Last week, we started our series on the best-case and worst-case scenarios for each Big 12 team. The premise of these fun posts is to examine what the season might look like if everything falls into place for each school -- the best-case scenario for 2014.
The last two weeks, we've been examining the strongest and weakest positions for each team in the Big 12 heading into the fall. We continue the series with the Texas Longhorns: Strongest position: Running back Not only does Texas have the best one-two punch at running back in the Big 12, the Longhorns might also have the league's best two overall running backs.
about 62 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
The NFL draft gets underway in a matter of hours so we decided to have a little fun on the Big 12 blog today. The premise: What could things be like if college football, and the Big 12 in particular, acquired players via a draft instead of recruiting?
about 75 days ago | ESPN.com staff | Texas Longhorns
AUSTIN, Texas -- Our five to watch series continues this week with a closer look at a group of incoming freshmen who could be in line to help the Longhorns right away in 2014. You won't see Texas' highest-rated pledge at the top of the list, because this is not exclusively about star ratings.
Editor's note: This week we're taking a closer look at five key takeaways from Texas' spring practices and what they mean for the summer and beyond. AUSTIN, Texas -- If not for that foot, this might not be a discussion.
This week's "Take Two" topic: Who will be Texas' starting quarterback in the Longhorns' Aug. 30 opener against North Texas? Take 1: Max Olson -- David Ash When is the last time we saw David Ash at his best?
about 92 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
AUSTIN, Texas -- Charlie Strong tried to play coy. Well, either that or he didn't understand the question. The question posed Tuesday was whether the first-year Texas coach can envision a quarterback joining this Longhorns program in the summer and competing for the starting job.
David Ash's broken foot is yet another blow to the Texas quarterback and his chances of locking down the starting quarterback job in 2014. Ash missed the majority of the 2013 with concussion-like symptoms but was looking to get off to a fresh, and healthy, start under new coach Charlie Strong.
about 102 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Texas Longhorns