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Where does this Texas football team stand now? It’s an honest question that deserves an honest answer. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
The first non-Texas A&M Thanksgiving game couldn’t have gone any worse for the Longhorns. The team played from behind the entire night and was embarrassed on a national scale during a day when the entire nation was watching them self-destruct in the only college football game that was being played on Turkey Day. It’s been a roller coaster of a season and I think the most obvious thing we can take away from this game, if you haven’t already learned it, is that the fans, the media, and even the coaches really never know what Texas team will show up on a week to week basis. Sigh…
1. Recipe for Disaster: The blueprint for Texas to lose was almost perfect. Both quarterbacks turned the ball over badly in a game where they were going to need to be relied on more than most, since TCU has one of the nation’s best run defenses. The Longhorns ended the ...
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Gary Patterson is another coach that might look good in burnt orange. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me…. Or as Great White said “Once bitten twice shy.”
With a record of 8-2 and the TCU game looming the Texas coaching staff, players and fans had to feel fairly comfortable with where the team was after 10 games...
Is Texas running back Malcolm Brown healthy and thinking of transferring? Photo: Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE
A rumor is swirling that former 5 star recruit and current Longhorn Sophomore RB Malcolm Brown is wanting to transfer from Texas, possibly to Texas A&M. Surprisingly enough, I have not seen near the amount of people expressing a desire for Brown to remain a Longhorn as I...
Texas quarterback David Ash is questionable for the Kansas State game after suffering a rib injury against TCU. Photo: Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE
The Longhorns suffered a huge loss against the Horned Frogs on Thanksgiving night but the injury fallout from the game is equally as resounding. Running back Jeremy Hills suffered a lower leg injury after scoring the team’s only touchdown...
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Following an embarrassing 20-13 home loss by the Texas Longhorns to the TCU Horned Frogs, the goodwill cached by Mack Brown and company during a 4 game winning streak all but evaporated.
Watching Twitter, Facebook, and the Internet, it was easy to see the vast majority of fans wanted blood, and wanted it now. Even the hard core fans, ones who never wavered after...
The Longhorns were plagued by turnovers tonight including a fumble by Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash (14) in which TCU Horned Frogs defensive end Stansly Maponga (right) recovers during the second quarter. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
AUSTIN — Behind a daunting rush attack and forcing three first-half David Ash turnovers, TCU defeated Texas 20-13 at DKR-Texas...
Texas is making a change at quarterback, turning from banged-up starter David Ash to Case McCoy to lead the No. 23 Longhorns in their regular-season finale at No. 7 Kansas State.
McCoy, who hasn't started since the last game of the 2011 regular season, relieved Ash in a 20-13 loss to TCU on Thanksgiving.
While coach Mack Brown called the passing game ''inept''...
Texas coach Mack Brown says Case McCoy will start at quarterback this week for the No. 23 Longhorns at No. 7 Kansas State.
Starter David Ash is listed as questionable after a rib injury in last week's loss to TCU. Ash had three turnovers in the first half in one of his worst games of the season
McCoy led Texas (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) on a late touchdown drive against the Horned Frogs...
When Texas A&M packed up for the SEC last year, Texas decided it wanted to start a new Thanksgiving game tradition with new teams. Right now, the Longhorns may be wondering if some traditions are best left to run their course.
Behind a bruising running game – TCU attempted just 9 passes on the night – the Horned Frogs hammered out a 20-13 win over the error-prone ‘Horns...