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GAME DAY: UTSA Roadrunners @ #21 Texas Longhorns

The #21 Texas Longhorns host the UTSA Roadrunners on Saturday at a sold out Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium.  The Roadrunners, led by head coach Jeff Traylor, bring a bold offense into the matchup led by dynamic redshirt senior quarterback Frank Harris.  Harris averages 348 passing yards per game but can also make plays with his feet.  
The Texas quarterback situation isn't as certain as that of UTSA.  The Longhorns will either start Hudson Card who suffered an ankle injury in the Alabama game, or redshirt freshman Charles Wright.  
The outcome of Saturday's contest is critical for both teams.  Texas looks to wrap-up its non-conference slate with a winning record before heading to Lubbock next week to face Texas Tech in its Big 12 opener.  Simply put, the Longhorns need to prove they can get over the hump after suffering an emotional low following the loss to Alabama.  For the Roadrunners, a loss means a losing record after three games.  UTSA lost only two games all of last season, and it would be very difficult to mirror last season's success.
The Roadrunners are 0-10 against Top-25 ranked opponents since the football program began in 2011.  The Longhorns hope to make that 0-11 after four quarters on Saturday.

What: Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) vs UTSA Roadrunners (1-1, 0-0 C-USA)
Venue: Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium
Location: Austin, Texas
When: Saturday, September 17th, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. (CST)
TV: LHN
All-Time Series: N/A
Last Meeting: N/A
Relevant Information:
Scouting Report: UTSA Roadrunners The Good, Bad & Ugly Following the Longhorns' Loss to Alabama Staff Predictions: Texas vs. UTSA Ewers, Jamison, Bijan, Card: Monday Injury Update "Better Never Rests:" Key Takeaways from Steve Sarkisian's Press Conference Discuss the Texas Longhorns vs. UTSA Roadrunners Game

Staff Predictions: Texas vs. UTSA

The Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) welcome the UTSA Roadrunners (1-1, 0-0 C-USA) to Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday in the first ever meeting between the two programs.  Texas is hoping to avoid a trap game following a disappointing loss to Alabama last week, while the Roadrunners are eyeing an upset in Austin behind star quarterback Frank Harris.
Last week DKR was an overstuffed stadium full of loud, raucous fans that could smell an upset over the top-ranked Crimson Tide.  The players fed off of the emotion and atmosphere, but can the Texas faithful replicate that against this week?  Jeff Traylor's team won twelve games last season and yields an overwhelming number of seniors on both sides of the ball.
It would be an understatement to say that this is a huge game for both programs.  Texas enters the game with injuries to key contributors and an unknown starter at quarterback, but they can't afford a loss.  The Roadrunners, simply put, are looking to shock the world and leave Austin with their biggest win in school history.
Who wins this one?  Our staff weighs in with their thoughts and score predictions.
Jameson McCausland (2-0)
This game is a prime letdown spot for Texas following their close call against Alabama. UTSA has a ton of experienced players, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Without Quinn Ewers, the downfield passing ability of the Texas offense will surely take a hit. The Longhorns are going to have to lean on their defense and running game heavily. They are in survival mode right now as they try to get by without several key players.
I think Texas does enough to win, but it would not surprise me at all if this game is extremely close in the 4th quarter.
Score Prediction: Texas 28, UTSA 17
TFloss32 (2-0)
Saturday night will be the first-ever match-up between these neighboring programs, both of which are coming off of exhausting games and are quite beat-up this early in the season. Texas’ task this week will be carrying a proper respect for the smaller – albeit solid and well-coached – program that would love to knock off the flagship school in their own house. They’ll need to have moved on quickly from the high praise they’ve received all week from the national media after being 10 seconds away from defeating Alabama. With the good guys potentially starting their third string QB in Charles Wright, I’d expect the offense to do everything they can to establish the ground game early in order to make things more comfortable on that side of the ball, while also mitigating the number of opportunities that Frank Harris and UTSA’s offense would have to keep things close. That unit should be a solid test for Kwiatkowski’s pass defense. A line of -12.5 is a bit too much for me based on the injury report, but I like the Longhorns to prevail in what could end up being a closer contest than anticipated. 
Score Prediction: Texas 30, UTSA 21
Aaron Carrara (2-0)
Texas lost a heartbreaker to Alabama last week and I know there has been a lot of talk about this being a potential letdown game for the Longhorns, but I just don't see UTSA coming into DKR and winning - regardless of who starts at quarterback.  There is growing optimism that Hudson Card will be healthy enough to start, but I would expect to see Charles Wright play at some point in the game should that happen.  Texas needs to give in-game snaps to their now second string quarterback (Wright) as an insurance policy.  UTSA has a great offense, but their defense lacks a lot.  Pete Kwiatkowski's defense continues to play solid football and will make things difficult for redshirt senior Frank Harris.  Steve Sarkisian's offense will run the ball a lot and the Longhorns will close out the last non-conference game of the season with a win.
Score Prediction: Texas 31, UTSA 20
Devon Messinger (2-0)
Following Texas's close loss to Alabama, a banged up Longhorns team will host UTSA at home on Saturday. Offensively for the Roadrunners, the team is led by redshirt senior quarterback Frank Harris who has been dynamite for a Jeff Traylor led squad.
However, of course, the attention will be on Texas's quarterbacks in this matchup as the status of second-string quarterback Hudson Card is uncertain. If Card is unavailable to lace them up on Saturday, expect to see Austin High alum Charles Wright under center. However, either way, don't be surprised if you see a Roschon Johnson heavy offense, similar to when he was taking wildcat snaps against K-State last season.
Score Prediction: Texas 30, UTSA 20
Ryan Swantkowski (1-0)
The Longhorns have their third straight home game of the season Saturday night against a tough UTSA team. The Roadrunners are coming off a hard fought overtime win against Army and the week before took the Houston Cougars to overtime as well, only to fall short by two points. UTSA Quarterback Frank Harris has elite playmaking ability both through the air and on the ground as he leads the team in both passing and rushing yards. The Texas QB situation, on the other hand, is still up in the air as Hudson Card is dealing with an ankle injury and there are questions around QB Charles Wright and the wildcat package with Roschon Johnson. I expect this game to be slow-paced and scrappy as both teams might be running out of gas, but I expect the new look Texas defense to take control of the game and let the offense run their simpler plays similar to ULM. 
Score Prediction: Texas 24, UTSA 16
Mitch Lovell (2-0)
The Texas defense looked downright nasty last week against Alabama and continues what looks like a well-improved season effort.  Hudson Card guts things out for the offense as UTSA hangs for much of the game but the Longhorns end up pulling away late.
Score Prediction: Texas 35, UTSA 17

