It’s hard to top the 2016 Orange and White game for being one of the most revelatory spring scrimmages Texas has ever had. I had two substantial takeaways from watching it, the first was the biggest and more obvious one.
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.
In the class of 2022 in-state specifically, there have been over 60 offers made by the Longhorns. With that said, there are several prospects IT believes Texas should offer. The reason IT believes the prospects should be offered could be the trend at a position, prospects IT believes are too good not to be offered, and prospects that are projected to be risers in May and next season.
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.