There’s an interesting interplay this week with trying to get the team to play loose, not over-think, and come out playing with their hair on fire at kick off, and the staff (Tom Herman specifically) coaching them very hard this week.
Week 2 schedules for Texas commits and targets.
This week’s Notebook starts in Cali with a JUCO defender, a complete safety from D/FW, then over to Georgia for speedster at tailback, then finish up in Oklahoma with a slot receiver who is Austin bound. Just another Recruiting Notebook.
Normally I don’t concern myself with outcomes of high school games as much as I do watching individual players, but Friday night’s game between state powers North Shore and Katy afforded me the opportunity to do both.
Football is finally back. After months of offseason, recruiting classes, and spring ball, the Texas Longhorns travel to Maryland to take on the Terripans. Here’s the Texas-Maryland Primer.
This is a Q&A, but first a couple team notes and nice dose of recruiting.
When I write that Texas finally has talented seniors again, I primarily mean that on the defensive side of the ball where 8 are set to start versus Maryland. With those players set to exit after this campaign, on-field development within the season, as well as adding players capable of helping in 2019 is on Todd Orlando’s to-do list in preparation for next year.
With recruiting ready to wake from its August coma, let’s take a look at what traits are missing from the class, and in some cases even the program, as we embark on the season-long push to the first National Signing Day.
It’s finally game week on the 40 Acres. At this time Saturday, we’ll be primed for Texas Football at FedEx Field vs Maryland. Let’s take a closer look at the team this week, plus recruiting quotes from Jake Smith and September visitors. It’s Monday, Scoop Day.
Week one schedules for Texas commits and targets