After several members of Texas’ 2019 class put together a strong showing in the Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando, a few more are looking to do the same thing at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
It’s been three days since the Sugar Bowl and still the wildest thing isn’t the win, but the sight of Bevo charging towards UGA. That not only put a charge in the fan base, but also the team. When the clip ran before the game the locker room “absolutely exploded.” I won’t say it made a difference but others who were in that room would disagree. They sure came out hot.
Here was the run game table from Texas’ glorious Sugar Bowl victory over Georgia:
Collin Johnson’s return wasn’t the only good news of the day. Junior defensive lineman Malcolm Roach announced he will be returning to Texas for his senior season in 2019.
These games are typically anguishing to watch, but I’m looking forward to seeing the commits play.
Great game plan. Great effort. While the Texas offense deserves credit for their ball control effort, this game was won by the Longhorn defense and special teams.
Texas junior WR Collin Johnson announced via Twitter on Thursday he will return to Texas for his senior season in 2019.
SAN ANTONIO — With 22 signees inked into the class of 2019, the Texas staff can focus a ton of attention on its remaining unsigned targets.
One of the highest profile remaining targets is 2019 Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei WR Bru McCoy.
Fun game to watch. We made too many mistakes and missed too many tackles but we stuck a bunch of busy into their operation. We turned several “big play” potentials into minimal gains with tremendous hustle—because we all wanted to. That was a very talented offense last night—those two guys ran hard.
NEW ORLEANS — When it came time to actually play the Sugar Bowl, one team played tougher and executed at a much higher rate than the other. It just wasn’t the one most were expecting.
Maybe Bevo XV’s charge at opposing mascot Uga X should have been a sign of the impending game. Or maybe it should have been Texas’ opening drive where every play gained yardage. By the end of the night, it was clear who the better team was on January 1, 2019. No. 15 Texas defeated No. 5 Georgia 28-21 to win the Allstate Sugar Bowl and achieve a 10-win season for the first time since 2009.