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Fridays in the Humidor – 8/4/17

Tom Herman (Justin Wells/IT)

With players putting on the pads today, football has officially began. We’ve got practice reports, depth chart movement, team info, and loads of hoops recruiting. With 100-degree temperatures, come inside the air-conditioned Humidor on this Friday.

Wood-Anderson chooses the Longhorns

Dominick Wood-Anderson (via Wood-Anderson)

Since Tom Herman took the Texas job last November, the plight in Corby Meekins’ tight end room has been a topic of discussion. Now there’s a new, more positive topic in that room in the form of the nation’s No. 1 JUCO tight end.

The Inside Scoop – Part I (7/24/17)

Mustapha Muhammad.  (courtesy of Muhammad)

The prequel to the Inside Scoop Part II (by Cook), this version talks Eagles landing, Tight End Recruiting including the Mustapha, closer look at 2019 QB targets after Roschon dropped, Bobby Brown’s outlook, and more quotes Post-Stars at Night. Nahlin and Wells bring the goods.

Eagles chooses Texas

Brennan Eagles (Will Gallagher/IT)

Just a week after landing one of the state’s elite pass catchers, Tom Herman and Texas landed another one.

Alief Taylor wide receiver Brennan Eagles committed to Texas today. Eagles, committed to the Longhorns over competing offers from Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State, and Oklahoma, among others.

Jordan Spieth wins The Open Championship

Jordan Spieth. (

Texas-Ex Jordan Spieth wins his third major and first Open Championship at Royal Birkdale today. He’s the second youngest to win three of the four major tournaments, only behind Jack Nicklaus, before he turns 24 years old.

Our resident golf guru @hopefulhorn with the details on a crazy Sunday at a Major.

Texas Goes Green

Jalen Green and Michael Huff (Courtesy of Green)

2018 is loaded instate at the cornerback position and Texas just received a commitment from one of, if not, the best.

Houston Heights cornerback Jalen Green committed to Texas today over offers from Ohio State, LSU, Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Clemson and many others. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound corner was highly coveted in the 2018 class.