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Coach Rich Rodriguez and Arizona received a huge boost when Texas transfer Connor Brewer announced he will playing for the Wildcats.
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Former Texas quarterback Connor Brewer is headed to Arizona.
Brewer announced on Twitter Monday night that he is transferring from Texas to Arizona. He will be eligible in 2014.
Brewer was one of the nation's highest-rated quarterbacks in 2012 after leading Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., to three straight state titles and tossing a state-record 100 touchdown passes...
Former Texas quarterback Connor Brewer has picked his next home. The redshirt freshman left Austin this summer and committed to play for Arizona and...
Former Texas quarterback Connor Brewer won three state titles in high school and transferred out of the Texas program into Arizona’s to get the playing time that he felt that he deserved.
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Former Texas QB Connor Brewer will come back home to Arizona
It looks like Arizona is turning into Scottsdale Chaparral South. And that Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez is stockpiling quality quarterbacks for the future.
Arizona received a verbal commitment from former University of Texas QB Connor Brewer (6-foot-2, 195 pounds) late Monday night, giving UA a bevy of former Firebirds on UA's roster and a handful of young quarterbacks who will...
#hookem RT @ChuckCarltonDMN: Longhorn Network adds Texas- Kansas, making three UT games (NM State, Mississippi) on LHN.
— Austin Texas Exes (@AustinTexasExes) July 29, 2013
Yep, you read that right. Another one.
On Monday it was announced that a third game was added to the array of 2013 University of Texas football games scheduled to air exclusively on the Longhorn Network...
The Longhorns held their first ever Texas Stampede this weekend in Austin. And the feedback from the event, which drew in only the top high school prospects from around the state, was a smashing success.
Gladewater’s Daylon Mack, Whitehouse’s Justin Dunning, and Malik Jefferson of Mesquite Poteet were some of the biggest names to attend. When it was all said and done, Texas garnered...