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  1. The Annual Orange-White Football Scrimmage is solidified for Saturday, April 24th at 1:00 PM. Spectators are allowed and admission is free. Seating will be available in designated chairback seats on a first-come, first-served basis with social distancing measures in place. Gates will open at Noon. The game will be televised on Longhorn Network.
  2. The 2020 season is set to officially come to a close on Tuesday evening in San Antonio when Texas takes on Colorado in the Alamo Bowl. The Longhorns will be playing in the Alamo Bowl for the second consecutive season and look to wrap up a disappointing season with a victory. Colorado had a surprisingly good year, going 4-1 in their shortened PAC-12 schedule that featured several cancellations. Let’s take a look at what to expect from the Buffaloes: Offense Former head coach Mel Tucker was not shy about his preference to win games by running the ball and playing great defense. Current
  3. The Texas Longhorns (3-2, 2-2) will meet the undefeated sixth-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys (4-0, 3-0) in Stillwater, Oklahoma on Saturday. The Cowboys have had the Longhorns’ number as of late, winning seven of the last ten, including the last two in Stillwater. These two programs have met once before on Halloween, with the Longhorns walking out of Stillwater with a 41-14 victory in 2009. The Cowboys are clicking on all cylinders, hoping to continue their winning ways en route to a berth in the Big 12 Championship game and possibly more. The Longhorns had high expectations to st
  4. As an NFL draft nerd, I love watching tape on players going into the draft and tonight I've been watching all i can find on Vaccaro. But when watching Vaccaro, Diggs stood out the me multiple times by breaking on the ball nicely. At the same time, Josh Turner and Mykelle Thompson often delayed before breaking on the pass or made poor tackles that led to big gains. I think Quandre Diggs moving to safety is a must. He is a very smart player on the field and reads the quarterback and receivers well. We all know the difference a good safety can have on a defense. In most recent years, Earl Th
  5. The college football season may be over but there is still a lot of college football swirling around in my head. As I watched Alabama tonight I began to think back to when Texas made their 2 National Championship runs in recent years and started asking myself what the Longhorns needed to do in order to get back there. Below are just some quick thoughts on the entire team about what I'd like to see changed and improved upon. Offense - QB play must be consistent if this team wants to seriously take it to the next level. Some like Ash, some don't, but I think he will be under center t
  6. Unlike the Under Armour All-American game that featured only 1 2013 Longhorn commit (OL (4-star) Darius James) the Army All-American Bowl will feature 7 players, 6 of which will play in the game. Linebacker Deoundrei Davis has an injury and will be held out of the game. Longhorn Commits at the Army All-American Bowl DT A'Shawn Robinson - A great athlete playing DT, Robinson can dominate linemen almost at will anytime he wants. But the problem has been a lack of consistent play from him. There are plays he makes that wow you, but then there are times you kind of forget he's on the field.

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