Before Texas begins its first season under Charlie Strong, we're taking a deep dive into all the talent he inherits in 2014. Our Burnt Orange Breakdown series will take a closer look at each scholarship player returning this fall and what we can expect from him.
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.
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 -- Geoff Swaim was knocked down because he stood up. Twice. "This isn't junior college," Texas coach Mack Brown said. Nope, to steal a line from Dan Hawkins -- sans the hysterical screaming voice -- it's Division I football.
about 661 days ago | Carter Strickland | Texas Longhorns
AUSTIN, Texas -- For two years Texas wanted a tight end that could block first, seal the edge and maybe occasionally catch a pass downfield. So, in other words, the exact opposite of what they had recruited at tight end for years.
about 680 days ago | Carter Strickland | Texas Longhorns
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.
To gear up for 2013 national signing day, HornsNation's William Wilkerson is breaking down every commitment in the Longhorns' 2013 recruiting class. Vitals: Tight end Geoff Swaim, Chico, Calif/Butte College | 6-foot-5, 250 pounds Committed: June 12, 2012; Already enrolled ESPN.
about 693 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns
1st Down: Lone Star battle I am a citizen of the great state of Texas. I am a fan of college football. Those two things are enough to want the University of Texas and Texas A&M to play football against each other every year.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Believe it or not, there was a time not long ago when tight end was a position of strength for the Longhorns. David Thomas caught everything thrown his way while acting as Vince Young's security blanket during Texas' run to the 2005 BCS national championship.
about 852 days ago | William Wilkerson | Texas Longhorns