WATCH: HIGHLIGHTS | Zack Hess career-high 10 strikeouts, LSU routes Texas 13-4

Following his game against Notre Dame last week, sophomore pitcher Zack Hess played one of his best games as an LSU Tiger. Hess put up a career-high 10 strikeouts against the Texas Longhorns. Hess only allowed two runs in his six pitched innings. Moreover, the Tigers' hitters showed great production for the second straight game. LSU scored eight of their 13 runs in the first three...
Via LSU Tigers Athletics
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Jones released from hospital, will receive outpatient treatment for leukemia

Back in January, Texas Longhorns sophomore guard Andrew Jones was diagnosed with leukemia. On Monday, he and his family got some great news, as he was released from the hospital to begin outpatient treatment to continue addressing the cancer. This is more good news on top of a recent statement released by his family.“We do want everyone to know that in the last two weeks, Andrew...
Via Sportsnaut
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Tillman and Johnny Williams’ winding journey at VCU nearing its end

It’s unusual for collegiate basketball players to play for two coaches during their short four-year playing careers. Johnny Williams and Justin Tillman played for three. Tillman and Williams arrived on campus in Richmond, Virginia to a much different landscape as freshman four years ago. There were a part of the greatest recruiting class in VCU history and were seen as key players...
Via isportsweb.com
18 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas vs West Virginia Recap

Junior forward Jordan Hosey sat down with senior Brooke McCarty and sophomore Joyner Holmes after the Longhorns defeated West Virginia to move on to the Big 12 Championship final.
Via Texas Longhorns Athletics
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Mo Bamba laughs off question about returning for sophomore season

Mo Bamba brushed off a question about returning for his sophomore season with laughter.Bamba arrived at Texas as a highly-touted recruit as has not disappointed during his first year on campus. The 19-year-old big man has averaged 13 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 3.8 blocks per game this season on the way to All-Big 12 honors.While Bamba has enjoyed a successful freshman season, the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas Men’s Basketball Tuesday practice at Sprint Center

The Longhorns arrived in Kansas City and prepared for their first round game of the Big 12 Tournament.
Via Texas Longhorns Athletics
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas grad transfer OT target Calvin Anderson sets decision date

The Longhorns are one of four finalists. The Texas Longhorns are in a position to significantly alter the dynamic of the 2018 offensive line if new co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Herb Hand can reel in graduate transfer offensive tackle Calvin Anderson, who left the Rice program this spring: Five-star wide receiver Jordan Whittington is also set to announce on Saturday...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
15 days ago

Texas G Kerwin Roach has tooth knocked out after being elbowed

Kerwin Roach’s time at the Big 12 Tournament may end up including a trip to a dentist.The junior guard appeared to lose a tooth (or part of one) during Wednesday’s game against Iowa State after being elbowed in the mouth. A teammate picked up Roach’s tooth off the floor, as the guard exited the game. He checked back into the game later in the first half for the Longhorns.Roach is...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas football ends offseason conditioning with ‘Sun’s out, guns out’ event

In which we unexpectedly discover Craig Naivar’s alter ego. Before the Texas Longhorns take a week off for spring break, the coaches staged a “Sun’s out, guns out” event to officially end the offseason conditioning program. Texas will start spring practice after the break. Pictures of the event offered some opportunities to assess the progress of certain players, a favored offseason...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
13 days ago

Stanford evens out the series as No. 23 Texas falls 7-1 to Cardinal in game two

The Texas Longhorns couldn’t get anything going tonight as the offense struggled against the Cardinal pitching Coming into this week, I expected this series to come down to pitching from both teams. I was pleasantly surprised the way Texas jumped on Stanford last night, and maintained constant pressure on the scoreboard. Tonight, however, I expected a plethora of great pitching due...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
13 days ago

Rice OT grad transfer Calvin Anderson chooses Texas over Auburn, Michigan, Oklahoma

The Longhorns now have their left tackle for the 2018 season. Rice graduate transfer offensive tackle Calvin Anderson has made his decision, and that means the Texas Longhorns added arguably the most significant addition to their 2018 class on Saturday, as Anderson announced via Twitter his intention to return to Austin and join the Longhorns over his three other finalists, Auburn...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
12 days ago

Texas makes the NCAA Tournament

The Longhorns just learned their fate during the NCAA Tournament Selection Show. A rollercoaster season for the Texas Longhorns has reached the final stretch with the team’s selection to the NCAA Tournament. After winning three of its final five games, with the losses coming on the road against Kansas and against Texas Tech in the Big 12 Tournament, Texas sits at 19-14 on the season...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
11 days ago

Texas makes ‘huge jump’ with 5-star OT Kenyon Green on weekend visit

Mission accomplished. One of the most important storylines for Texas Longhorns recruiting in recent weeks was whether the staff could get Humble Atascosita offensive tackle Kenyon Green on campus and surge in his recruitment. This weekend, Green visited Austin and the ‘Horns are now seemingly solidly in the mix for his services: Entering the weekend, Texas A&M was the prohibitive...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
11 days ago

