Lake Dallas corner Kobe Boyce’s stock is rising and now he’s going to be a Longhorn.
With Texas commits looking around, I catch up with a few to get the latest. Also talk to a handful of UT targets, and deliver an injury update before the guys get back to Spring ball. From Lagaryonn Carson, Major Tennison, and more, we’ve got it all in the Scoop.
In our final Recruiting Notebook from the C/O 2016, we look at three big-bodies destined to wreck havoc on the college football world. We start north of Dallas-Fort Worth, slide down to H-town for a run-stuffing backer, then finish in Golden Triangle with a giant. We’re 10 days from NSD in the Notebook.
As we approach National Signing Day, we revisit a handful of UT’s top targets from the Class of 2016. We look at senior film and try to project the best spots for each prospect and how they fit on the 40 Acres. The Recruiting Notebook fills you in.
It’s Gameday, y’all. The Jayhawks of Lawrence travel to Austin for a chance to knock off the Longhorns. Good luck with all that. Here’s our Texas – Kansas game thread.
AUSTIN — Mother Nature remains undefeated, but that didn’t stop Texas as they ran by, over, and through Kansas State on a wet day at DKR – Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Here are my Five Quick Thoughts following UT’s 23-9 win over Kansas State.
Kansas State for breakfast? Sounds good to us. Get your horns up, the Purple Wizard is in town. It’s the IT Gameday, y’all.
Charlie Strong and the Longhorns hosted a duo from Southlake Carroll this weekend, made a few prospects’ Top 5 lists, and TX HS football practice opens today in the Recruiting Wrap-up.
In this week’s Notebook we breakdown five of UT’s top targets, including an exciting WR from Cali already committed to the good guys. We evaluate a massive DL in Central Texas, a move-in from Georgia, an OL with Texas ties, and a run-stopping lineman from Houston. All inside the Notebook.
For a team that needed a boost, Cameron Ridley rose to the occasion.
The junior post had 19 points and an early dunk that woke up the normally quiet Frank Erwin Center crowd as the Longhorns beat No. 16 West Virginia, 77-50, on Saturday night at the Drum.