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Javan Felix underwent successful surgery on his left hip on October 1.
Felix is the leading returning scorer for Texas.
Felix was expected to carry a significant portion of the offense as he replaces Myck Kabongo at point guard.
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Texas sophomore point guard Javan Felix has undergone surgery on his left hip and is not practicing with the team.
Athletic trainer Eric Fry did not disclose the nature of the injury or when it happened. Fry said Wednesday that Felix had surgery on Oct. 1 and is expected to make a full recovery. He said there was no specific timetable for Felix's return.
Felix started 23 games...
BY J.P. SCOTT ON OCTOBER 10, 2013
If you’re like me, you are not a fan of the Texas Longhorns. Actually, unless you are from Texas, you likely aren’t a fan of the Texas Longhorns.
Because of that, the 2013 college football season must seems especially sweet to fans all over America. We’ve watched the Longhorns get blown out by BYU and Ole Miss while needing a terrible call...
The last couple of years have been great ones for Texas A&M; a top five finish, Heisman trophy winner, soon to be upgraded stadium, one of the top recruiting classes in the country--and that's just the football team.
The Longhorns on the other hand--not so much.
The general perception was that the Aggies would struggle when they moved to the SEC, but instead Texas...
The Red River Rivalry is almost here — Texas and Oklahoma square off this weekend in Dallas. The Longhorns, despite all of the negative attention surrounding Mack Brown, are off to a 2-0 start in conference play, and it’s safe to say that the whole school is excited about trying to stay undefeated, especially against the Sooners.
The cheerleaders, in particular, are showing some...
Texas head football coach Mack Brown.
Pete Thamel has found a new target. Following in the footsteps of the universally derided and discredited five-part Sports Illustrated expose of Oklahoma State, Thamel heads to Austin, Tx. to take aim at the Texas Longhorns. Luckily for everyone involved (including the reader), Thayer Evans was left behind this time.
I am all for some good-natured trash talk. It can make the game a little more fun and liven up the days leading up to the game making the anticipation for kickoff get bigger and bigger everyday until the whistle blows and the game begins.
However, for it to really be effective it needs to be done in the right ways--or in this case the right spot.
If you happened to be dining at Romano’s Macaroni Grill in Dallas on Thursday night, you were treated to a show from the Texas Longhorns cheerleaders.