The Big 12 has eliminated Conference Rule 6.3 requiring student-athletes to forfeit a year of eligibility if they are intraconference transfers, sources tell Inside Texas. Eligibility of transfers from one Big 12 school to another will be determined solely by NCAA guidelines.
The biggest story surrounding Texas Baseball from the past week has come to an end. After six straight games with a home run and national player of the week honors from D1Baseball.com, Ivan Melendez’s night concluded without a homer Tuesday versus Nevada.
With a 20-7 lead early in the fourth quarter of the 2019 Sugar Bowl, Texas prepared for a first-and-goal on the Georgia one. Sam Ehlinger rushed from the shotgun for no gain. The same thing occurred on second and third down.
David Pierce’s Texas Longhorns have played 33 of the 56 games on the 2021 schedule, including half of the Big 12 slate. The Longhorns have taken all four of the conference series they’ve played thus far with wins over Baylor and Oklahoma and sweeps of Kansas and Kansas State.
Midweek baseball games for power programs often becomes a sort of testing ground. Whether it’s testing new lineup combinations, trying out a player at a new position, or gaining more data on certain hitters and pitchers, those details sometimes are just as important as the events of the game.
Running backs receive handoffs and wide receivers catch passes. Quarterbacks touch the ball on almost every play and are integral to the successes or failures of an offense, but only the center touches the ball every single offensive snap.
Nine different Texas A&M-Corpus Christi pitchers made their way to the mound at UFCU Disch-Falk Field on Tuesday night. Four of them gave up multiple runs and two more surrendered a run apiece. Mutli-RBI nights from Mitchell Daly (4), Cam Williams (2), Ivan Melendez (3), and Trey Faltine (3) helped Texas cruise to a 14-4 victory.