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Texas Blunders on Both Ends
Progress is progress. Texas lost a 20-17 heartbreaker to twelfth-ranked UCLA on Saturday night before an Arlington crowd that was decidedly pro-Longhorn. For a few fleeting moments in the fourth quarter, they might have had cause to celebrate

11:44AM Mon. Sep. 15, 2014, Eric Sollenberger Read More | Comment »

Brigham Down the Horns
Brigham Young put a beatdown on the Longhorns Saturday night at Darrell K. Royal Stadium, winning 41-7 in Texas’ worst home defeat in 17 years. The Cougars (2-0) relied on their defense to completely shut down an inexperienced UT offensive line.

11:15AM Mon. Sep. 8, 2014, Eric Sollenberger Read More | Comment »

Making Minced Meat of Mean Green
Texas’ defensive line put on a clinic Saturday night, holding North Texas’ quarterbacks Josh Greer and Andrew McNulty to 15 total passing yards and a combined quarterback rating of 0.0.

11:30AM Tue. Sep. 2, 2014, Eric Sollenberger Read More | Comment »

What Can We Glean from Charlie Strong's Thrilling Press Conference?
Time within the lives of our fair city’s football fanatics stood still for nearly an hour this morning when UT president Bill Powers and school athletic director Steve Patterson officially welcomed former University of Louisville ringleader Charlie Strong into “the University of Texas family” as the football team’s twenty-ninth head coach.

2:59PM Mon. Jan. 6, 2014, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Sing a Song for Mack Brown
Sixteen seasons, 158 wins, two Big 12 titles, and a national championship later, the Mack Brown era came to end on Monday night in San Antonio. The No. 10 Oregon Ducks defeated Texas in the Alamo Bowl after two pick-six interceptions and a trio of field goals put a 30-7 stamp on Brown’s last game as head coach.

11:52AM Tue. Dec. 31, 2013, Russ Espinoza Read More | Comment »

Longhorns Let Big 12 Title Loose
While the SEC, Big 10, and ACC staged their neutral-site conference title bouts under big-city lights in palatial professional stadiums, Oklahoma’s 33-24 upset over No. 6 Oklahoma State – which finished just moments before Texas and Baylor got underway – set the stage for a far less frilly de facto Big 12 title game in Waco.

7:41PM Sun. Dec. 8, 2013, Russ Espinoza Read More | Comment »

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Longhorns Gobble Up Texas Tech
The Texas Longhorns celebrated senior night and their final home game of the season with an emphatic 41-16 win over in-state rival Texas Tech to remain alive in the Big 12 championship race.

10:55AM Fri. Nov. 29, 2013, Russ Espinoza Read More | Comment »

Texas Can't Stop Oklahoma State
The Longhorns returned to Earth this weekend, landing with a thud that reverberated around the Big 12. The Longhorns 38-13 defeat Oklahoma State doubled as the worst home loss in Mack Brown’s sixteen seasons, and served as precisely the kind of loss that could recharge the recently quieted discussion about Coach’s security up top.

9:21AM Mon. Nov. 18, 2013, Russ Espinoza Read More | Comment »

Texas Outlasts West Virginia In Overtime
Last season, four teams were able to overpower Texas – Kansas State, TCU, Oklahoma, and West Virginia. Saturday night the Longhorns got their last bit of revenge, knocking out the fourth of those opponents, the Mountaineers, in a 47-40 overtime thriller.

2:11PM Mon. Nov. 11, 2013, Garrett C. Callahan Read More | Comment »

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