2018 NCAA Tournament: Texas Longhorns

NCAA Tournament scouting report: Texas
Via CBSSports.com
11 days ago

Texas Is In the Tourney, Now Decide Their Fate

The Texas Longhorns have made it to the NCAA Tournament, thanks in large part to them winning enough games to qualify. #Analysis Texas will face the Nevada Nevadans....Nevadians....Nevadarians...somebody on Friday with a tip time of about 3:30 PM CT on TBS. The game will hopefully be called by somebody other than Reggie Miller. More to the point, Texas is back in the tournament...
Via Barking Carnival
11 days ago

Jordan Whittington’s commitment should help push Texas recruiting momentum

Shhh. Recent visits are helping the Longhorns counter early Aggies momentum as the class added a key recruiter. In the 2015 recruiting class, Malik Jefferson’s magnetic personality helped earn him comparisons to Tim Tebow from then-head coach Charlie Strong. During the current cycle, Jordan Whittington could take on a similar role for the Texas Longhorns. The consensus five-star...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
10 days ago

WATCH: Volleyball visits President Fenves’ office

The Longhorns celebrated their 2017 Big 12 Championship with the UT President last week.
Via Texas Longhorns Athletics
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas baseball heads to Fayetteville to face No. 5 Arkansas

Texas Longhorns baseball faces yet another stiff challenge against a top five opponent, as David Pierce’s team will play a key two game series against No. 5 Arkansas. After dropping the final three games of the series to No. 3 Stanford last weekend, Texas Longhorns baseball (9-7) will face another stiff test in a two game series against No. 5 Arkansas (11-4). The games will be at...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
9 days ago

Texas baseball loses fourth straight, falls to No. 5 Arkansas 13-4

The Longhorns have been hard pressed to pick up wins against top opponents. Texas Longhorns baseball (9-8) lost its fourth straight game on Tuesday afternoon, falling 13-4 to No. 5 Arkansas (12-4) in Fayetteville. It’s hard to say much else other than if Texas’ pitching can’t be good, Texas baseball can’t be good. The ‘Horns, who have built their status as a college baseball blue...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
8 days ago

Texas baseball can’t complete comeback, lose to Arkansas 7-5

The ‘Horns mounted a rally late, but couldn’t overcome an early deficit to drop their fifth straight game. The Texas Longhorns (9-9) dropped their fifth straight game on Wednesday afternoon, losing to the No. 5 Arkansas Razorbacks, 7-5. It’s a game script and a result that has been all too familiar for Texas when they play against ranked opponents. Texas scored first in the game...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
7 days ago

Legendary former Texas baseball coach Augie Garrido passes away

The Longhorn community just lost one of its most iconic figures. Early on Thursday morning, legendary former Texas Longhorns baseball coach Augie Garrido passed away at the age of 79. Garrido was recently hospitalized after suffering a stroke. “This is a very, very sad day,” athletics director Chris Del Conte said in a release. “We lost one of the greatest coaches of all time, a...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
7 days ago

Texas among top 10 for 4-star ILB Shammond Cooper

One of the top-ranked linebacker prospects in the nation has Texas in his top 10. Shammond Cooper, an elite inside linebacker out of Saint Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic with 30 offers to date, has trimmed his list of options to just 10 schools. The Texas Longhorns are among those 10 schools, along with Oklahoma, Clemson, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Ohio State, Kentucky, Missouri...
Via Burnt Orange Nation
7 days ago

Texas Longhorns Baseball Coach Augie Garrido Dies at 79

The Texas Longhorns lost a legend on Thursday. Former UT baseball coach Augie Garrido died early Thursday morning at 79 years old. According to the University, Garrido had been in the hospital following a stroke. Garrido had a 48-year career as a college baseball coach. His accolades include three national titles as Cal State Fullerton […]
Via Heartland College Sports
7 days ago

Shaka Smart ‘heartbroken’ by passing of Augie Garrido

Augie Garrido made a bigger impact on college baseball than arguably any coach in history, but his influence was clearly felt across collegiate athletics as a whole.Garrido died on Thursday after being hospitalized following a stroke suffered over the weekend. The five-time College World Series champion was 79. After news of his passing surfaced, an emotional Texas basketball coach...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Longhorn Legend Augie Garrido gone at age 79

The all-time winningest coach in NCAA history and five time national champion died from complications due to a stroke. During his time at Texas, he led the Longhorns to Omaha eight times and the Longhorns won the national title twice. Beyond his considerable professional accomplishments, Augie was always wise, entertaining and thoughtful. He believed baseball and sports had...
Via Barking Carnival
7 days ago
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