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  1. 1. This isn't over. It's April. And the worst is yet to come for aggy. If you will recall, Fisher literally gave up on the 2017 class in order to get a head start on the 2018 class. At first, it worked and there was momentum on their side. Then it faded. And faded. And Texas grabbed the momentum – without doing anything really special. Fisher had to do something, so he had certain recruits do OVs so he could throw everything he had at them. It worked. The thing is, this is April. Things will change. And Fisher will have no ability to really answer in any extraordinary way. 2. Since this is April – and this same time last year no one knew a guy named Ojomo – we might want to take a deep breath and enjoy the events of this weekend, instead. 3. We're in a similar situation with Wilson. But a friend of mine in the athletic dept at LT says Wilson to Texas. Too many reasons why it will happen.
    3 points
  2. I think he's one of the sharpest talking heads out there and REALLY enjoyed this read courtesy of Alex Dunlap on OB. "You're not going to like this, and Big 12 coaches aren't going to like me. I'm just going to say what the -- I've had a lot of conversations around the league, and sometimes Big 12 football is really hard to watch, especially from a defensive perspective. On the one hand, I give them a ton of credit for being creative offensively. They throw the ball -- I mean, just to give you an example, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State is 38-38 at halftime. It's fun television. It's exciting football. But 38-38 at halftime? And then I give University of Texas some credit because Texas played against Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and USC, three of the top quarterbacks in the country, and Texas held those three quarterbacks and those offenses to their least output of the year. Texas plays a different scheme. Defense is single high, two high, a bunch of really sophisticated subpackages like an NFL team would. All three teams struggled. And here's Oklahoma State, who put up 38 in a half against Oklahoma, scored 10 in regulation against Texas because Texas played a different way than most Big 12 teams play and because Texas has athletes to execute the scheme. That's a long way of saying that a lot of us get tired of watching these wide receivers run down the field unimpeded against safeties that are playing quarter coverage and beat by five yards. It's hard to evaluate those guys. And in turn, when it's hard to evaluate them, then sometimes they get knocked down further than they should. It's just -- and, again, the last thing I want to say is that a college coach's job is to win football games. It's not to develop football players. It's to win football games. I'm not taking a shot at their style of football. I'm just saying it's a different evaluation for the NFL people."
    2 points
  3. 6PM news here in Austin, Game is on, rain chances reduced to 40%, no big rain accumulations. Beer has started to flow, BBQ is up next
    2 points
  4. My perfect world is every team in the Big 12 Not named the Longhorns is them losing every game they play in every sport every year. F ALL OF THEM
    2 points
  5. Here’s some big news: EJ Holland is reporting five star ATH Bru McCoy will be taking a visit to Texas soon. We will reach out for confirmation.
    2 points
  6. Peep it was 10-2 Texas
    1 point
  7. 10-2 Texas. Apologies, I was on a plane during the game, so no coverage. Jameson is covering this weekend's series. If you're ever looking for scores or recaps, you can go to the UT website, http://texassports.com/schedule.aspx?path=baseball From TexasSports.com No. 21 Baseball rolls to 10-2 win over Texas Southern in Sugar Land Andy McGuire homered and Michael McCann went 3-for-3 in the Texas win. Box Score SUGAR LAND, Texas—On Wednesday night in Sugar Land, No. 21 Texas Baseball (26-14) pounded out 11 hits en route to a 10-2 win over Texas Southern (16-22) at Constellation Field, home of the Sugar Land Skeeters. The Longhorns got the scoring started in the bottom of the first when Tate Shaw was hit with a pitch and came around to score on a throwing error. After the sides exchanged zeroes in the second and third, Texas plated a pair of runs in the fourth with a couple of two-out knocks. Ryan Reynolds stroked a two-out double before Duke Ellis, who finished 2-for-3 with a walk and three runs scored, tripled him home to make it 2-0 in favor of the Longhorns. Ellis then came around to score on a wild pitch to make it 3-0 after four complete. In the fifth, Texas continued to tack on. Masen Hibbeler and Kody Clemens opened the inning with back-to-back singles and with one out, David Hamilton lifted a sac fly to center to push the Texas lead to 4-0. With two outs in the inning, left fielder Andy McGuire blasted his second career home run over the left field wall to put Texas out in front, 6-0, after five. The Tigers plated two in the top of the sixth but a Shaw sacrifice fly got one back to make it 7-2. In the bottom of the seventh, David Hamilton, who stole his 22nd and 23rd bases of the season in the game, dropped a bunt single before a McGuire walk put runners on the corners. Hamilton then scored on a throwing error on a failed pickoff attempt to push it to 8-2. After an Ellis walk and the first career hit for George Pappas, a wild pitch stretched the lead to 9-2. With the bases loaded, Clemens drew a walk to force in a run to close out the scoring at 10-2. On the mound for Texas, Kamron Fields tossed two scoreless frames before Nico O'Donnell (3-2) added two of his own. After a scoreless inning each from Josh Sawyer and Matthew Whelan, McGuire finished things off on the mound with a hitless ninth. Michael McCann finished with a career-high-tying three hits on the night while Zach Zubia extended his reached base safely streak to 39 games with a walk. The triple was the first of Ellis' career. The Longhorns return to action on Friday night at 7 p.m. with the first of three games against visiting New Orleans.
    1 point
  8. Normally aggy only has one very good team on their schedule. This year they have two (Alabama and Clemson) and they think it’s the schedule made in hell.
    1 point
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  10. Seen on another site Safety Chris Adimore out of California is visiting this weekend. https://247sports.com/Player/Chris-Adimora-46040339
    1 point
  11. We have a good recruiter out there in Cali
    1 point
  12. It depends on what plays are called, but MOSTLY what defensive plays are called. Take careful notice of the defense - VERY careful notice. Tom knows how to impress recruits - off the field and on the field.
    1 point
  13. Shepherd will be stopping by aggy tomorrow before visiting the spring game. Jimbo will probably do everything he can to not let him make it to Austin.
    1 point
  14. I think it's April.
    1 point
  15. Nope. Pasture pool is okay, but drinking a few with the Tyler Rose is a bucket list thing.
    1 point
  16. I was thinking the same thing when I read Leals quote.
    1 point
  17. Don't hold your breath. I'm not even sure we're still talking to him.
    0 points
  18. Good player, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him end up in College Station as well.
    0 points

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