Found March 17, 2014 on FatManWriting:
Over the weekend college basketball fans were treated to a number of awesome games and great finishes, but for two schools there was also some news about the future that was pretty big. It seems that current and future players for the Texas Longhorns and Washington Huskies are going to need their passports in 2015.They are going to China.@SBNationGIF/TwitterThe two teams are going to open the 2015-16 season in Shanghai. American teams--pro and college-- have travelled to China for exhibition games in the past, but this will be the firs time that a regular season game will take place there.Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott had this to say:“The Pac-12 and our universities are proud to be pioneers in China,” Scott said. “This event is a great step forward for our initiative designed to use sport and cultural exchange to support the international strategies that many of our universities have embarked on to extend their reach into China.” As a former AD of a Pac-12 school, Texas Athletic D...

Texas boots FB Moss, DB Scott for rules violations

Texas fullback Chet Moss and defensive back Leroy Scott have been dismissed from the team for violating unspecified team rules, coach Charlie Strong announced Sunday. Both players were headed for their senior seasons at UT, although neither had been a major contributor so far. Moss played in 27 games, mostly on special teams, during his first three seasons. He started one game at...

Chet Moss and Leroy Scott are ex-Texas Longhorns, dismissed for rules violations.

Chet Moss and Leroy Scott are ex-Texas Longhorns. Texas head coach Charlie Strong announced on Sunday that Moss, a defensive back, and Scott, a fullback had been dismissed for the ever-vague "unspecified violations of team rules." They are the first players dismissed by Strong since he became Scott recovered three fumbles in 2013, and was named the Longhorns' co-special...

Texas Football Team Dismisses Chet Moss & Leroy Scott

New Texas Longhorns football coach is starting his tenure off by letting his new team know he’s not going to allow certain things to happen amongst his squad. CBS Sports reports that Strong has dismissed senior FB Chet Moss and DB Leroy Scott for unspecified violations of team rules. Scott primarily played on special teams for the Longhorns but was named co-special teams player...

Texas dismisses FB Chet Moss, DB Leroy Scott

Roster attrition is a fact of life for programs who have undergone a coaching turnover, and it's no surprise that Texas won't be an exception under Charlie Strong. Per, Strong and the Longhorns announced Sunday the dismissal of two veteran players -- rising senior fullback Chet Moss and rising senior defensive back Leroy Scott -- for unspecified violations of...

ASU to face Texas in NCAA Tournament

The NCAA Tournament Committee’s selections were announced Sunday afternoon, and the Arizona State Sun Devils are the 10th seed in the Midwest region and will face the 7th seeded Texas Longhorns on Thursday, March 20th in Milwaukee. Tip-off time to be announced later today.

What Seed Did Texas Get In The 2014 NCAA Tournament?

Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Texas Longhorns were given a 7-seed in the Midwest-region. They are coached by Rick Barnes and hail from the Big 12 conference. You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket. Where: They will open play against Arizona State in Milwaukee on Thursday. Why: UT finished the regular season with a 11...

Longhorns dismiss 2 for violating team rules

Texas Longhorns defensive back Leroy Scott and fullback Chet Moss were dismissed due to unspecified violations of team rules, the school announced.
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