Game Preview: #21 Longhorns welcome Traylor, UTSA Roadrunners to DKR

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The #21 Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) lost a heartbreaker to the #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide last weekend, and look to get back in the win column on Saturday as they host the University of Texas at San Antonio (1-1, 0-0 C-USA) on Saturday.  The Roadrunners lost their season opener to a ranked Houston Cougar team in OT but defeated Army last week in OT in West Point.  Roadrunner head coach Jeff Traylor is no stranger to the Texas program, serving as the special teams and tight ends coach under then-head coach Charlie Strong during the 2015-2016 seasons in Austin. These two programs have never met on the gridiron and Traylor will be looking to pull off a huge upset over an injury-riddled Longhorn team.
Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian fully understands that UTSA is a very capable, experienced team but believes his guys have more than enough motivation to play well. "The noise is different this week. The noise last week was we can't play with Alabama. This week the noise is Texas has arrived and they are going to overlook UTSA. So we have something different to prove."
Saturday’s kickoff comes at 7:00 PM with the game being shown exclusively on Longhorn Network.
What: Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) vs. UTSA Road Runners (1-1, 0-0 Conference USA)
When: Saturday, September 17, 2022
Time:  7:00 PM CST
Venue: Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium
Location: Austin, Texas
Television: Longhorn Network
The Line: Texas -12.5
Last Meeting Between the Two Teams: Texas and UTSA have never played before
The Coaches
UTSA Roadrunners
Head Coach:  Jeff Traylor
Head Coaching Experience: 3rd year as a head coach
Years as Head Coach at UTSA:  3
Career Record:  20-8
Career Record at UTSA:  20-8
Texas Longhorns
Head Coach:  Steve Sarkisian
Head Coaching Experience: 5th year as a head coach
Years as Head Coach at Texas:  2
Career Record:  52-43
Career Record at Texas:  6-8
The Quarterback Conundrum
Injuries - Who Starts for Texas?
The Texas offense looked to be finding its stride early on in the Alabama game behind starting quarterback Quinn Ewers.  Then Ewers left the game in the first quarter with a shoulder injury after being driven by the ground by linebacker Dallas Turner. Hudson Card replaced Ewers and played a solid three quarters, giving the Longhorns a chance to win with under two minutes remaining.  Card injured his right ankle and was noticeably limping during the game but continued to play injured.
Early reports were that Ewers could miss up to six weeks.  Steve Sarkisian gave an update on Monday about the status of his quarterbacks, saying that they were both day-to-day. On Wednesday, Sark furthered that statement by saying that both Ewers and Card "got healthier as the week went on."  In Monday's press conference when asked about the status of freshman quarterback Maalik Murphy, Sarkisian quickly responded with "he's not healthy." 
That leaves Austin High and local product Charles Wright as the third quarterback on the depth chart.  According to Sarkisian, Wright was "ready to go if needed" should Card not have been able to continue play against the Tide.
Who starts on Saturday against UTSA?  Quinn Ewers is likely to miss several games simply due to the nature of his injury.  If Hudson Card's ankle has improved enough to where he can play without risking further injury, he will start. Card is a necessary commodity on the Texas offense at this juncture and he needs to get healthy sooner rather than later since Ewers could be out a handful of games.  The staff will not jeopardize his recovery by starting him if he hasn't made tremendous improvement.  In that case we would see redshirt freshman Charles Wright under center in his first career start.
The Traylor Effect - A Texas Affair
Jeff Traylor is about as widely respected in the coaching circle and particularly in the Texas High School Football coaching circle than you can imagine.  He started his head coaching career at Gilmer High School in East Texas, where he stayed for 15 years and won three state championships and was named Texas High School Coach of the Year for Class 4A four times.  After his time with the Longhorns he went to SMU and Arkansas where he served as an assistant head coach before taking the job at UTSA.
Traylor's staff will sound familiar to Longhorn fans, as many of them spent time on The 40 Acres.  His co-offensive coordinator Matt Mattox spent the 2016 season as the offensive line coach under Charlie Strong.  Co-offensive coordinator Will Stein was the offensive coordinator at Lake Travis when Hudson Card played high school football, and previously served on the Texas staff from 2015-2017.
Roosevelt Maggit Jr., Justin Burke, Pavit Patel and Tim Yoder are additional UTSA staff that have a connection to the Texas program through former employment or playing days.
Prolific Roadrunner Offense vs. Improved Texas Defense
The Roadrunner offense ranks 32nd nationally in total offense.  Led by redshirt senior quarterback Frank Harris, UTSA averages a whopping 476.5 yards per game.  Harris was named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week for his performance against Army, and Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.  Harris is the glue to the Roadrunner offense, and can beat you with his arm and his legs. His offensive line has had some trouble in pass protection and look for Pete Kwiatkowski's revamped defense to apply the pressure on Harris frequently.  Linebacker DeMarvion Overshown leads the team with 13 tackles (11 solo) and Jaylan Ford made his presence known last week with 10 tackles (6 solo) against the Crimson Tide.  The Texas defense allows 316.5 yards of offense per game and held Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young to just two touchdowns last week. 
Status of other Injuries for UT
The injuries to Hudson Card and Quinn Ewers suffered in the Alabama game garnered the most attention, but defensive back D'Shawn Jamison (ankle) and running back Bijan Robinson (shoulder) both were dinged up in the loss.  Robinson met with media members on Monday and said his shoulder hurts a little but he should be good by the middle of the week.  Not much has surfaced on the severity of Jamison's injury other than he is day-to-day.  Expect Robinson to assume his normal carry load against the Roadrunners and Jamison to return to the lineup if the only if his ankle injury has made big strides.  
Summary
While these two teams have never played before expect Saturday night to be interesting.  Given the unknown in who starts under center for Texas, UTSA will throw everything but the kitchen sink at Sarkisian to try and pull off the upset win at DKR.  The Roadrunners have played 10 games against Top-25 ranked teams in their 11-year history and are 0-10 in those contests. A win would unquestionably be the biggest in school history for the Roadrunners, while a win for the Longhorns would demonstrate team resilience and discipline after a heartbreaking loss to Alabama.

