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  1. Defensive End San Antonio, TX William J. Brennan High School Ht:6'3" Wt:220 lbs Rivals profile -http://rivals.yahoo.com/texas/football/recruiting/player-Derick-Roberson-137676 247 Profile - Derick Roberson Hudl Page - Derick Roberson - Highlight Videos, Schedule & Roster - Hudl Film from McComas (OB): Committed to Texas on 08/02/2012 LSU was the only other school that offered Roberson prior to him committing to Texas. *Ranked #8 on the HornSports 50 for 2014 - http://www.hornsports.com/horn-sport...r-2014-edition
  2. How bad are things at Texas right now? Let me see, hmmm. 1) We lost our first game, 2) The offense didn't look very good, though there were a few bright spots, imo, 3) We have no players who are suspended for drugs, theft, disrespecting women, or academic probation, 4) We have a coach who is willing to make changes when he knows they are needed, 5) We have a coach who is well-respected by current and past players as a man and a coach. Ok, now, let's talk football. Swoopes was out there competing, and I think he will leave Texas with a degree and be very successful in a caree
  3. In this I will list the greatest players to play under Mack Brown. In Coach Brown's 16 year career at Texas, 58 of his players heard there names called in the NFL Draft. I will list Coach Brown's All-Texas team. Also, this list is by their performance while at Texas, not the NFL. The players are in order, a depth chart if you will. Here we go: (Pos/ Name/ Year of leaving Texas/ Draft Position) QB: -Vince Young, 2006, R1/P3 -Colt McCoy, 2010, R3/P85 -Major Applewhite, 2001, Undrafted RB: -Ricky Williams, 1999, R1/P5 -Cedric Benson, 2005, R1/P4 -Jamaal Charles, 2008, R3/P73
  4. THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRO DAY & SPRING-GAME ACTIVITIES UT's Pro Day has been scheduled for March 26th. The Spring game is scheduled for April 19th at 1:00 Stay tuned for Tailgate Information related to the Spring game! MAX WITTEK UPDATE Former USC QB Max Wittek visited Hawaii last weekend and is said to have enjoyed the visit. Wittek is not close to a decision and he may still take visits to Louisville and TCU. We assume Virginia Tech is no longer an option since former Lake Travis and Texas Tech QB Michael Brewer announced he will transferring to VT. MA
  5. Charlie Strong is Ready. Are you? by Marian Hinton, Horn Sports Staff Writer Most Texas fans, at least those who approach things rationally (as few and far between as they may be), will tell you that Mack Brown did a lot for the Texas Longhorns football program during his tenure in Austin. After all, he resurrected a sleeping giant by assembling one of the best teams to ever take the field on the 40 Acres and coached them to their first national title in over three decades. Most Texas fans will also tell you, however, that despite all the good he brought to the program, Coach Br
  6. Well, it’s been an EXTREMELY eventful week to say the least. Mack was supposed to step down last Wednesday. Then it moved to Friday. Then his resignation dated was moved until the end of the week. For the time-being, we may have lost our top candidate to replace Mack with in Nick Saban. We had an interesting Football Banquet to say the least. At the end of the day, what needed to happen with Mack Brown happened last Saturday. The bottom-line is Texas Football will look a lot different than it has for the previous 16 seasons, and at this point I think that’s a good thing. Also, ove
  7. Well I know this past week has been a bumpy one for everyone. Everything was clicking along nicely and then Colin Cowherd got involved and decided to “dip his toe into the water” as it pertains to Nick Saban at Texas. Cowherd lobs a few calls into Tuscaloosa to find out “what’s really going on” and is told “nothing to see here, move along.” And what does Cowherd do? Announce to the World that Nick Saban isn’t leaving Tuscaloosa combined with another site saying that a new contract extension has been presented to Saban and we’re hearing it will be signed any day now. Next thing you know al
  8. @TheFbBrainiacs: BREAKING: Have heard from two good sources that Nick Saban to Texas is a done deal. Will be making big bucks! The website is a page devoted to ou recruiting. It also has Ryan Broyles on its staff. http://thefootballbrainiacs.com/nick-saban-to-texas-appears-to-be-a-done-deal Take it as you will.
