This week’s Recruiting Notebook looks at a pair of JUCO prospects, and revisits a pair Texas’ pledges from the Class of 2019 as the Horns get closer to wrapping up its latest cycle.
Like Texas, Oklahoma State had seven possessions in the first half of play. Unlike Texas, they maximized nearly all of them. They had an opponent specific game plan to execute and that they did. Mercilessly. They scored four touchdowns, hit a field goal, missed another field goal and punted only once. They gained at least 53 yards on six of their first 7 possessions. By halftime, they’d run 55 plays and gained 383 yards from scrimmage.
STILLWATER, Ok — Texas entered tonight’s nationally televised contest with OSU on a six-game winning streak and a No. 6 ranking in the country.
They left with a one-game losing streak and a lot of heartache.
It was a crazy Saturday in college football. The No. 9 Texas Longhorns held onto the win over I-35 rival Baylor. Coach Venable drops his game grades. Positive signs sprinkled with some guys that need progress reports. OFFENSE We knew it was coming. The good news is we hired coach Hand last spring. The bad […]
Hate Week. Fair Park. Cotton Bowl. Red River Rivalry. It’s Texas-OU. Let’s rock.
The IT Gameday Primer.
We start this week with an athletic junior o-lineman in San Antonio, then head down to North Houston for the ideal 4i, slide over to central Texas for another defensive end target, and finish in the Show Me State with sparkplug from the offensive side in this week’s Recruiting Notebook.
KATY — When David Gbenda learned that the Texas Longhorns were interested in his services, his confidence began to grow. When Tom Herman extended Gbenda and offer in front of David’s father on a late Sunday afternoon, his heart began to grow.
And when Gbenda called Herman and Todd Orlando today to commit to UT, his dreams were a reality.
It wasn’t pretty, but football in Manhattan, Kansas rarely is. Texas jumped out to a commanding 19-0 lead, then held on down the final stretch for the 19-14 win at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday. Here are my Five Quick Thoughts following UT’s win over Kansas State.
Texas heads back to Manhattan for a Week 5 battle with the Purple Wizard and Kansas State. Time to win at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Coming off a big win over No. 22 USC last Saturday, Texas takes on a more formidable foe in the Frogs from Fort Worth. No. 17 TCU comes to Austin to open Big 12 play vs the Longhorns. We’ve got game previews, team news, injury reports, and the recruiting visitor list. It’s Gameday, y’all.