Players to watch in college football for the 2022-23 season

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College football has long been the breeding ground for the best young talent, and plenty of us love to watch the leagues and see who we think will be the next big stars to graduate to the NFL. College football games are keenly followed across the US and many fans attend games in person, along with all the scouts looking for the best young talent and seeing how they want to use their draft picks.
Many like to be able to predict how football is going to pan out, and you may be the sort of person who enjoys checking out the free college football picks for seeing who to gamble on, or which teams are best, or which players are coming through the ranks. In this guide, we are going through the top picks and players to watch throughout the 2022-23 season.
Bryce Young, quarterback, Alabama
This guy won the Heisman Trophy last time out, so we simply had to include the young quarterback on the list. He was in incredible form in the SEC and created 47 touchdowns with almost 5,000 passing yards.
Alabama will be looking to continue their ascent and become one of the very best college teams once again, and this guy is bound to be a big part of that. He has lost some of the support in the Alabama team to the draft, but there are still plenty of receivers to work with.
Will Anderson Jr., linebacker, Alabama
This guy is going to be drafted to the NFL, and he is going to be one of the first names drafted. He’s an amazing prospect and another playing for Alabama’s Crimson Tide. He’s an incredible rusher and is so hard to block, racking up 31 tackles for loss and 17 sacks in the season just gone.
As we’ve already mentioned, a lot of the players for Alabama are changing and the rebuild is going to be interesting to watch. Anderson Jr. will be a key part of this.
Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
Another for the prospect list. Bijan Robinson is a real physical specimen at RB, with a huge amount of power and plenty of scrimmage yards in his locker, plus 15 touchdowns in 2021 – even though he didn’t play every game. The halfback recently signed a deal with Lamborghini, and this is very appropriate, considering the way he plays and the cuts he makes from downfield.
Robinson will definitely be a Heisman Trophy prospect and this could be his final season for Texas, so he will potentially go on to bigger things in the NFL.
Caleb Williams, QB, USC
We all love to see new exciting quarterbacks coming through the ranks and Caleb Williams fits the bill. Lincoln Riley will be rebuilding the team around him, after he made a name for himself as a freshman in Oklahoma. He threw nearly 2,000 yards, rushed over 400 and was responsible for a very respectable 27 touchdowns.
WIlliams can throw the deep ball and is happy running if there is a lane available, and Jordan Addison will help him to be at his best, and most effective, playing for USC this coming season. Williams is one that the scouts from the big leagues will be watching with a lot of interest.
Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
Kayshon might get overlooked by some, as playing for the Tigers, he was in an underachieving team and then he had to deal with an injury that left his season in tatters. He still managed 38 receptions in that time for over 500 yards, so don’t discount him as one of the best prospects for college football in 22-23.
LSU knows how to create some wonderful receivers, as we all know from the likes of Odell Beckham Jr. and Ja'Marr Chase, who have come through at the college establishment. Kayshon Boutte could certainly continue this awesome lineage if he is able to stay free of injuries and live up to the expectations.
Summary
The standard in college football feels like it keeps getting better, and you just know that a lot of these guys are going to go on to have long and illustrious careers playing in the NFL. The Alabama team is one to watch with interest, but there are plenty of players in plenty of rosters who could emerge as huge prospects in the world of football, in what is sure to be another great season.

Longhorns Recruiting Road Trip: Week 3

Last Friday, I was excited to make the short trek out to Nelson Field in Austin, TX to see the top-ranked Dallas Parish Episcopal Panthers square off against the tenth-ranked Austin LBJ Jaguars. The last time that I had covered the Jaguars, they were one win away from earning a state title victory for Austin ISD. However, despite last year's loss to Stephenville, the Jaguars still have retained a ton of talent, including future Division 1 athletes Fatu Mukuba, Latreveon McCutchin and Sedrick Alexander.
Dallas Parish Episcopal vs Austin LBJ
Despite of LBJ's talent, don't be fooled - Dallas Parish Episcopal might be the most loaded (talent-wise) team in private school football. For example, 2025 quarterback Sawyer Anderson has already amassed 14 scholarship offers from schools such as Arkansas and TCU. Additionally, 2023 three-star safety Daniel Demery, who is committed to Ole Miss, has 25 offers to schools such as Texas and Texas A&M.
Speaking of Anderson, the underclassman put up a prolific scoring performance, throwing for five touchdowns and 218 yards against LBJ. Along with Anderson, Episcopal also showcased a heavy dose of junior running back Maddux Reid, who rushed for 174 yards and helped to lead the Panthers to a dominant 44-21 victory over the Jaguars. So far this season, Parish running back Cedric Mays has been the guy for the Panthers out of the backfield, however Reid was the workhorse on Friday which makes me question whether Mays sustained some sort of injury during, or prior to, the game. However, if Reid can continue to put up performances like he did against LBJ and, Mays is indeed healthy, the Panthers would certainly be the team to beat in the realm of private school football in the state of Texas.
Although Episcopal was able to cruise to a victory, Sedrick Alexander was able to showcase why he is a Vanderbilt commit as he rushed for a whopping 227 yards and a touchdown, doing his best to keep LBJ competitive on Friday. You would certainly be hard pressed to find a game in which Alexander fails to make an impact by the final whistle. He is one of the Central Texas area's best running backs and has already rushed for 543 yards through just three games this season.
Extra Point:
I am excited to see Sawyer Anderson again in action in the future. There is a reason why the young quarterback has as many offers as he does at this point in time. I will be interested to see how his game progresses over the course of the season and whether he can help Episcopal capture yet another state title.
Miles Logged:
12 miles

