Since we pretty much know the depth chart, we’ll eschew the position by position breakdown and use a Q&A format. Remember, this is an amalgamation of information from numerous sources, but when done in this style, it’s easy to attach a voice to it. In keeping with the theme of preparing for the season, I suggest Craig Way.
If we were to craft a Humidor construction paper chain to countdown to the season, just three rings would remain. Let’s clip another one.
The best news this week is there were no significant injuries. So far Texas has only been lightly nibbled on by the injury bug — hopefully it stays that way.
The second week of practice brought pads with it, as well as a heavy dose of install as the staff began to move beyond the basics. We’ll shed some light on that as we break down the team by position.
Off-season ended with a bang today. More team info and the list for Stars at Night, plus visitors for early next week in the Humidor.
What’s scarier than a Friday the 13th? A Friday the 13th during the dead period. Spoooooky.
Team updates from workouts and 7-on-7, the immediate and future recruiting landscape, and a breakdown of Shaka Smart’s main targets for the 2019 class.
As the Texas coaches continue trekking across the wide expanse for valuable face time at satellite camps, there’s still some business in the immediate region.
Notes on athletic department structure, freshmen arriving and working on the 40 Acres, injury notes, and a look at linebacker recruiting in the first Humidor of June.
Remember that dreary April that brought some much-needed early May momentum? While June’s outlook is nice, we still have a week before the summer starts. The next seven days could make this May a month to remember.
Not much going on with the team right now as most of the players finish out the semester. For the next couple of weeks Humidors will likely be more recruiting-centric.