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  1. Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns received good news on the defensive side of the ball on Monday when linebacker Ben Davis formally announced his decision to transfer to Texas from Alabama. Later that evening, the Texas defensive line became the beneficiary of a commitment from an out-of-state 4-star defensive end prospect. Zac Swanson (6-4, 255 lbs.) became the eighth commit in the Longhorns' 2022 recruiting class and the second out-of-state prospect to commit, joining 5-star Junipero Serra (Gardena, CA) QB Maalik Murphy. Swanson attends B
  2. On Saturday afternoon, Texas fans got their first look at the 2021 Longhorns under new coach Steve Sarkisian. The Orange-White spring game concluded spring practice for Texas and allowed everyone to get a sneak peak at what to expect this fall. Here are three key takeaways from the Texas spring game: 1. The QB battle is nowhere close to being over Despite Casey Thompson taking all the reps with the 1st team during Saturday's scrimmage, the QB battle is just heating up on the 40 Acres. Thompson finished the afternoon 23 of 42 for 242 yards and a pair of interceptions (one of which was
  3. The annual Texas Football Orange-White Game will take place today at 1 p.m. at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium and will be televised on Longhorn Network. Admission is FREE and seating will be available in the lower bowl in on a first-come, first-served basis with social distancing measures in place.
  4. Today marked the first day on the field for Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian. Spring Practice began and with it another came an injury to a key player. Smith's injury adds to a larger injury pool that we posted yesterday: P Ryan Bujcevski (knee) LB Derrick Harris (knee) OL Derek Kerstetter (ankle) TE Brayden Liebrock (shoulder) DS Justin Mader (shoulder) LB DeMarvion Overshown (shoulder) DL T’Vondre Sweat (shoulder) Also QB Casey Thompson is sporting a new number on his jersey. Look familiar? More to come....
  5. New UT Baseball Volunteer Assistant Coach Troy Tulowitzki and Coach Pierce make an appearance at UT football practice today. I really like the support that each of the coaches and programs give to one another.
  6. http://collegefootball.ap.org/poll LSU (6,) Texas (9,) and ags (16,) with largest jumps (+5) Go Cougs at #10
  7. VIA UT AUSTIN, Texas – Kickoff times and television selections for three of Texas' contests in the 2018 season were released on Thursday. Longhorn Network will air the home opener versus Tulsa on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. CT, while home match-up against USC on Saturday, Sept. 15 will be on FOX at 7 p.m. CT, and the game at Kansas on Friday, Nov. 23 will be on FS1 at 11 a.m. CT. Longhorn Network will also televise an additional game this season with further details to be announced at a later time. Since its launch in 2011, LHN has televised 16 Tex
  8. By Daniel Seahorn If you couldn’t tell by now, Texas running back coach Stan Drayton values versatility in his meeting room. Being able to tote the rock is one thing, but when you can be an asset as a pass blocker in blitz pickup and or as a receiver out of the backfield or split out wide then you really set yourself apart from the pack in evaluations. Running backs Daniel Young and Toneil Carter have certainly shown in flashes that they possess these traits and incoming freshman back Keaontay Ingram has shown on tape consistently that he can be that kind of b
  9. Texas reeled in their first defensive back commit of the 2019 class with the verbal pledge of 4-star Kenyatta Watson. The Georgia product is ranked as the 11th best safety in the country (187th overall), according to the 247composite rankings. After signing an historic defensive back class in 2018, Texas had the opportunity to be selective on whom to take in the 2019 class. Watson was offered back in November while he was committed to Florida State. The commitment did not last though, as Watson de-committed from the Seminoles in January, and proceeded to visit Austin in late February. In
  10. Texas has made a huge splash in the recruiting world today, securing a commitment from elite California LB De’Gabriel Floyd. Floyd becomes the first linebacker commit in the Longhorns 2019 class and ranks as 40th best player in the country (3rd ranked LB), according to the 247composite rankings. The addition of Floyd fills a huge need at the linebacker position, a position Tom Herman and Todd Orlando knew they needed to address in the recruiting cycle. On January 28th, Floyd was extended an offer. In Mid-February, he attended junior day and said afterwards that he was blown away and said
  11. According to Tom Herman, Gary Johnson will miss 6 weeks with a groin injury. Also, Cameron Townsend has moved from LB to RB. Sounds like Herman wants some more competition at the position.
