Fridays in the Humidor – 3/22/19

Keaontay Ingram (Will Gallagher/IT)

While most of the players and coaches scattered during Spring Break, the group as a whole had a great first week of practice and a little more information straggled in late. The team will return to Austin this weekend sunburned, smiling, and hopefully ready to smack each other for three consecutive weeks. The first day back is always a rude awakening.

Inside the Gameplan: Finding explosive plays in 2019

Devin Duvernay (Will Gallagher/IT)

At the last player availability, Sam Ehlinger was asked how Texas can become more explosive in 2019 after failing to produce a single play of 50 yards or more in 2018. The lack of explosiveness to the Texas offense was a major theme to the season, particularly early in the year when it seemed liable to crush the team’s hopes of playing effective enough offense to compete in the Big 12.

Recruiting Notebook – 3/20/19

Kelee Ringo. (Justin Wells/IT)

We start in the Houston area with a linebacker who tracks and smacks, then head west to see the nation’s top corner and one of the best OL from Arizona, back to east Texas for a uber-athletic corner with lock down traits, and finish with UT’s top QB on its 2021 big board in this edition of the Recruiting Notebook.

The Inside Scoop – 3/18/19

Kelee Ringo and Bryan Carrington at UT's pracrice. (Will Gallagher/IT)

Lots of UT target observations from the Opening Houston (Evans, Broughton, George) and notes/quotes from recent visitors (Ringo, Thompson, Crawford) on the 40 Acres fills you up with Texas Football recruiting inside the Scoop.