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  1. Texas 2018 Schedule and Way Too Early Predictions 1. @ Maryland Terrapins (4-8 in 2017) – After the debacle in 2017, you'd think Tom Herman and the Horns will have this one penciled on the calendar already. Its the first game of a new season and its on the road. Plenty to worry about for Herman and staff. That said, we're not the same team we were last year. We no longer start a freshman QB and now have an OL worthy of game planning for. Orlando's defense should get a test here with some new faces in the secondary and in the interior. Texas 42 Maryland 21 2. Tulsa Go
  2. The point on a brisket is typically the fattiest cut. Pitmasters often trim the point (and select edges) off a brisket and return those pieces to the smoker. Are burnt ends tough, chewy worthless cuts of meat, or are they heavenly bites of smoky goodness? It depends on who you ask… Rather than discard the trimmings and fat, we choose to savor all the information that flows through the site. So, sit down and help yourself to some burnt ends. This is a free site, so anyone can read this report. If you share it with someone, please take time to attribute the information to HornSpor
  3. The Texas Longhorns (6-3) will host the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (7-3) at 1:00 PM CST on Saturday at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. The teams have met previously three times, with the last meeting taking place on November 10, 2010 in Austin. Texas is 3-0 all-time vs. Louisiana Tech. The Longhorns fell to Michigan 59-52 on Tuesday, suffering from poor shooting, turnovers and missed free-throws. Texas will face the Bulldogs without their leading scorer Andrew Jones, who continues to rehab a wrist fracture. Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski is averaging 17.7 point per game, while freshm
  4. The Texas Longhorns (4-4, 3-2) will face the TCU Horned Frogs at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth on Saturday evening. TCU (#10 AP, #12 Coaches Poll, #8 College Football Playoff Ranking) has beaten Texas three-straight, including a 31-9 victory last season in Austin. Texas is 2-0 in conference road games this season, while TCU maintains an undefeated record at home this season. TCU head coach Gary Patterson holds a 19-0 record at home when playing as a Top-10 ranked team by the Associated Press. The Horned Frogs are currently ranked #10 in the latest AP Poll. A win by the Long
  5. By Ryan Bridges I won’t repeat my rant from last week. This team is close — objectively closer than they’ve been in years. (Eleven of their 21 losses the past three seasons came by 14 points or more. There’s some teams left on the schedule that could pull that off, but it hasn’t happened yet.) The offensive coaches aren’t doing a good job. The players aren’t taking advantage of enough opportunities either. Let’s rip the Band-Aid off and start there. Side note: I’m throwing this together in a hurry because I’m preparing to move across an ocean later this week. I gave the videos a lot
  6. Two new head coaches. Two storied football programs. One big stage. The Texas Longhorns (3-2, 2-0) and the #12 Oklahoma Sooners (4-1, 1-1) will square off for the 112th time on Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Each team brings different momentum into one of college football’s oldest and largest rivalries. The Longhorns won a double-overtime game 40-34 against Kansas State in Austin last weekend, while the Sooners suffered their first loss of the season, at the hands of Iowa State 38-31. Last week doesn’t matter and neither do records in this rivalry. A win by ei
  7. Article by Jameson McCausland The Longhorns found a way to grind out a double overtime win over Kansas State in Austin on Saturday evening to improve to 3-2 overall and 2-0 in conference. Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger got the start for the Longhorns at quarterback and never looked back. The true freshman threw for 280 yards and rushed for 107 yards to propel Texas and Tom Herman to their third victory of the season. Let’s take a look at the offensive grades from Saturday evening’s win over the Wildcats. Quarterback If there was any doubt about who the starting quarterback
  8. Article by Jameson McCausland Texas held Kansas State to 140 yards rushing and DeShon Elliott intercepted quarterback Jesse Ertz en route to a 40-34 victory over the Wildcats in double overtime. The Longhorns currently boast the 42nd best defense amongst FBS teams and the 17th best, nationally, in rushing defense. Let’s take a look at how Todd Orlando’s unit performed on Saturday against Bull Snyder’s Wildcats. Defensive Line Texas got huge games up front from Malcolm Roach and Charles Omenihu. With Chris Nelson not registering a snap, the duo was asked to play a lot. Roach
  9. The Texas Longhorns (1-2, 0-0) will face the Iowa State Cyclones (2-1, 0-0) on Thursday evening in a prime-time matchup scheduled to air nationally on ESPN. The meeting is the 15th between the two schools, with the Longhorns holding a 12-2 record all-time against the Cyclones. Texas looks to carry momentum from a disappointing 27-24 overtime loss to USC two weeks ago and win its second straight game as conference play begins at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. Iowa State boasts a 2-1 record after winning its opener against Northern Iowa, followed by an overtime loss to in-state rival Iowa and th
  10. Article by Jameson McCausland The Texas Longhorns (1-2, 0-0) begin conference play on Thursday night in Ames, Iowa against the Iowa State Cyclones (2-1, 0-0) in a prime-time matchup which will be nationally televised on ESPN. Texas defeated Iowa State in Austin last year 27-6, behind quarterback Shane Buechele’s 296 passing yard performance to snap a 3-game losing streak. In their previous trip to Jack Trice Stadium the Longhorns were shutout by the Cyclones 24-0. Let’s take a look at what the Longhorns can expect from the Iowa State offense. Quarterback Iowa State boast
  11. Defensive Line There may not be a player on the entire roster that has improved more than DE Charles Omenihu. For the third straight game, Omenihu dominated the tackle across from him. The junior recorded 3 tackles and a sack, along with playing solid against the run. His sack came on a straight bull rush where he pushed the right tackle so far into the backfield that he found himself directly next to Sam Darnold. Chris Nelson played an excellent game at the other end position, and is quietly having himself a big junior season. Senior Poona Ford collected 4 tackles and continues to hold th
  12. The Texas Longhorns (1-1, 0-0) will face the USC Trojans (2-0, 0-0), the sixth meeting between the two teams, at the Los Angeles Coliseum today at 7:30 pm. Texas looks to carry their momentum from the 56-0 win over San Jose State last weekend and win its second straight game, in the team’s first road contest of the season. USC, ranked #4 in the country, holds a 2-0 record after defeating Western Michigan in the season opener, and dismantling #14 Stanford at the Coliseum last weekend. The two teams last met in the 2005 BCS National Championship Game in which the Longhorns prevailed 41-38.
