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  1. Countdown: Ole Miss-Texas

    Max Olson

    AUSTIN, Texas -- The BYU game in the rearview mirror. It can't hurt you anymore, Texas fans. Next up is as intriguing a game as any on the schedule, especially after the tumultuous past week. Here's our final preview of Texas' nonconference finale ag...

    Blog | September 14, 2013
  2. Texas recruiting misses: 2011

    Carter Strickland

    AUSTIN, Texas - Texas didn't miss much in 2011. But the one they did miss hurt the most. Johnny Manziel was recruited by and, according to many accounts, wanted to sign with Texas. It's just that Texas' staff didn't want the future Heisman winn...

    Blog | January 31, 2013
  3. Injuries hurt Texas spring depth

    Carter Strickland

    AUSTIN, Texas - Texas' biggest area of concern headed into spring, other than the quarterbacks, is the depth at safety. Well, that depth is going to get tested quickly. That's because Adrian Phillips, the heir apparent to Blake Gideon, will be out...

    Blog | February 22, 2012
  4. Wilson favors LSU, will attend UT junior day

    Max Olson

    Ishmael Wilson (Dallas/Bishop Dunne) wasn't happy to leave Baton Rouge last weekend without an offer from LSU, but that slight hasn't hurt the Tigers' chances of landing one of the state's top junior offensive linemen. "My favorite school is LSU, ...

    Blog | February 09, 2012
  5. Latest departures hurt D-line depth

    Carter Strickland

    AUSTIN, Texas -- The Texas defensive line has lost two more players. Just two days after news broke that Taylor Bible would be transferring, defensive end Dravannti Johnson announced his transfer. Additionally, freshman defensive lineman De'Aires ...

    Blog | December 16, 2011
  6. HornsNation: Bruising line, blocking scheme paying off for Texas ...

    Carter Strickland

    Thanks to a bruising and smart offensive line, Texas has been able to wear down opponents and control the game in the fourth quarter.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2011