Scouting Report: UTSA

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Texas will have to pick themselves up off the mat quickly following a close loss to Alabama as they prepare to welcome UTSA to Austin on Saturday night. The Roadrunners are coming off a 41-38 overtime win over Army and are coached by former Texas assistant Jeff Traylor. Let's take a look at what to expect from a veteran-laden UTSA squad.
Offense
The Roadrunners have 9 senior starters on offense, led by QB Frank Harris. Harris is in his 3rd season as the full-time starter and has already thrown for 696 yards through two games this season. The lefty has tossed 6 touchdowns compared to just 1 interception. He has the luxury of throwing to 3 senior receivers: Zakhari Franklin, Joshua Cephus and De'Corian Clark. The trio has hauled in 50 of Harris' 60 completions on the season, with Franklin leading the way with 20 receptions. All 3 stand above 6'1 and are very reliable targets.
The big question mark for UTSA comes on the offensive line, where they have been dealing with injuries and inconsistent play. Traylor said earlier in the week that they were down 4 offensive tackles at one point last Saturday. Venly Tatafu, who normally plays guard, has slid out to LT and the opposite tackle spot has been held down by Ernesto Almarez, but Almarez has been battling an ankle injury and exited the game against Army early. If Almarez can not go, walk-on Frankie Martinez is likely to get the start. The biggest wildcard is Demetris Allen, who was expected to open the season at LT but has missed the first two games due to an off-field issue. Traylor mentioned Wednesday morning that Allen had returned to practice, but he was unsure how ready he would be for game-action and was unsure if he would play on Saturday.
Arkansas transfer Trelon Smith and Brenden Brady will handle the bulk of the carries, but the Roadrunners have struggled overall to run the ball through their first two games. Harris actually leads the team in rushing with 93 yards.
Defense
Similar to the offense, the UTSA has a wealth of experience with 7 senior starters. The secondary is the biggest question mark of the defense but also the most experienced. The Roadrunners struggled mightily against the pass a season ago and it remains to be seen if their secondary play will be any better this year. Safety Rashad Wisdom is their best player and is extremely active.
Up front, nose tackle Brandon Brown is one to watch. Brown leads the team with 1.5 sacks and caused a lot of issues against Army and Houston. Both struggled to run the ball up the middle. Middle linebacker Trevor Harmanson is a solid player and has registered 17 tackles on the season.
Texas has a lot of question marks surrounding the QB position heading into this matchup, which means it is tough to predict what the UTSA defense might look like. The Roadrunners gave up a ton of big plays last week against Army, a trend that carried over from 2021. If Hudson Card is able to give it a go on Saturday, the Longhorns will likely find some success in the downfield passing game.
Final Thoughts
UTSA will bring a very experienced team to Austin, and they did not win 12 games in 2021 by accident. Jeff Traylor will surely have his team ready to play and will have likely have a few tricks up his sleeve as he looks to pull the upset. 
Texas is vulnerable right now coming off the Alabama and dealing with a number of injuries. If the Longhorns play in the trenches like they did last Saturday, it will likely be enough regardless of who the QB is. But if Texas lets their guard down and tries to go through the motions, this will be a close game in the 4th quarter.

"Better Never Rests:” Key Takeaways from Sarkisian's 9/12 Press Conference

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Texas Football Head Coach Steve Sarkisian's press conference on September 12th was full of memorable quotes that described his team and their game against Alabama on the 10th. The most impactful one, though, may just be the phrase that was used more than once: "Better never rests." Sarkisian emphasized throughout the entirety of the presser that they must continue to improve "individually... and collectively on each side of the ball and on special teams". This improvement may be tough to accomplish as Texas lost their starting QB Quinn Ewers to an upper body injury that is expected to sideline him for 4-6 weeks, along with other injuries to players such as QB Hudson Card and DB D’Shawn Jamison. Sarkisian was asked about these players statuses and responded by stating "they are day-to-day".  
Towards the middle of the presser, Sarkisian addressed the outside voices from around the college football world after their loss to Alabama stating "to quote my old boss, we got to be careful of the rat poison". He emphasized the importance of quieting the noise outside of the building and "focusing on us and our preparation". He also touched on how special the atmosphere was on Saturday at Darrell K Royal Memorial Stadium and said the team felt like they "were one with our fans". 
The Longhorns’ next game will be a 7 P.M. kickoff against UTSA in Austin on September 17th. Will this game show, even though the 'Horns are a little banged up, that better really does never rest? 

Notes and Quotes from Steve Sarkisian's UTSA Game Week Presser

Following this past weekend's game against top-ranked Alabama, Longhorns head coach addressed the media on Monday to discuss the team's next game against UTSA.
Below, you can find some of the takeaways from this week's press conference:
Notes:
Sarkisian spoke highly of Roschon Johnson and his selflessness. Did not deny the possibility that Johnson might see some snaps at wildcat quarterback, similar to last year's game against Kansas State, with multiple quarterbacks being injured. Stated that Quinn Ewers, Hudson Card, Bijan Robinson, and D'Shawn Jamison are all day-to-day and that none of the players have structural damage.  
 

