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The knee injury to Texas wide receiver Jaxon Shipley is more serious than it originally appeared to be earlier this week. Shipley tweaked his knee in the first half of last Saturday’s win over Kansas — a 43-0 rout that really didn’t require his presence — but it was expected that Shipley would be good…
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Normally its not news when the Texas Longhorns win their sixth game and become bowl eligible but after the 5-7 disaster last year it is.Texas got win number six Saturday win a 52-20 crushing of Texas Tech in Austin.Freshman running back Joe Bergeron led the Horns with 195 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 29 carries. "It wasn’t easy. It took a lot of hard work." Joe...
RB Joe Bergeron, DE Jackson Jeffcoat and LB Emmanuel Acho all receive honors for their play against Texas Tech.
AUSTIN One injury release came out just before game time Saturday. Texas released the second one right after the game had started. And so the Longhorns entered their contest with Texas Tech down true freshmen Jaxon Shipley and Malcolm Brown, the team's leading receiver and leading rusher, respectively.
No Shipley, no Brown, no problem. Texas turned to two other true freshmen...
Freshman Joe Bergeron ran for 191 yards and three touchdowns and Texas used another punishing rushing performance to rout Texas Tech 52-20 on Saturday. Texas (6-2, 3-2 Big 12) is bowl-eligible after missing the postseason last year for the first time since 1997. Texas ran for 439 yards against one of the worst rushing defenses in the country.
Texas Tech will take the place of Texas A&M in next year's Thanksgiving game against the Texas Longhorns, according to a report.
The Longhorns- who traditionally have recruitment wrapped up about this time of year- are still on the prowl to fill the Class of 2012. Scout.com's National Recruiting Analyst Greg Powers joins Erin Hartigan to break down the most recent addition, Jalen Overstreet, and a commitment to watch for.
Texas collects 595 yards of total offense as freshman running back Joe Bergeron leads the Horns with three touchdowns.
The Longhorns will play Rice and a pair of SEC schools in their bi-annual trip to Minute Maid Park's tournament.