It looked as if Texas was about to step on TCU’s throat with just under nine minutes left in the second half. Freshman Jacob Young laid the ball up and in to make it 53-46 with Texas in control of the game, the crowd loud and on its feet and Shaka Smart’s young Texas team with the opportunity to take control of the game for good.
Houston Lamar remains one of the best high school programs within greater Houston. Accordingly, their team boasts several players with Power 5 talent. Tom Herman and Texas decided to extend an offer to two Lamar juniors, defensive back D’Shawn Jamison and wide receiver Al’vonte Woodard.
With only one commit playing in the Army All-American Bowl, our focus turns to Texas targets playing in this game, including one Tom Herman recently extended an offer to.
After a disappointing loss to Kent State, Shaka Smart spoke with the media about what his team needs to focus on as they start Big 12 play this Friday at Kansas State.
Texas scored a season high 96 points and had five players go for double figures as the Longhorns were able to put away the UAB Blazers, 96-60. Sophomore Tevin Mack led the Longhorns in scoring, going for 18 points on 7-of-14 shooting. Freshmen Jarrett Allen and Andrew Jones each had 16 points, with Allen pulling down 6 rebounds and Jones pulling down 5. Seniors Shaquille Cleare and Kendall Yancy had 10 and 14 points apiece to lead the Longhorns to an easy victory.
This past weekend was my first experience covering the UIL State Championships. I had attended the two 6A title games in Houston last year, but I was sitting with Eric in the stands rather than up in the booth. This year, I made the trek to AT&T Stadium to see the best of the state face off. There were a few blowouts, a few great games and a lot of D1 talent on the field. Here’s the best of what I saw this past weekend.
Shaka Smart addressed the media yesterday. Here’s some of what he said following practice
Tom Herman landed his first commit as head coach of the Texas Longhorns.
SAN ANTONIO — Friday night I traveled to Heroes Stadium in San Antonio to catch up with 2018 four-star twins Joshua and Jordan Moore.
Junior running back D’Onta Foreman will forego his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL Draft, Foreman told reporters on Wednesday. Foreman, a Doak Walker Award finalist, Heisman candidate and holder of the Texas record for most consecutive games played with over 100 rushing yards leaves Texas after rushing for 2782 yards and 20 touchdowns in three seasons, including rushing for 2028 yards in 11 games during his junior season.