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This week's Twitter mailbag includes Charlie Strong's job security and what would happen if TCU, Baylor and Oklahoma all finished 11-1.
The Longhorns have struggled to create a pass rush, which has been a staple even during the past few down seasons at Texas.
Many coaches have switched from one sideline to the other in the Red River rivalry, which comes with its own brand of awkwardness.
H.S. coaches backing Charlie Strong
After a 1-4 start, the Texas coach is seeing people call for his job. But the state's high school coaches have a lot of pull and they feel he should get more time to make his mark with the Texas program. How come (Insider)
Charlie Strong still has the support of a key group -- Texas high school coaches -- even if some think he must refine his recruiting tactics.
The Week 6 viewers' guide in the Big 12 focuses on the Red River Showdown between Oklahoma and Texas, but there are a few other intriguing matchups.
Due to flooding in South Carolina, the Gamecocks will play a "home game" at LSU. The Tigers, however, will not get to host recruits.
Three things that stand out going into the Red River Showdown between Oklahoma and Texas on Saturday.
The Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies don’t battle head-to-head on as many prospects these days as some would think. In the 2016 class, there is one very key battle in the balance.
This week's edition of the Big 12 Roundtable discusses if Oklahoma is a real contender, if Oklahoma State can become one, and if Texas can make a bowl.
When Oklahoma's offense takes the field Saturday, the Sooners will feature a quarterback and a running back raised on the wrong side of the Red River.
Heather Dinich, Chris Low and Edward Aschoff discuss the recent mock selection meetings, debate which classic rivalry will re-emerge sooner and chat with Phil Steele.
Struggling programs and the rise of others has seen the annual OU-Texas game lose significance among recruits.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
According to Accuweather, it is expected to be 74 degrees and mostly sunny for kickoff at the Red River Showdown in Dallas.
Smart, Texas land No. 56 recruit Banks
Shaka Smart got his first ESPN 100 pickup for 2016 when the sixth-ranked center in the country, James Banks, picked the Longhorns. "I felt like Texas made me such a priority," Banks told ESPN. "Coach Smart is a genuine person and all the players I spoke with were real supportive of him. I believe he will be there for me as a coach and as a person."
A win over Oklahoma would be what Texas needs to turn around its disastrous season. Are the Longhorns capable of pulling the upset?
The Big 12's marquee rivalry starts Week 6 with Oklahoma and Texas meeting at noon ET in the Cotton Bowl. Here are our picks.