STEVE EDMOND RUMORS & GOSSIP

Texas' talented, but inexperienced linebackers tabbed as state's best

Like the rest of the Texas Longhorns defense, the linebacker position has to reboot after losing key contributors from last season's squad.Top performers Cedric Reed and Steve Edmond are gone, but there's enough returning, albeit inexperienced, talent combined with exciting incoming freshmen that the Horns' linebacker unit should remain mighty stout. The Longhorns' talent at the...
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May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Sorry I'm not sorry: Ranking the best and worst apologies in Big 12 history

Last Thursday, five days after he said them, Texas linebacker Steve Edmond issued an apology for incendiary comments about conference rival Baylor, who beat the Longhorns in a winner-take-all game for the Big 12 title at the end of the 2013 season. It seemed a little unnecessary and oddly timed, until the Big 12 dropped a devastating PUBLIC REPRIMAND the following day.  It all felt...
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April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas LB Edmond apologizes for Baylor 'trash' talk

Texas linebacker Steve Edmond says he's sorry for talking a little trash to the Longhorns neighbors to the north: Baylor.  "I need to apologize for what I said about the Baylor program last week. I respect them for everything they've accomplished," Edmond said in a release on Thursday night. "I've been so frustrated over not being able to play in last year's game and our loss to...
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April 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Baylor 'trash?' Briles not bothered

Art Briles doesn't sound too bothered by Texas linebacker Steve Edmond calling his Baylor program "trash." After Saturday's spring game, Edmond referred to Baylor's program as "trash" and argued that Texas was a better team, despite dropping a 30-10 decision in the season finale with the Big 12 title on the line. "Well, that's alright," Briles said on Tuesday's Big 12 coaches teleconference...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Why 'Baylor sucks' is a big problem for Texas

Texas defensive coordinator Vance Bedford likes to tell a story. It most often comes out when he glances down and sees a $200 pair of Nikes on his players' feet. Back in the 1960s, Converses were America's must-have shoe. That included Bedford's hometown of Beaumont, Texas. Converses--Chuck Taylors, to be specific--cost $12. Half a century ago, that was a lot more than it sounds...
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April 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Longhorns LB Steve Edmond out with lacerated liver

Texas Longhorns linebacker Steve Edmond was knocked out int he 2nd quarter  in their 41-16 win over Texas Tech and did not return. It was later determined that he suffered a pretty gruesome injury you don't hear too often - a lacerated liver, the school announced Friday, via College Football Talk. The loss of Edmond is big blow to the Longhorn's defense, as their latest win...
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November 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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