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  1. Rami Hammad of Texas Longhorns fasting during Ramadan, summer foo...

    Max Olson

    Texas freshman football player Rami Hammad, who is Muslim, is fasting during Ramadan -- which also happens to fall in the middle of summer workouts for the Longhorns.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2013
  2. Question of the Week: Faith in Diaz

    HornsNation staff

    At some point in Oregon State's five-play, 47-yard drive, when all the plays were runs and yet another gap was missed by a linebacker, one had to wonder if things would ever change for the Texas defense under Manny Diaz. That the defense briefly d...

    Blog | June 13, 2013
  3. Naashon Hughes lands full scholarship

    Max Olson

    Naashon Hughes put his faith in Texas in February. More than nine months later it paid off. The three-star linebacker commit from Harker Heights, Texas, got some good news during a breakfast with Longhorns coach Mack Brown and the rest of the UT p...

    Blog | December 09, 2012
  4. Whittaker keeping the faith through scouting process

    Max Olson

    AUSTIN, Texas -- Despite it all, Fozzy Whittaker has never lost hope that he'll play in the NFL someday. When his right knee buckled, his ACL and MCL tore and his Texas career came to an all-too-abrupt ending last November against Missouri, Whitta...

    Blog | March 20, 2012
  5. Five surprise recruits in Brown era

    Carter Strickland

    Texas doesn't have to take leaps of faith in recruiting. It gets what it wants. Well, it usually gets what it wants. But every so often, Texas will take a flyer. And every so often those players pay off. While HornsNation looks at 10 players th...

    Blog | January 25, 2012
  6. The next Shipley

    Carter Strickland

    Just about the time Jaxon Shipley's eligibility is done at Texas, there could be another Shipley ready to make his mark on college football. And this one is a quarterback. Hanner Shipley is a freshman at Faith Academy in Marble Falls, Texas. He...

    Blog | October 03, 2011