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Foreman to forego senior season, enter NFL Draft

Junior running back D’Onta Foreman will forego his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL Draft, Foreman told reporters on Wednesday. Foreman, a Doak Walker Award finalist, Heisman candidate and holder of the Texas record for most consecutive games played with over 100 rushing yards leaves Texas after rushing for 2782 yards and 20 touchdowns in three seasons, including rushing for 2028 yards in 11 games during his junior season.
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Jayhawks rally to defeat Longhorns in overtime, 24-21

Lawrence, Kansas presented multiple opportunities for the Texas Longhorns. It could have given the team a chance to get bowl eligible with a win against Kansas after missing a bowl game last year. It could have given the team momentum heading into TCU. It could have given head coach Charlie Strong a stronger argument to return to coach a fourth year at Texas. Instead, Lawrence became a nightmare zone.
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Gilbert reviews WVU, talks Kansas, bowl game, challenges at UT

Prior to the West Virginia game, the Texas had yet to lose a game at Royal-Memorial Stadium. The Mountaineers came in and changed all that, and part of it was due to a stifling defense keeping Texas to a season low of 20 points. Offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert, even with the numbers his players put up, admitted just how good he thought the WVU defense was at Tuesday’s availability.
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Inside the Gameplan: What’s next for Texas?

The West Virginia game was the perfect microcosm of the limitations of this Texas team. The Longhorns have the most athletic roster in the entire conference and they play hard every week. In some respects, such as the run game, they’re also highly skilled, but mostly it’s just a team of great athletes fighting like hell every week to get the win. When it comes to the finer points of winning football games such as situational play, fundamentals, or special teams, fielding a pack of untrained dogs doesn't cut it.