Editor's note: This is the first part of a weeklong series breaking down Texas' most important spring position battles when the Longhorns begin practice in two weeks. Moving on: Texas is losing, statistically, one of the best wide receivers in its program's history in Mike Davis.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Mike Davis and Jaxon Shipley aren't practicing, and that just might be a good thing. As strange as it sounds, Texas' top two wide receivers spending the first week of fall camp sidelined ended up proving beneficial for the Longhorns offense.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Each week, Sean Adams looks at a few topics around the Texas Longhorns and college football. First Down: Up tempo is even faster now Many schools, Oregon included, use tempo in their offense and speed it up after achieving first downs.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Each week, I look at a few topics around the Texas Longhorns and college football. First down: Few O-linemen in 2014 class Expect Texas to concentrate on the 2015 offensive line class -- it already has three rising juniors committed -- and to stick with one or two offensive linemen in the 2014 class.
We're kicking off this year's Meet the Freshmen series with the member of Texas' 15-man signing class that Longhorns fans know the least about: Montrel Meander. The Amarillo (Texas) Palo Duro wide receiver was the final piece of the class, committing two days before signing day.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas A&M was the talk of the state in 2013 with its 32-man recruiting class. Don't be shocked if Texas comes close to those numbers with its 2014 class. As always, it's a matter of math.
Only three days after Texas coaches first contacted a Washington State commit, he has flipped his verbal pledge and will sign with the Longhorns. Three-star Amarillo (Texas) Palo Duro receiver Montrel Meander confirmed to HornsNation in a text message that he's committed to Texas.
Texas hasn't given up on its search for one more wide receiver for its 2013 class. On the final weekend of official visits, a three-star prospect is flying down to Austin to see what Texas has to offer.
Amarillo (Texas) Palo Duro teammates and best friends Montrel Meander and Charleston White have committed to the Cougars, according to multiple sources. Both players traveled to Washington State over the weekend for an official visit.
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