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  1. 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
  2. Football is back, and the Longhorns will welcome UTEP on Saturday to kick off the 2020 season. The Miners began their season this past weekend, coming from behind to beat FCS Stephen F. Austin, 24-14. In 2019, the Miners limped through a 1-11 season, with the sole win a season-opening victory against Houston Baptist. Dana Dimel is beginning his 3rd season in El Paso and Texas was able to get a glimpse of what to expect on Saturday evening. Offense Dimel arrived at UTEP after spending 7 seasons on staff at Kansas State, where he served as the co-offensive coordinator. The Miners offen
  3. Following a dramatic win over Oklahoma in Norman on Tuesday evening, Texas appeared to be rolling into their regular-season finale with a ton of momentum. The momentum was brought to a screeching halt Saturday afternoon inside the Frank Erwin Center. Oklahoma State used an incredible shooting performance and Texas was not good on both ends of the floor, allowing the Cowboys to blow out the Longhorns, 81-59. Here are some thoughts and takeaways from a head-scratching game. Texas did not come to play and Oklahoma State took advantage by punching the Longhorns in the mouth early. The Cowb
  4. Texas is blown out by OSU, 81-59. Longhorns will return to action on Thursday at the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City.
  5. OSU continuing to have their way offensively, lead 63-39 with 11:40 remaining.
  6. Not a pretty scene at the Frank Erwin Center. OSU leads by 22 at the half.
  7. Every time Texas appears to crawling back into the game, OSU answers. Thomas Dziagwa is unconscious for the Cowboys. 36-21 OSU at the U4 timeout.
  8. Not the start Texas was looking for. Cowboys up 15-3 early. Longhorns turning the ball over and giving Oklahoma State easy looks.
  9. Jayhawks escape with a 66-62 victory. Longhorns will be the 3 seed in the Big 12 tournament with a win.
  10. Jayhawks and Red Raiders tied at 57 with 2 minutes remaining.
  11. Tip off is a little over 90 minutes away. The Longhorns are going for their 6th straight win. Texas Tech is currently playing Kansas. A loss by the Red Raiders and a Texas victory would give the Longhorns the #3 seed in the Big 12 tournament.
  12. Even the most optimistic Texas basketball fans were beginning to see the writing on the wall two weeks ago. The Longhorns had just been blown out on the road by Iowa State, falling to 4-8 in conference play. The injuries were piling up and the team appeared to be content with limping to the finish line. Shaka Smart’s seat was scorching hot and it didn’t appear much could be done to save his job. Fast forward two weeks, and what has transpired is almost unbelievable, especially considering how Shaka Smart’s tenure has gone up to this point. The Longhorns have ripped off 4-wins in a row, in
  13. A week ago, Texas sat at 4-8 in Big 12 conference play and appeared to be limping to the finish line with questions swirling about the future of their head coach. The injuries and poor performances were piling up, and making the NCAA tournament was a pipedream. Fast forward 7 days and the Longhorns have somehow found themselves back on the NCAA tournament bubble, ripping off 3 straight victories including a 67-57 upset win over West Virginia on Monday night. The win improves the Longhorns conference record to 7-8 and 17-11 overall but more importantly keeps their NCAA tournament chances alive.
  14. Coming off a win against TCU, Texas traveled to Manhattan to face the last place team in the Big 12, Kansas State. Needing a win to keep what slim hopes they have of a NCAA tournament bid alive, the Longhorns received a huge offensive performance from Courtney Ramey en route to a 70-59 win over the Wildcats. The Wildcats struggled mightily offensive, including a stretch in the first half when they went without a field goal for the final 7:40 of the f half. The Longhorns built a steady 42-23 lead heading into halftime and never looked back. Ramey lead all scorers with 26 points and a
  15. In a season filled with injuries and disappointing performances, the Longhorns may have experienced a small amount of hope for the future on Wednesday night. It was announced prior to tip that junior guard Matt Coleman would miss his first career game while recovering from a heel injury. Coleman joined Jase Febres, Jericho Sims and Gerald Liddell as Longhorns who are currently not playing. Playing short-handed and licking their wounds from a 4-game losing streak, the Longhorns needed a spark, and they received just that with a career game from freshman Will Baker. Baker poured in a career-high
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