AUSTIN, Texas -- Mack Brown was trying to make sense of a lopsided home loss. It was Sept. 14. After losing 44-23 to Ole Miss, Brown tried to espouse hope and confidence about leading a troubled two-loss Texas team on a Big 12 title run.
AUSTIN, Texas - The touchdowns are usually all most people notice, and all they remember days later. The little plays, the ones that don't pop up during Sunday film review, get Mack Brown just as excited.
AUSTIN, Texas -- When it's time for coaches to assemble again for their annual convention, the president of the American Football Coaches Association might want to give a seminar on surviving tedious, stress-inducing rain delays.
After a brief but successful stint in 2004 as the Texas defensive coordinator, Greg Robinson wound up in Michigan calling defense by way of Syracuse. Robinson's two Michigan defenses, however, turned out to be among the worst in Wolverines history.
about 473 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
What if you combined the 2013 rosters of Oklahoma and Texas? Who would start? Who would ride the pine? SoonerNation and HornsNation have teamed up to answer that question: OFFENSE QB: Blake Bell, Oklahoma This was the toughest call to make.
about 527 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Oklahoma delivered an eye-opener on the national landscape Saturday with its 63-21 win over Texas in the Red River Rivalry at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The Sooners dialed up play after play with great success against the Longhorns.
about 803 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Colleague KC Joyner took to ranking the nation's top two secondaries , but there's a pair of surprising teams at the top. The SEC is the league with the defensive reputation, but the nation's top two teams, Alabama and LSU, both finished below Texas and Oklahoma State, who Joyner says are the nation's No.
about 872 days ago | David Ubben | Oklahoma Sooners
October 13, 2012: vs. Texas (in Dallas) 2011 record: 8-5 | 2011 conference record: 4-5 (Big 12) OU's all-time against Texas: 42-59-5 Top returners: QB David Ash, RB Malcolm Brown, WR Marquise Goodwin, WR Jaxon Shipley, WR Mike Davis, OT Trey Hopkins, OT Josh Cochran, C Dominic Espinosa, DE Jackson Jeffcoat, DE Alex Okafor, DT Ashton Dorsey, LB Jordan Hicks, CB Quandre Diggs, CB Carrington Byndom, S Kenny Vaccaro Key losses: FB Cody Johnson, RB Fozzy Whittaker, G David Snow, DT Kheeston Randall, LB Emmanuel Acho, LB Keenan Robinson, S Blake Gideon, S Christian Scott, K Justin Tucker 2011 statistical leaders (*returners) Rushing: Malcolm Brown* (742 yards) Passing: David Ash* (1,068 yards) Receiving: Mike Davis* (609 yards) Tackles: Emmanuel Acho (131) Sacks: Jackson Jeffcoat* (7) Interceptions: Quandre Diggs* (4) What they're saying: "I think we're back more to '08.
about 899 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Kenny Vaccaro's future with Texas is up in the air. Although he is just a junior, the safety is a possible NFL prospect. By his own admission following the Baylor game, he is unsure what path he will take this offseason.
about 1111 days ago | Carter Strickland | On The Trail: Midlands Region