Ewers, Jamison, Bijan, Card: Monday Injury Update

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The Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0 Big 12) lost a nail-biter to top-ranked Alabama (2-0, 0-0 SEC)on Saturday and the hard-fought battle came at a price.  Starting quarterback Quinn Ewers left the game in the first quarter with a shoulder injury sustained when linebacker Dallas Turner hit Ewers and landed on top of him. Turner was flagged for roughing the passer and Ewers hit the medical tent and subsequently the locker room.  He would return to the sideline in street clothes and his left arm in a sling later in the game.
Head coach Steve Sarkisian acknowledged the shoulder injury in his postgame press conference on Saturday, but had no information other than Ewers would undergo an MRI and be further evaluated.  Initial reports from ESPN's Pete Thamel indicated an SC sprain to Ewers' left shoulder (non-throwing) with a recovery period of 4-6 weeks.
Backup quarterback Hudson Card entered the game and performed well, but suffered an ankle injury early in the 3rd quarter.  Card played the remainder of the game with a noticeable hobble, but managed to play well enough to keep Texas in the game, giving them a chance to win inside of two minutes remaining.
Defensive back D'Shawn Jamison also left the game with an ankle injury in the first half, after almost intercepting Alabama quarterback Bryce Young.
Although he played the entire game against the Crimson Tide, star running back Bijan Robinson suffered a shoulder injury in Saturday's loss.
On Monday at his weekly press conference, Sarkisian disputed media reports about the severity of the injuries, saying all of the aforementioned players are "day-to-day."  The head coach furthered that statement by clarifying that none of the injuries are structural, have no ligament damage and do not require surgery.
Sark was asked who took first team snaps at practice today and responded with "that's for me."
Texas fans wanted to know who would step in should Card be pulled on Saturday do to the injured ankle, and that answer came today.  Austin High graduate and local product Charles Wright was the "next man up" should the team need another quarterback, according to Sarkisian.
When asked about the status of true freshman QB Maalik Murphy Sarkisian promptly responded that Murphy is not healthy.
In summary, the news from Monday's press conference is really no news - which is good news for Texas fans.
The Longhorns are preparing for Jeff Traylor and the UTSA Roadrunners who will visit DKR on Saturday after beating Army 41-38 in OT last weekend.
 

The Good, Bad & Ugly Following the Longhorns' Loss to Alabama

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Texas suffered narrow defeat to #1 ranked Alabama on Saturday in game that Texas players and fans should leave holding their heads high. The Longhorns entered the game as a 21-point underdog and despite losing their starting QB, and their backup QB being hobbled, Texas gave the Crimson Tide all they wanted and more. Time to discuss some good, bad and ugly from Saturday's thriller at DKR.
The Good
There was a lot of good to extract from this game, but the fight that fans and players showed is the top takeaway. This was the most attended game at DKR in Texas football history, with over 105,000 people in attendance. The fans were waiting halfway around the stadium before the sun was up. Truly impressive and incredible.  The fans need to keep that up moving forward and establish DKR as a true hostile place to play for opponents.
Steve Sarkisian and his coaching staff had their best performances overall since arriving in Austin. The staff had the team prepared exceptionally, which has not always been the case. Even after Ewers went down, it was evident the coaching staff still believed they could win and dialed in a gameplan to do so. The players clearly believed in the plan as well. The defensive gameplan was the best that has been displayed in Austin in a long, long time.

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The Bad
There is no way to put this other than the refs were flat-out horrible. Refereeing, or lack thereof, on one or two missed plays is not the difference between a win and loss. However, there were at worst six missed calls with a large impact on the game - particularly in the second half. There needs to be accountability for the crew yesterday, and I hope they are not officiating any more marquee games this season. Sark is one of the most even keeled coaches out there and rarely gets too high or low, but he was certainly animated at the officials on Saturday.

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The Ugly
The BIG ugly were the injuries that the Longhorns suffered. Starting QB Quinn Ewers, backup QB Hudson Card, and starting CB D’Shawn Jamison all at some point exited the game with injuries. Jamison and Ewers did not return and that will be something to monitor moving forward. Early reports are that Ewers will miss around 4-6 weeks. While not ideal it is much better than the other possibilities. Jamison is still doing undergoing further testing and Card has what appears be an ankle sprain. Texas hosts UTSA this week and needs a healthy quarterback.

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Texas shows fight in heartbreaking 20-19 loss to top-ranked Alabama

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Entering Saturday's game, Texas upsetting Alabama was viewed as an afterthought. With Alabama being favored by over 20 points, the Longhorns would have been lucky to stay competitive in the contest for a half. However, the Longhorns showed fight, forcing Alabama to make a game-winning drive in the final minutes of the game to win 20-19.
At the start of Saturday's contest, things were looking promising for the Longhorns who were on Alabama's heels with redshirt freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers leading the way. However, with the ball in Crimson Tide territory, down just 10-3 in the first quarter, Ewers suffered an injury at the hands of Alabama linebacker Dallas Turner.
With Ewers sidelined, sophomore quarterback Hudson Card entered the game and put his body on the line, sustaining an injury of his own in the third quarter. However, the real catalyst for the Longhorns on Saturday was the defense, a unit which stepped up when it needed to. You could see a noticeable difference in how the team performed defensively, particularly in their ability to make open field tackles. Furthermore, defensive backs such as Anthony Cook were not afraid to lay the lumber against the opponent behind the line of scrimmage. Along with Cook, Jaylan Ford was flying to the ball all night and led the team with 10 tackles.
Unfortunately for Texas, the Alabama defense also did its job against the Longhorns, holding Longhorns star running back Bijan Robinson to 57 yards rushing. With injuries at quarterback and a lack of production from the running backs, the Longhorns had to settle for field goals - an aspect of the game which has been far from automatic so far this season. But, Longhorns sophomore kicker Bert Auburn was able to finish the night with four field goal makes on five attempts, with a miss coming right before halftime after a botched snap and hold. While Auburn showed off his clutch genes with a 49-yard field goal make to give the Longhorns a 19-17 lead with 1:29 left in the game, field goals don't kill Alabama.
As a result, on Alabama's final offensive drive of the game, quarterback Bryce Young did what he does best - make plays. In just about the span of a minute, Young was able to move the Crimson Tide down the field with his arm and legs, setting up kicker Will Reichard for the game-winning field goal with only a few seconds left in the game.
There were plenty of tumultuous turns during the highly-anticipated non-conference matchup, from Ewers' injury to Ryan Watts' missed sack to a no-call on a potential safety on Alabama's Bryce Young, which would have given the Longhorns a 12-10 third quarter lead with the ball. Ultimately, Alabama was able to ride the tide and struck when they needed to.
Following the game, Bijan Robinson discussed his takeaways from Texas's game against Alabama and said, "It's a growing lesson for this team. We understand that we came out here and never gave up."
Sarkisian remained just as positive as Robinson, after the Longhorns were able to push the nation's top-ranked team to the wire saying, "We didn't lose today, we just ran out of time."
In addition to the nail-biting football game on the field, the game day atmosphere was notably electric. In fact, Saturday's game set the attendance record for Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium at 105,213. Texas wide receiver Jordan Whittington said that "We got the best fans in the country... it was loud... we even had to tell them to chill so we could get the play."
Next weekend, the Longhorns will once again play at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, this time with UTSA set to come in town at 7 P.M. (CT). The game will be aired on the Longhorn Network.
Game Stats:
QB Hudson Card: 14/22, 158 passing yards QB Quinn Ewers: 9/12, 134 passing yards RB Bijan Robinson: 21 carries, 57 rushing yards, 1 touchdown WR Xavier Worthy: 5 receptions, 97 receiving yards LB Jaylan Ford: 10 tackles, 1 sack

