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  1. 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. Texas coach Tom Herman boasts impressive career numbers against ranked opponents as a head coach, with a perfect 6-0 record against ranked opponents, including a 3-0 record against Top-10 opponents. Texas Longhorns vs. USC Trojans Date: Saturday, September 16th, 2017 Time: 7:30 PM CST Television: FOX Venue: Los Angeles Coliseum Location: Los Angeles, CA Relevant Articles and Information: Staff Predictions – Texas vs. San Jose State The Line: Trojans favored by more than two touchdowns over Longhorns Get to know USC: Offense Texas – USC: Can the Longhorns pull off the upset? Get to know USC: Defense/Special Teams
  2. Gearing up for the upcoming season! I'm a college football nerd so I usually like researching different teams to pass time during the summer lull. Starting with Alabama, Doug Nussmeier left for Michigan thus leaving vacant OC position. Given Kiffin's past, I'm pretty perplexed why Saban would hire Kiffin. Is he really an offensive genius? His play calling last 2 years at USC was abysmal. He must be likable given so many golden opportunities during his coaching career.
  3. Robinson committed back in February and has maintained he is still sold on Texas but will be taking an official visit to Alabama in January. I heard through a friend of a friend of a friend (one of those things) that Robinson really really likes USC. He is supposed to take his official visit to Austin at the end of January, which is a good thing. He is a Fort Worth native so he would be close to home playing college ball in Austin. This is a kid that could make or break the class so let's hope he stays true to Texas.

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