  13. The Vegas line on Saturday's Texas vs. San Jose State game has the Longhorns opening as 27.5 point favorites over the Spartans at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin. Texas (0-1) lost its season opener to Maryland 51-41, struggling to find an identity on both sides of the ball in Tom Herman's debut as head coach. Quarterback Shane Buechele threw for 375 yards and two touchdowns, but the lack of a running game and offensive line issues proved problematic for the offense throughout the game. While the offense had its share of problems, Todd Orlando's defense wasn't wi
  14. Everyone in Corpus, Rockport, Port A, Port OC, Galveston, Houston, Padre Island, etc., please be safe this weekend. This is a bear of a storm. Don't take any chances and be smart. Hook Em! 🤘🏻
  15. The #23 Longhorns open the season against the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday at DKR. Texas (0-0, 0-0) vs. Maryland (0-0, 0-0) When: Saturday, September 2, 2017 Venue: Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium Location: Austin, TX Time: 11:00 AM TV: FS1 Relevant Articles/Information: Longhorns Name Team Captains for Season Opener Will Herman, Longhorns live up to Preseason Expectations? Analyzing the Longhorns Depth Chart against the Terrapins Texas vs. Maryland: Offensive Position by Position Breakdown Texas vs. Maryland: Defensive Position b
  16. Article by Ross Labenske Longhorns begin the season ranked #23 in Associated Press and Amway Coaches Preseason Polls. Less than 9 months after former head coach Charlie Strong’s departure, the Longhorns find themselves ranked in the Top 25 of the Associated Press Preseason Poll - their first such ranking (#23) since the 2013 season. New head coach Tom Herman appears to be putting the pieces in place to right the ship in Austin, but success will ultimately be measured by wins and losses on Saturdays. Is a preseason ranking in the Top 25 warranted? Charlie Strong coached Texas
  17. Story by Ross Labenske On Friday, Tom Herman announced his team captains for the 2017 Texas Longhorns football season. Included in the honor were seniors Poona Ford and Naashon Hughes, and juniors Connor Williams and P.J. Locke III. The announcement hardly comes as a surprise to most, but it represents a significant change from the previous coaching regime. Herman’s predecessor, Charlie Strong, did not use team captains during his tenure at Texas. Strong’s philosophy was centered around the notion that individuals didn’t define the team. Instead, the team should raise each other
  18. Foreman makes another big play tonight against New England. Heck of a catch and run. https://twitter.com/joshnorris/status/899092293139017728
  19. I think Colin Johnson draws some heavy attention early in the season. This opens things up for John Burt. John Burt returns to the scene this year in a big way. Sophomore slump is ovah. 2nd choice goes to Brandon Jones. IMO, he solidifies himself in the secondary and ends up all conference as a sophomore.
  20. For possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of a weapon. Not going to go over well with the brass in Houston.
  21. After finishing as a finalist for the award last year, Texas offensive tackle Connor Williams has been named to the Outland Trophy Watchlist. And if we are being honest, he probably should have won it last year.
  22. Texas punter Michael Dickson has been named to the 2017 Ray Guy Award pre-season watch list, along with 28 other candidates. Dickson was a finalist for the award last season (first ever for the Longhorns) and ultimately lost the honor to Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky. In 2016 Dickson averaged 47.4 yards on 65 punts for a total of 3079 yards.
  23. If you look at Texas schedule you have 4 games each month for 3 months also Sept & Oct each month has 1 Marquee game away from DKR. September Texas has to be no worse than 3-1. weakest opening 4 games in some time (Maryland,San Jose & Iowa st) but USC is best team Texas has played non conference since Ohio St 2005-06. October is the key with ou in Dallas and home games with Kstate & Osu road game at baylor. 3-1 record here and Horns bowl destination improves. November has road games at Tcu & Wvu Texas needs at least split here to have legit chance at 8 wins. home games with
  24. Per Ian Rapaport, JC has signed a 1-year contract with the Broncos.

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