GAME DAY: Texas Longhorns vs. #1 Alabama Crimson Tide

The barometer for head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Football program begins its reading on Saturday as the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide head to Darrell K. Royal Stadium in Austin.  While the Longhorns lead the Tide all-time in wins (7-1-1), Nick Saban's team has dominated college football for the last 10 years, appearing in 7 national championship games and winning five of them.
Alabama is favored by roughly 20 points, in a contest that little to none give Texas a chance at pulling off the upset win.  The stakes are high in the 11:00 am kickoff, particularly for Texas, which looks to prove that they are an improved team under year two of Sarkisian.  Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young leads a prolific Alabama offense, while on the Texas side, highly touted Quinn Ewers looks to prove he can make an impact early on in his career on The 40 Acres.
Regardless of the outcome, this is the biggest game that has taken place in Austin in half a decade.  Most expect the Longhorns to lose, but a win would do wonders for Sarkisian and the Texas program.
Historically the Longhorns are 5-11 against the #1 ranked team, including 2-2 over their last four games.
What: Texas Longhorns (1-0, 0-0 Big 12) vs Alabama Crimson Tide (1-0, 0-0 SEC)
Venue: Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium
Location: Austin, Texas
When: Saturday, September 10th, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. (CST)
TV: FOX
All-Time Series: Texas leads Alabama 7-1-1
Last Meeting: Alabama defeated Texas 37-21 (1/7/2010 - Pasadena, CA - BCS National Championship Game)
Relevant Information:
Scouting Report: Alabama Crimson Tide Staff Predictions: Texas vs. Alabama What a Historic Upset Against #1 Alabama Would Mean for the Texas Longhorns Discuss the Texas Longhorns vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Game

What a Historic Upset Against #1 Alabama Would Mean for the Texas Longhorns

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Texas fans, close your eyes and imagine Texas defeats Alabama Saturday...
That would be the biggest win in Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in quite some time, if not ever. The Longhorns are a 20-point underdog and will undoubtedly have their hands full with the Crimson Tide. If you listen to all the prognosticators, there is a likely outcome.  Then there is a what-if?  Let's discuss what a win on Saturday would do for Texas as a program should they knock off #1 Alabama.
Although the Longhorns have had some big upsets in their decade plus of mediocrity, they have been unable to turn that momentum into anything of significance. Since Colt McCoy's departure the Longhorns have had just one 10-win season and have lost at least four games in every season.
Winning a game like this would give Steve Sarkisian and Texas much-needed confidence and momentum that could carry them through the rest of the season. Last year following the blown lead to Oklahoma in Dallas, the Longhorns managed to consistently blow leads in similar fashion in subsequent games. A victory over Alabama could turn the tide, no pun intended, and allow Texas to achieve success that they haven't seen in many, many years.
The roster yields an extremely young team, with 57 freshmen or sophomores on the team. Having that kind of youth causes shaky confidence as far as depth is concerned, a problem the Crimson Tide doesn't have to worry about. Nobody is picking Texas to win this game and if they pull off the upset, the underclassmen are going to have unshakable confidence moving forward. Talent has never been the issue at Texas, and now the Longhorns have at minimum, some good coaching on the staff. Being able to fight through adversity and not fold so easily like they have in the last decade would be a great addition.
Furthermore, a victory would send a statement nationally that Texas is relevant once again. Not that Texas is "back," but they are back to being a tough, credible opponent. Texas will be back when they are hoisting up a Big 12 Championship trophy, not winning a non-conference game regardless of who it is against.
As far as conference play is concerned, there is no reason Sarkisian and his team should not be battling for the Big 12 crown this year.  If they manage to beat Alabama, it would signal that Texas is a legitimate Big 12 contender. It would also show that the 'Horns can indeed compete with the best in the SEC, which Texas is scheduled to join in the next couple of years. Following last year’s beatdown in Fayetteville, there has been some serious doubt of Texas' ability to compete in the SEC.
Finally, a victory over the Tide would grab the attention of recruits. Several national recruits are looking for a reason to commit to Texas since Arch Manning committed in June. This would provide a great reason to jump on board. It is easy for Sarkisian and the rest of the staff to sell a vison. This would be manifesting that vison to recruits, and would make negative recruiting to the Longhorns difficult.
Texas fans, sit back and enjoy the game and the atmosphere.  These types of games do not come along every week, win or lose.

Staff Predictions: #1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Texas Longhorns

