Legendary Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer has long been a thorn in the side of the University of Texas. But as both programs engineer their way out of the Big 12 and into the SEC, Switzer is issuing a warning for both proud programs.
The Texas Longhorns continued their recruiting momentum on Wednesday morning, when talented Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) linebacker Ehogan Kerry committed to the program. Kerry comes from the same high school as Steve Sarkisian's son, Brady, who is also a linebacker for the Monarchs.
Plus: Quinn Ewers’ high school coach speaks out Officials with the Big 12 conference – what’s left of it anyway – and the PAC-12 met yesterday to discuss the viability of a potential merger, among other options, multiple outlets report.
Just days after earning his offer, Mater Dei standout Eoghan Kerry is a Longhorn. In the days after extending a late offer during their major pool party recruiting event over the weekend, the Texas Longhorns have landed a pledge from versatile Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei linebacker Eoghan Kerry, he announced on Wednesday morning.
Kevin Durant breaks a record, and add another medal to the count for UT’s Olympians in Tokyo. As of this writing on the night of Tuesday, August 3, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are well over half-way done, with roughly five days of competition left before the closing ceremonies on Sunday.
Plus: Another Longhorn bring home an Olympic medal Before the Texas Longhorns eventually landed on joining the SEC, 247Sports reports that university officials explored the possibility of going to the ACC and Big Ten conferences.
If you thought the Texas Longhorns did well in the 2021 NBA Draft, look ahead to 2022 and you can see some significant potential. We’re not JUST talking about guards Andrew Jones and Courtney Ramey, the holdovers from the Shaka Smart regime who are two of the elite returning guards in the Big 12 entering this season.
DALLAS - Eight-year-old football celebrity Madden San Miguel steps out of a rumbling Lamborghini Huracán, with a "Baby Gronk" diamond chain around his neck, shouting "I don't play football because I love it, I play for the money!" The Instagram video has been watched and shared thousands of times.
Buckle up, Longhorn Nation. It was a crazy month of July for UT athletics, but now we're just about a month away from opening kickoff against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns as the start of a new era for Texas football will begin.
Over the weekend, recruits nationwide gathered in Austin, Texas to visit Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns. Most notably, on Saturday the Longhorns picked up a commitment from elite 2022 defensive end Derrick Brown.
The Texas Longhorns added another impressive name to their 2022 class on Saturday afternoon when Texas High (Texarkana, TX) edge rusher Derrick Brown committed to the program. Brown picked the Longhorns over the Baylor Bears, the other member of the final two he released this spring.
The Texas High standout is a key piece to the defensive class for Texas. The Texas Longhorns continue to cash in on the momentum created from the flurry of June visits as four-star edge rusher Derrick Brown made his pledge to the Longhorns on Saturday.
Bijan Robinson, who is projected to be a Heisman candidate, will be one of college football’s most exciting players this coming season. On Friday, Robinson was named to the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award Watch List (also known as the 2021 Player of the Year award).
A future Longhorn wins a silver medal, but two past gold medalists have their Olympics end in disappointment. The 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan are nearing the halfway point of competition, and we’re now a full week removed from the opening ceremonies.