Johnathan Gray is finally a focal point of the Texas Longhorns offense. Now a senior, he's also focused on another area this team, and the offensive unit to be sure, desperately needs -- leadership. "Right now, my mindset is being more of a vocal leader for the team, and not just for myself or my running back room, but for everybody in the locker room," Gray said during a sit-down...
Texas coaches are hopeful they haven't seen the best of running back Johnathan Gray. The senior-to-be hasn't lived up to the great expectations that followed him out of high school, but injuries more than anything have impeded his path to greatness with the Longhorns. Gray stands out among five Texas players that Bleacher Report has grouped as the Longhorns' most consistent performers...
Johnathan Gray is finally getting a solo act. The senior running back will be Texas' featured rusher in 2015, a first for the once-coveted player out of Texas high school powerhouse Aledo, whose rocky career is down to his final season of eligibility. After injuries and setbacks and sharing the backfield with Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron, Gray is healthy and prepared to get his...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Johnathan Gray scored three touchdowns and Texas inched closer to a possible bowl game in head coach Charlie Strong's first season with a 33-16 win over No. 24 West Virginia on Saturday. Gray scored on runs of 39, 2 and 15 yards as Texas (5-5, 4-3 Big 12) ended a streak of nine straight home losses to ranked opponents. The Longhorns need to win one of their final...
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