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  1. Let's see what you guys have this week. Guess the final score or total points and we will send you a lid.
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. The #9 Texas Longhorns (1-0, 0-0) bring a two game winning streak against the Texas Tech Red Raiders (1-0, 0-0) as they travel to Lubbock for Saturday’s Big 12 opener for both teams. The Longhorns are the favorite by almost 18 points, but does Texas Tech have enough to pull of the upset win over Sam Ehlinger and Texas? The HornSports staff shares their thoughts and score prediction for tomorrow’s game at Jones Stadium in Lubbock. Jameson McCausland Texas matches up well in this game. The Longhorns appear to have a lot of depth at receiver and displayed an explosive passing attac
  7. Following a 59-3 win over UTEP to open the season, the Longhorns will now turn their attention to Big 12 play. The original 2020 schedule had Texas traveling to Manhattan to face off against Kansas State to open conference play, but the re-worked schedule now has the Longhorns traveling to Lubbock to face Texas Tech. The Red Raiders enter the game at 1-0 following a nail-biting win against FCS Houston Baptist, but Matt Wells’ team will provide a much stiffer test than what the Longhorns faced a few weeks ago. Let’s take a look at what to expect from the Red Raiders: Offense As is the
  8. Week one for Class 5A & 6A Texas High School Football Programs kicks off this weekend, after being delayed five weeks by the University Interscholastic League due to COVID-19 concerns. The Texas Longhorns see many commits in action in this weekend’s slate of games, as a host of key players Tom Herman would like to add to his already impressive recruiting classes. *Texas Commits Targets SCHEDULE *QB Charles Wright (2021) Austin High vs. Austin Crockett 9/24 at 7:00 PM House Park Stadium *QB Quinn Ewers (2022) Southlake Carroll vs. DeSoto 9/24 at 7:00 PM
  9. It’s been a roller coaster of a recruiting season for the Texas Longhorns. One of the brightest spots in recent history took place in mid-August as Texas secured a verbal commitment from the number one prospect in the class of 2022, quarterback Quinn Ewers. This led to the decommitment of 2021 four-star dual-threat quarterback Jalen Milroe, who flipped to Alabama. This move, despite already having signed quarterbacks Hudson Card and Ja’Quinden Jackson in the 2020 class, left a hole at quarterback for the 2021 class. Enter Charles Wright. The 6’1, 195-pound three-star quarterback was origina
  10. After a month of silence following the commitment of top 2022 prospect Quinn Ewers, the Texas Longhorns have landed another piece of the puzzle in Port Arthur Memorial four-star cornerback, Jaylon Guilbeau. Guilbeau becomes the first member of the 2022 class on the defensive side of the ball, joining the aforementioned Ewers, along with four-star wide receiver Phaizon Wilson. Guilbeau tweeted out a video of his top-five a few weeks ago on the 5th of September. That list included Alabama, LSU, Oregon, Penn State, and Texas A&M. However, Texas and cornerbacks coach, Jay Valai, made a st
  11. Last weekend, Longhorns baseball commit Ace Whitehead had a statement game on the gridiron. Entering the game, Lampasas was the state’s third ranked team at the 4A Division I level. The challenger? The fourth ranked 4A Division II team, the Wimberley Texans. Week Three: Previously, I traveled to Lampasas for week one of the Texas high school football season. Badgers quarterback Ace Whitehead had impressed me with his running ability as a signal caller, however he still had something to prove with his arm. In addition, I wanted to see how Whitehead would perform against one of the top teams
  12. Following months of uncertainty, Saturday night marked the return of Texas football for the 2020 season. The Longhorns welcomed UTEP to Austin looking to build on an offseason where Tom Herman retooled his coaching staff and looked to build on a resounding bowl victory to end the 2019 season. Texas fans did not have to wait long to see the new look Longhorn offense. Sam Ehlinger opened the game by hitting Josh Moore on a 78 yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, and the senior added 4 more touchdowns through the air in the first half to pace Texas in a 59-3 victory in the season open
  13. Last season, one of the main criticisms of Texas’s defense was that they could not pressure the opposing quarterback. However, former defensive coordinator Todd Orlando received the brunt of the blame and was ousted. This season, the Longhorns will have a new defensive coordinator in Chris Ash. In addition, Texas will be using Ash’s 4-3 defensive scheme this year. In 2020, Joseph Ossai will be unleashed on defense. Ossai is moving to the Jack position, where he will be rushing the passer much more frequently. In addition to Ossai, the Longhorns have a lot of talent up front. Today’s Longhorn
  14. Last season, one of the main criticisms of Texas’s defense was that they could not pressure the opposing quarterback. However, former defensive coordinator Todd Orlando received the brunt of the blame and was ousted. This season, the Longhorns will have a new defensive coordinator in Chris Ash. In addition, Texas will be using Ash’s 4-3 defensive scheme this year. In 2020, Joseph Ossai will be unleashed on defense. Ossai is moving to the Jack position, where he will be rushing the passer much more frequently. In addition to Ossai, the Longhorns have a lot of talent up front. Today’s Longhorn
  15. The Texas Longhorns (0-0, 0-0) kick off a 2020 season shortened by COVID-19 on Saturday night at Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium as they host Dana Dimel’s UTEP Miners (1-0, 0-0). The Longhorns have beaten the Miners in each previous meeting (5-0) by an average of 30 points, including a 41-7 victory in their most recent meeting in 2016. Texas returns a potent offense led by senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger, who has started in all 27 games for the Longhorns over the past two seasons. The Longhorns finished 2019 ranked 14th in total offense but had challenges on the defensive side

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