By: Justin and Eric While many fret about recruiting we'll begin with what's truly important -- preparation for the upcoming season. We can't say every day has been record breaking, but the good news is, a bad day of running or lifting is measurably better than good days last year. That underlines what we've been saying, the team is stronger and faster than at any other point in the Herman tenure. That's not an opinion.
I know the Humidor is more easily digestible for those on the go but I got in a little late and am now chasing the kid around so it'll be tough to write up. In between racing him to the dog bowl I'll answer questions. I'm sure you have a lot of them. Team info, new injury report, and all the questions you have for the Humidor.
The Texas staff is preparing for a busy summer as the contact period comes to en end. Official visits are lined up for June as the Class of 2020 continues to grow. UT looks great, but there are programs to watch. We break it all down in the Humidor.
As we approach the beginning of summer, the slow pace of the 2020 cycle will pick up speed. The early stages of the race are the climb before the plateau of July and finally the descent filled with curves, dangerous speeds, and potential glory. Not everyone has the legs for it, but the Texas staff has proven it does. Details on top targets in 2020 and latest on Shaka Smart in the Humidor.
The most important scrimmage of the week isn't Saturday, it occurred on Wednesday when the first and second team each went about 30 plays. Predictably, the offense won. The defense didn't play too poorly, other than shooting itself in the foot with penalties. Today's practice was much lighter, and mainly just a rehearsal for Saturday's production.
The IT Staff provides an in-depth look at the way off-season workouts are run and who's impressed during Yancy McKnight's time with the team. Then, we look at who the Longhorns are looking to add to #cloUT2020 in the secondary and along the offensive line. It's Friday, it's the Humidor.