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Top-ranked Alabama heads to Austin on Saturday for an 11:00 AM kickoff which will include ESPN's College Game Day crew on-hand.  The Longhorns are 7-1-1 all-time against the Crimson Tide, with the last meeting between the two taking place in the National Championship Game in January, 2010.  Nick Saban brings a Heisman winner into Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in quarterback Bryce Young, while heralded Texas QB Quinn Ewers looks to prove he can lead Texas to a big win early on in his career on The 40 Acres.  Underdogs by roughly 20 points, do the Longhorns have what it takes to pull off the upset of Saban and the Tide? Our staff weighs in with thoughts and predictions on Saturday's contest in Austin.
Jameson McCausland (1-0)
If Texas had Isaiah Neyor and Jahleel Billingsley available, I would look at this game much differently. I believe Texas will be able to scheme up some things offensively to keep them in the game early, but it is going to be tough to trade punches with the Crimson Tide for 60 minutes.
I think Texas is going to keep this game closer than many believe, but Alabama just has too much firepower on both sides of the ball.
Score Prediction:  Alabama 38, Texas 24
Devon Messinger (1-0)
The Death Star arrives in Austin on Saturday for the highly-anticipated rematch of the 2010 BCS National Championship Game. However, this is by no means a similar matchup to the one that occurred over a decade ago as both programs have gone in opposite directions.
For the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, returning Heisman winner Bryce Young leads the way at quarterback and, like always, has a fair share of weapons to rely on. Additionally, the Alabama defense, particularly at linebacker, most likely keeps opposing quarterbacks up at night.
The keys for the game are relatively simple yet universal, Texas's offense has to remain efficient and refrain from turning over the football. Meanwhile, the defense has to wish for the opposite.
On Saturday, the name of the game is growth. Will this Texas team stand up to the bully of the college football block or be humiliated on national television? Will this game be a turning point in the team's culture or will they sulk when the going gets tough?
Score Prediction:  Alabama 41, Texas 24
Aaron Carrara (1-0)
David welcomes Goliath to Austin on Saturday in a hot-ticket matchup that is unquestionably the game of the week in college football.  Texas and Alabama are two storied football programs, but it is undeniable that the Crimson Tide is one of the hottest programs over the last 10 years.  The Tide return a scorching offense led by Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young and a defense that gave up just 136 total yards to Utah State last week.  The Texas offensive line must do enough to give Quinn Ewers and the Texas running backs opportunities to make plays.  Unlike Texas, Alabama has tremendous depth on both sides of the ball and Steve Sarkisian has a tall task at-hand if he wants to pull off the upset over the top-ranked team in the country. Sark has talked about the progress the team has made mentally, physically and culturally since a dismal last season, and this is the game to show those strides.  
Score Prediction:  Alabama 41, Texas 27
Ryan Swantkowski (0-0)
The game football fans around the country have been waiting for has arrived. Texas handled ULM last week while Alabama did the same to Utah State. The Big Blue, though, actually finished ranked to end the season last year and went into Tuscaloosa having won two straight games against power five schools. They lost 55 to 0. This Alabama team looks as dangerous as ever with Heisman QB Bryce Young, LB Will Anderson Jr. and others. While Texas is dangerous themselves with RB Bijan Robinson, WR Xavier Worthy and unproven QB Quinn Ewers, their lack of experience on the offensive line worries me. While I believe Texas keeps this game somewhat competitive, expect the Tide to keep on rolling. 
Score Prediction:  Alabama 42, Texas 24
Mitch Lovell (1-0)
The Longhorns will play closer than the final score indicates, as the offense scores points and the defense will show better than most expect.  Alabama is simply playing at another level that most teams in the nation are not, including Texas.  
Score Prediction:  Alabama 45, Texas 28
TFloss32 (1-0)
Since their last match-up in the 2010 national title game, Alabama and Texas’ program trajectories couldn’t be more opposite. One dominant run came to a screeching halt that day while the other remains on the mountain top of CFB a dozen years later. If we’re all being brutally honest with ourselves and take off the burnt orange glasses, beer goggles, what have you, Texas will need nothing short of the best, cleanest performance they can muster on Saturday night. Even that may not be enough to take down the GOAT and this season’s championship favorite, but a lot of help from the football gods would be poetic repayment for Colt McCoy’s throwing arm. There isn’t a lot of room for analysis this week other than hoping the new kid doesn’t throw up on himself at the SEC pre-party.
Score Prediction:  Alabama 45, Texas 24

Longhorns Recruiting Road Trip: Week 2

Following the exciting slate of games that I was able to cover in week one, I decided to do something that I have not done in the five years that I have been covering football games in Austin. Last Friday, I covered the creative inspiration for the Friday Night Lights television show, the Pflugerville Panthers. While Pflugerville has not resembled anything like the Dillon Panthers in quite some time, I was also interested to see the McNeil Mavericks in action.
Pflugerville vs McNeil
 
On Friday, the McNeil Mavericks were looking to start the season 2-0 with a win over Pflugerville. Unfortunately for the Panthers, the game did not remain close for long. The game's turning point occurred early on, following an awkward call from the officials where Pflugerville had seemingly crossed the plain of the goal line, had an official signal a touchdown, and then lost possession due to a fumble. With the big first quarter momentum swing, McNeil took advantage when senior running back Kaleb Cooper had a house call with a 99-yard touchdown rush to put the Mavericks up 7-0.
From that point on, McNeil absolutely dominated the football game and ran away with a 48-7 victory. Now, for the first time since the 2014 season, McNeil has remained undefeated through two weeks of play. However, this 2022 McNeil squad will look to avoid the same fate as the 2014 team, a year in which the Mavericks had fallen to a record of 3-7 after winning the first three games of the season.
Extra Point:
Unfortunately, there are no real extra points to have in this week's edition. However, I will say that I miss the look of old 2000's jerseys. Many teams have seemingly lost their distinct charm as their jerseys have modernized.
Miles Logged:
32 miles

Scouting Report: Alabama

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Texas cruised to a 52-10 victory over Louisiana-Monroe to open the 2022 season, and now all eyes have turned to a week 2 matchup against Alabama. The Crimson Tide crushed Utah State 55-0 this past Saturday and now have their sights set on Austin as Nick Saban looks to pick up another victory against a former assistant.
Offense
Reigning Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young is the straw that stirs the drink for the Alabama offense. Young tossed 5 touchdowns and ran for another score in the week 1 victory over the Aggies. He is breaking in several new weapons on the outside, including Georgia transfer Jermaine Burton and freshman Kobe Prentice. Burton caught a pair of touchdowns in his Alabama debut.
Georgia Tech transfer Jahmyr Gibbs will lead the Crimson Tide's rushing attack. Gibbs had 9 carries for 93 yards last week and is one of the top draft eligible running backs in the country. He also is a threat as a receiver out of the backfield and caught 36 passes a season ago for the Yellow Jackets.
The Alabama offensive line was not particularly strong a season ago, but Nick Saban hit the transfer portal and hired a new OL coach in an effort to get things back on track. LT Tyler Steen is a transfer from Vanderbilt who has NFL talent. Converted TE Kendall Randolph has settled in at one of the guard positions next to C Darrian Dalcourt, who is in his second season as a started. RT JC Latham is only a sophomore but was one of the top recruits in the 2021 class.
The passing game is what makes Alabama go, and the Texas secondary will have to play at an extremely high level if they hope to pull off the upset.
Defense
The best player in college football not named Bryce Young might be edge rusher Will Anderson. Anderson had 17.5 sacks in 2021 to go along with 34.5 tackles for loss. Opposite of Anderson is sophomore Dallas Turner, who registered 8.5 sacks as a true freshman. The biggest mismatch on the field on Saturday will likely be Anderson and Dallas going against the Texas offensive tackles. The interior of the Alabama defensive line is anchored by seniors DJ Dale and Byron Young. Both profile more as run stoppers but have the ability to create push in the pocket.
Henry To'oTo'o and Jaylen Moody are the two primary linebackers. Moody entered the portal this past offseason but ultimately returned to Alabama and led the team in tackles in week 1 with 6. 
The Crimson Tide secondary is led by safety Jordan Battle and STAR Brian Branch. Alabama is still figuring out what they want to do at the CB spots, but they have plenty of options. LSU transfer Eli Ricks joins sophomore Kool-Aid McKinstry and redshirt freshman Terrion Arnold.
Final Thoughts
Alabama is the most complete team in college football. There is not a glaring weakness on their roster and Texas will need to play almost a perfect game to have a chance. While Texas has talented players on their roster and might be able to match up okay at certain positions, the overall talent level for the Crimson Tide is on another level. The Longhorns are 3 touchdown underdogs for a reason.

