Now that they've signed their letters of intent, Texas' incoming recruits can officially toss their stars in the trash. They don't matter now. While such ratings and rankings are helpful throughout the recruiting process, they mean nothing once a kid sets foot on campus and joins the program.
Oklahoma was the big recruiting winner of the Big 12 this past week. The Sooners helped their program with big-time commitments in the 2014 and 2015 classes. Additionally, the Big 12 welcomed a new head coach in Texas' Charlie Strong, which could result in major recruiting news as national signing day rapidly approaches.
about 197 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Charlie Strong has officially been named Mack Brown's successor at Texas. It's a move that appears to get thumbs up from many of his future athletes. As 2014 Texas recruits waited to hear who would be their future head coach, many of them were hoping for the right fit.
about 198 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
The inevitable is now a reality. At the start of 2014, Mack Brown will no longer be the head coach of the Texas Longhorns. After a week of drama within the Forty Acres that would make some soap operas jealous, one of college football's most interesting stories was stamped with an ending.
about 219 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Everything was set up so perfectly for the Longhorns prior to kickoff on Saturday afternoon. They came in riding a six-game winning streak with a chance to make it seven against a marquee opponent in Oklahoma State, who was in search of its sixth straight victory.
about 247 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail
Go ahead and mark this down as the biggest recruiting weekend of the season for the Texas Longhorns. It would have been impossible to comprehend that statement in mid-September when turmoil was at an all-time high around the program following back-to-back demoralizing losses to BYU and Ole Miss.
about 249 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail