Gilbert, players address questions still surrounding Horns

There remains a lot of mystery surrounding the 2016 Texas Longhorns football team. Fans still are not entirely sure what they will see on Sunday when offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert’s offense steps on the field for the first time. Not only do they not know what the offense will really look like, but also who will take the first snaps at quarterback. Everybody in the program has been quiet on the subject.

The Great Offensive Line Gold Rush of 2017

For years, many of us wondered where the depth of quality offensive line prospects were. Despite Texas consistently landing its first choices at the position, there just weren't a whole lot of options. Sure, A&M went on a great run of offensive line evaluation and development, but they were about the only ones, save some scatter-shots like Spencer Drango at Baylor and Le'Raven Clark at Texas Tech.
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Inside the Humidor – 6/27/16

In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’re back to a tidbits format. There really isn’t a lot of information that can be gleaned from a squad who continues to just run and lift but we’ve got some information on the workouts and how they’re going. Preparations for Notre Dame have also begun in earnest, even at the player level, and our source chimes in on that situation as well.
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Inside the Humidor – 6/13/16

In this mini edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ll give you an update on the strength and conditioning workouts the players are currently going through on the 40. We’ll also have a couple of depth charts items to watch. Sorry for the brevity, but there isn’t much currently to report on the football side of things, so we’ll leave you with these tidbits inside the Humidor.
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Inside the Humidor – Tuesday Edition

In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ve got some good team information all things considered as we head into the dog days of summer. While the offense should be feeling its oats coming off a stellar spring, the unit is not without serious concern. We’ll tell you what is keeping Sterlin Gilbert and company up at night and it’s not the quarterback position.

What the ’16 NFL Draft tells us about Texas

It is no secret that, with no disrespect to the upperclassmen, the University of Texas’ best players in 2015 were mostly freshmen. If current projections hold true, guys like John Burt, Conner Williams, Patrick Vahe, Chris Warren, Malik Jefferson, Holton Hill and Davante Davis could all have a career decision to make in January of 2018. That says nothing about the possible growth and maturation of DeShon Elliot, Anthony Wheeler and Charles Omenihu.