More OOS offers. More targets trending up and down for the Horns. A handful of notes & quotes from recruits. Early list for targets attending the May 28th mini-camp in Austin. Let’s get caught up on the latest in Texas recruiting.
One of the more interesting prospects in the class of 2019 is Klein Collins running back, Isaiah Spiller. As a sophomore, Spiller helped KC knock off area power Westfield before their fantastic season ended in heartbreaking fashion to eventual champion Desoto. Collins led 31-21 heading into the 4th quarter. Not yet a junior, Spiller is […]
We’ve spent a good deal of time discussing Herman’s schemes as well as the various players he’s inheriting and how they can be best deployed in his attack. However, we’ve mostly glossed over the play of the foundational pieces to the 2017 attack. That’d be the offensive line, featuring Connor Williams (23 starts), Patrick Vahe (19 starts), Jake McMillon (five starts), and Zach Shackelford (nine starts).
I haven’t done percentages in a while, so let’s do that to re-calibrate where the current cycle sits, at least through my eyes.
There’s no other way to put it. Jones’ return isn’t a surprise. It’s also the right decision.
Andrew Jones announced via Twitter he will remove his name from the NBA draft and return to Texas for his sophomore season.
Hitting the HS football camp scene (ETSN Combine, Elite 7 V series/Mike Vick Camp) this weekend, Texas looking out-of-state more, latest on Wright, Epps, Lake Travis rebuilding, and Bryon Hobbs. The Scoop tells all.
With a chance to take a conference series before game three on the way to the Big 12 tournament, the Longhorns dropped another one-run game, this time to the West Virginia Mountaineers, 4-3. Junior Morgan Cooper took the loss in what was likely his final start at UFCU Disch-Falk Field, and sophomore Kody Clemens was the only Texas batter to have multiple hits on the day, smacking two of the team’s seven hits.
Scattered thoughts all over the map while we figure out how old four-eyes relates to this particular dilemma created this week.
Just about everybody has a opinion concerning the latest (and hopefully last) Jordan Elliott escapade for UT. Most coaches see upwards of 50 JE types during their 30-year sentence.
Arrogance is born from success; fear, from failure.
Accordingly, please consider the University of Texas in general, and University of Texas football in particular.