The prequel to the Inside Scoop Part II (by Cook), this version talks Eagles landing, Tight End Recruiting including the Mustapha, closer look at 2019 QB targets after Roschon dropped, Bobby Brown's outlook, and more quotes Post-Stars at Night. Nahlin and Wells bring the goods.
The Stars at Night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas. So are the prospects headed to Austin today for UT's final HS camp before fall camp begins on July 31st. We've got the roster with notes and tidbits in each invitee. It's hot outside so come inside the Humidor where its loaded with info and goodies.
There isn't one month on the CFB calendar more dull than July. Coaches are taking vacations, players are going home to rest up before the dreaded August heat and grind of 2-a-days. This is the month that can separate the good from the great. Some guys get content while others use it as an opportunity to get better. Here's the schedule for Texas Football in the middle of the year.
With over 50 prospects on hand for Saturday's Orange-White game, the feedback was good as the attendance was surprising. And that's one of the reasons for these scrimmages; to have fun, generate excitement in the program, and wrap up Spring ball in a positive manner. Mission accomplished.
In what is shaping up to be an epic Junior Day roster, Tom Herman's first event is already gathering steam on a national level with an inordinate amount of out-of-state players joining some of the best prospects the state of Texas has to offer. All in the Inside Scoop.
Like all new coaches, Herman wanted to come in and let everyone know who was in charge. If you think he cares that he seemed abrasive he doesn't. It's all part of the process, and it's no different than any other coach. Recall Strong telling the team, "you just got a good staff fired." This and more inside the Humidor.