Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports The Bears have wide receivers capable of making big plays, but can Charlie Brewer get them the football down the field? If the Texas Longhorns want to keep any hope alive at an outside shot at the Big 12 championship game, they need to win out.
Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Plus: Texas volleyball stays undefeated Texas Longhorns president Jay Hartzell spoke out Wednesday on whether the school’s band will perform “The Eyes of Texas” song, following a report in The Daily Texan that said the school band would not play the song and would not be attending the Baylor Bears game.
Andrew Dieb-USA TODAY Sports It’s hard to get a read on the Bears, who have just two games under their belt in Week 6. The Texas Longhorns got a much-needed week off to mend from injuries and to get things corrected following back-to-back losses.
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images Plus: Earl Thomas files grievance against the Ravens The Austin American-Statesman reports that Texas Longhorns senior quarterback Sam Ehlinger is opening up on why he elected to stay to sing “The Eyes of Texas” after the Longhorns fell to the Oklahoma Sooners earlier this month at the Red River Showdown.
Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports Shaka Smart and his former coaching assistant Jai Lucas will meet again in Lexington. The Texas Longhorns will travel to Rupp Arena in January for a matchup against John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats as part of this season’s Big 12-SEC Challenge on the hardwood, the conferences announced on Wednesday.
Andrew Dieb-USA TODAY Sports The injury to Jordan Whittington marks the only change on this week’s depth chart. Coming off a bye week, the Texas Longhorns will play the Baylor Bears at home on Saturday and released the depth chart on Tuesday.
Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Plus: ‘The Eyes’ controversy continues Former Austin American-Statesman photographer Nick Wagner is suing the handlers and owners of Bevo XV for negligence after the Texas Longhorns mascot made a matador-like pass at him prior to the 2019 Sugar Bowl, in which Texas beat the Georgia Bulldogs.
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images Texas is gaining some key players back this week, while losing one major piece. The Texas Longhorns went into the bye week with several players on the mend and a few more with fresh injuries.
247Sports The Longhorn staff put three new offers on the table for 2022 offensive linemen on Monday. Texas offensive line coach Herb Hand was a busy man today, as he and the Longhorn staff extended several offers to the 2022 recruiting class today.
Austin American-Statesman-USA TODAY NETWORK via Imagn Content Services, LLC The Longhorns need a strong showing against the Bears following the bye. The Texas Longhorns went into the bye week licking their wounds after back-to-back losses, needing to figure out how to right the ship.