Notes from Steve Sarkisian's Alabama Game Week Press Conference

On Labor Day, Longhorns head football coach Steve Sarkisian spoke with the media ahead of this weekend's game against top-ranked Alabama. Below, you can find some of our notes from this week's press conference.
Notes:
Sarkisian was pleased with how Texas performed in week one but states that the performance was not perfect. Sarkisian was happy that 76 Longhorns were able to play in the team's season-opener. He expects some of the special team's unit's struggles to be corrected swiftly. He noted the importance of the team's practices for this week. Sarkisian highlighted several members of the Crimson Tide's front seven, such as: Dallas Turner, Will Anderson and Chris Braswell  
 

Ja'Tavion Sanders & balanced attack lead Longhorns to dominant 52-10 victory over ULM

On Saturday, the Longhorns opened the season at home against Louisiana-Monroe, and quickly sent the Warhawks packing with a dominant 52-10 victory. After suffering an early first quarter interception to the Warhawks, redshirt freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers settled in quickly and let his playmaking teammates do what they do best - make plays. 
Following the game, Sarkisian noted that it was important for him to remove the "training wheels" from Quinn Ewers and thought that the early adversity that the young quarterback faced might have actually been beneficial. Furthermore, he noted that Ewers is "astute enough to know that he has some really talented people around him," and was happy about the way that he bounced back from his first-drive struggles.
From early on in Saturday's game, it became evident that Ewers has already developed a connection with sophomore tight end Ja'Tavion Sanders, who finished the game with 85 receiving yards (leading the team) and a touchdown reception. In fact, Ja'Tavion's game-high 85 receiving yards might very well be the first time in over a decade that a Longhorns tight end led the team in receiving yards at the end of a contest.
Despite the lopsided scoreboard to end the game, the Longhorns stat sheet was relatively balanced across the board as the team made an impact in all three facets of the game. For example, D'Shawn Jamison had himself a night with a blocked punt on special teams which, was returned for a touchdown by Keilan Robinson, and a third quarter pick-six interception on defense. However, Texas's running back room was not left out of the scoring action as Bijan Robinson, Roschon Johnson, Jonathon Brooks and Keilan Robinson all found the end zone at one point or another, with Keilan's score being the result of Jamison's blocked punt.
Additionally, along with Jamison, Longhorns defenders DeMarvion Overshown and Barryn Sorrell were flying to the ball and made several drive-stopping efforts. To finish the night, Overshown led the team with a game-high eight tackles and Sorrell accounted for a game-high 1.5 sacks.
Following the game, Sarkisian noted that the coaching staff noticed that Sorrell had "potential," and that the sophomore edge rusher has "worked on his craft and cut it loose tonight."
Overall, the Longhorns had a successful season-opening game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium but, now, the team must look ahead to the Alabama Crimson Tide, led by Nick Saban and co., who are looming. The Longhorns will host Alabama next Saturday with the kickoff set for 11 A.M. (CT). The matchup will be aired on FOX with ESPN's College Gameday also set to be in town.
Game Stats:
QB Quinn Ewers: 16/24, 225 passing yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT RB Bijan Robinson: 10 rushes, 71 rushing yards and 2 total TDs TE Ja'Tavion Sanders: 6 receptions, 85 receiving yards and 1 TD LB DeMarvion Overshown: 8 tackles CB D'Shawn Jamison: 2 tackles, 1 INT and 1 TD

GAME DAY: Texas Longhorns vs. UL-Monroe Warhawks

The Texas Longhorns (0-0, 0-0 Big 12) host the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks (0-0, 0-0 Sun Belt) at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in the season opener for both programs.  Texas' Steve Sarkisian and ULM's Terry Bowden are both in their second year as head coaches of their respective programs.  Both teams had losing records last season, with the Longhorns ending their season with a win over Kansas State after losing their previous six games.   Like Texas, the Warhawks did not go bowling after losing their final five games and finishing the season with a 4-8 record.
Both teams look to improve on last season's efforts, with the Longhorns replacing former star quarterback Sam Ehlinger with Ohio State transfer Quinn Ewers.  The Warhawks will give the starting nod to sophmore Chandler Rogers who played in all 12 games for ULM last season.
The Longhorns are 110-16-3 (.863) all-time in home openers, with wins in their last four.
What: Texas Longhorns (0-0, 0-0 Big 12) vs ULM Warhawks (0-0, 0-0 Sun Belt)
Venue: Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium
Location: Austin, Texas
When: Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. (CST)
TV: Longhorn Network
All-Time Series: Texas leads ULM 1-0
Last Meeting: Texas defeated ULM 59-20 (9/5/2009 - Austin, TX)
Relevant Information:
Scouting Report: ULM Warhawks Staff Predictions: Texas vs. ULM Discuss the Texas Longhorns vs. ULM Warhawks Game

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