tech Red Raiders (0-0, 0-0) on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock. Texas brings a two-game winning streak against Texas Tech into the contest, including a 41-34 victory in Lubbock two years ago. The Longhorns dismantled the UTEP Miners in Austin in their opening game as Sam Ehlinger threw for 426 yards and five touchdowns in the 59-3 win. Texas Tech survived a scare from FCS Houston Baptist in their week one game, defeating the Huskies 35-33. Quarterback Alan Bowman threw for 430 yards and

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