  12. Tom Herman confirmed during his signing day press conference that Reggie Hemphill Mapps will transfer from UT. He has not been working out with the team and is currently looking for a potential landing spot. The redshirt freshman caught 32 passes for 328 yards in 2017.
  13. The 2018 recruiting class will officially come to a close as National Signing Day 2 is upon us. Texas inked 19 players during the early signing period in December, but will look to add to that number with a strong finish. Below are the remaining commits and targets, with the time they plan on signing: Committed DL Daniel Carson (SIGNED) DL Moro Ojomo (SIGNED) DL Keondre Coburn (SIGNED) RB Keaontay Ingram (SIGNED) WR Josh Moore (SIGNED) OL Christian Jones (SIGNED) DL Michael Williams (2:40 PM) Targets DL Joseph Ossai (9 AM) LB Andrew Parker
  14. There may be some injury news coming in the next several days that impacts the Texas offense. The injury could be minor, because the player has not had an MRI yet. That's all we can say at this time. We will release more information as it comes to us.
  15. It all began with his tweet after the spring game. "Could've told my mother to save her money on the plane ticket". Half of a game after being called on account of rain, or a subtle blast to the fact he didn't sniff the field? I don't know, but I believe, when it comes to a young guy who wants his shot, it was the latter. When Buechele became the obvious nod to the future with Ehlinger on deck at QB, I knew Locksley was going to have to change positions or transfer. Then it was even more evident when Heard got moved to WR, where a stable of capable guys was already in place. Now, I d
  16. Kirk Johnson appears to have not been improving from his torn ACL last year. The answer why is now known. Johnson had a slight meniscus tear in his knee, which was hindering his progress. Johnson underwent a minor scope procedure to resolve the issue. I would not be surprised if Johnson medically redshirted this year, but he could also be back later in the season. Tough break for him, but he will be back. Luckily, Texas has three solid RB's in front of him. Rumors are circulating that Patrick Vahe injured his wrist in practice and is in a cast. Before any of you freak out, this is just a r
  17. with 2 months until Texas vs Notre Dame here is my very early depth chart QB: Beuchele,Heard,Swoopes RB: Foreman,Warren,Porter,Johnson (Kirk to me has all the tools to be NFL safety) TE: Blueitt,Beck,Aucoin WR: Burt,Foreman,Joe WR; Johnson,Humphrey,Leonard WR: Duvernay,McNeal,Newsome,Curtis LT: Williams,Delance,Uriquidez LG: Hodges,Hudson,McMillon C: Shackleford,Rodriguez,Cuney RG: Vahe,Perkins,Major RT: Perkins,Nickelson,Okafor, K: No one all 2pt conversions and going for it on 4th down P: Dickinson Fox: Hughes,Hager,Roach if Fowler makes it on team in time he would be 2nd team
  18. Mr. Trotter, After reading your tweets/comments about the “Florida 5â€, and specifically this tweet “@Jake_Trotter: W/ Cecil Cherry leaving, only Davante Davis left from Charlie Strong's touted "Florida 5." Gamble to recruit heavily out of TX backfiring", I decided to respond with an open letter to clear the air. To insinuate the “Florida 5†could end up as the “Florida 1†due to the recruits/athletes not being from the state of Texas, or “in-state†recruits, is laughable and a weak argument at best. But before I go further, I’d like to be clear. I completely
  19. Hi newbie here, so forgive me if I'm crossing any lines, but I recently read the 2015 Texas Longhorn Football Prospectus: Thinking Texas Football and it's really good preview of the 'Horns, our opponents and the Big 12. It's thorough, well-written with an entertaining writing style. Maybe everyone already knows about it, but I wanted to pass on a rec. Hook 'em!
  20. Mike Roach did an excellent job of previewing the Texas defense - DOMINATING DEFENSE This is the first part of a four piece in-depth preview of the team. Let's talk football!
  21. Interesting day with coaches & players. Read about it HERE.
  22. Here is my preview of the Horns' first game under Charlie Strong - UNT Mean Green
  23. This week's edition of Questions Answered! Reactions? Comments?
  24. Here's this week's Questions Answered! Good stuff this week - you got us to disagree on a few things.

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