  9. Well everyone, it’s Thanksgiving Week and the game with Tech upon us on Thursday, an “old school” guy like me misses the good, old days of the pageantry and rivalry between ourselves and the Aggies on Turkey Day. There are just so many memories I have with my family surrounding that game that it just isn’t the same without it. Well just like Mack Brown and Deloss Dodds, good, ole Darrell has got to learn to move on as well! Anyway, this week the Wall Street Journal published an article with Terry Saban in which she stated that “We’re staying. We’re not going anywhere.” We’ll discuss that
  10. Well, it's that time of the week. This week the “buzz” has been around the rumors about Mack Brown announcing his retirement. As you are aware as of the last couple of weeks there have been discussions that the Longhorn Network is working on a Mack Brown Tribute. There have been proclamations on sites from supposed Regents. “He said, she said”- what gives McPhaul? Also in this week of “Crossfire” there were heated conversations on the sidelines with Major Applewhite and a DIFFERENT Coach this past weekend. We’ll also discuss observations of the Oklahoma State game from the
  11. Well this past week has been a quiet one news-wise BUT don't confuse what is seen by the eye as to what is really going on underneath the surface- as the saying goes "still waters run deep!" A couple of weeks ago I had mentioned that information was going to get scarcer to come by going forward and that in fact has been the case. Why? We'll discuss that in week's edition of Crossfire as well as information that had already been shared as it pertains to the hiring of Steve Patterson and validate some of the information that has been already discussed as it pertains to his hiring. We will al
  12. First thanks to Horn Sports for asking me to contribute here and there on the site. The site is fantastic and looks like it is only getting bigger and better with football season upcoming. As you probably see being announced on the pay sites, Texas has a recruit on-campus this evening. That recruit is Houston Lamar High School's John Bonney. Bonney is a 4-star recruit and has held a Texas offer for some time now. He's 6'0" and weighs around 188 lbs. He's fast and hits hard. Bonney has roughly 30 offers and for UT to have him on campus tonight is nothing short of HUGE.
  13. Yes, you read that right. He'll also play a little wideout and quarterback. Tyrone Swoopes is vying for the 2nd string qb spot but has a little work to do in order to have better command of the offense. The tidbits on what he said can be found here - Mack Brown's Pre-Camp Presser: Notes and Tidbits - Texas Longhorns Football Message Board, News and Information - Texas Longhorns Football Message Board, News and Information Football is almost here. #HOOKEM
  14. Mack has decided to open 3 football practices to the public. Dates: Thursday, Aug. 8, at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9, at 4:10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at 6 p.m. Practices will be held at Denius Fields. Suggested parking for fans is in the Manor Garage. Texas Longhorns Athletics - Football to open three preseason practices to fans
  15. Expect BIG things from the Texas stampede, scheduled for July 27th. It will feature current and future commits as well as a load of guys who have offers and some that are invitees. Expect a commitment or two to come as a result of the event, initiated by new PPD Director Patrick Suddes.
  16. The second in as many days to do so (see Johnny Shaw), Lincoln HS Wide Receiver Emanuel Porter de-committed from the Horned Frogs today after receiving a UT offer. Important? Without question. Expect Porter to commit to the Longhorns VERY soon in my opinion. He is a 3 star recruit that stands 6-3 and weighs 190 lbs. [tweet]344184828364738560[/tweet] Oh boy. #HOOKEM
  17. Keller High School’s spring game took place tonight and Longhorn Nation received the good news it was expecting: a resonating pair of verbal commitments from a defensive end and offensive lineman. The Teuhema brothers couldn’t be more different in terms of size, speed and skillset. Heck, they will graduate high school in different classes. One thing seems to be apparent though - Mack made a wise decision when he doled out a pair of offers to the Samoan brothers a few months ago. He even beat LSU’s Les Miles to the punch (Miles offered both in April). Sione Teuhema, the 6’4,
  18. Coach Brown sat down with CBS Football Writer Bruce Feldman to talk about quite a few things... Interesting interview - interesting answers from Mack. Particularly the last question - "Q: Do you coach at all differently than you did, say, seven years ago?" Mack Brown talks Texas - CBSSports.com
  19. Horn Sports has had a nice partnership with the UT Tailgaters for the last few years and it will continue this year, for the 2013 season. With that being said, please mark your calendars for the season opener - August 31st, 2013 - when Texas takes on New Mexico State at DKR. HS plans to sponsor door prizes, BOOZE, and grub. The UT Tailgaters do a kick-ass job of throwing it down and this one will be a tailgate you won't want to miss. Don't have a ticket to the game? Who gives a shit. Come join us for beverages, companionship and all that other shit. We plan for live music, a s
  20. Spring Game goes down at 6:30 pm. Game will be televised on the Longhorn Network. Excited to see what Ash does as well as the 2nd & 3rd team qb's. Hopefully Manny has made us proud with improvements on defense. Talk about it here. Hook 'em!
  21. AB breaks down the expectations for David Ash heading into the Spring Game and beyond. What's your take on the Ash man? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc08t4XaiPM&list=UU4X5bqBTv7wmJ1Trd6_kzig
  22. From Knox News - Mack Brown wins Neyland Award; Lee Corso the Lindsey Nelson Broadcasting Award » Knoxville News Sentinel The Knoxville Quarterback Club has named Texas coach Mack Brown the 2013 recipient of the Neyland Trophy and ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso as the winner of the Lindsey Nelson Broadcasting Award, the club announced Wednesday. Both will accept their respective awards on April 20, at 10 a.m., at the East Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame brunch at The Foundry in Knoxville. They will be honored on the field later that afte
  23. Texas football hosts pro day today with NFL personnel in attendance. Vince Young is working out hoping to get a shot with another NFL team, while Kenny Vaccaro, Marquise Goodwin and Alex Okafor look to show off their skills. Goodwinn WILL not run the 40-yd today since he ran a 4.27 40 at the combine. Vaccaro is easily a first-round lock and I think Okafor is also. Kenny needs to run well today after putting up a 4.63 40-yard dash at the combine. Good luck to all and Hook 'Em!

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