On Tuesday we discussed the in-state and/or in-conference foes who have the nerve to recruit players who by birthright should be going to the University of Texas. Today we’ll look at an equal enemy, those dastardly poachers who slink in under the cover of darkness and bag big-game trophies.
The frustration of Longhorn fans after viewing the latest installment of the Leprechaun horror series can probably best be summed up as severe disappointment that this program is still so far away from measuring up to the national programs that Texas has always called peers.
Notre Dame game film has streamed nonstop this month on television monitors inside the Texas football complex. Now, the Longhorns begin scheming in earnest for Notre Dame, coach Charlie Strong said Saturday.
Texas hasn’t done itself any favors with pre-conference scheduling over the last few years as the crucial final season for Mack and inaugural season for Strong lacked easy victories of the sort that Bill Snyder and Art Briles regularly find.