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Big 12 shifts to 10-game schedule, details of Longhorns’ football season remain hazy
August 9, 2020
With less than five weeks until Texas’ football season is scheduled to kick off against South Florida on Sept. 5, the Big 12 conference answered one of the upcoming season’s biggest questions Monday night.
Small sports fight to stay afloat during pandemic
July 27, 2020
Americans long for a post-pandemic world, but what’s waiting on the other side could be far from normal, especially in sports where financial losses are changing the college athletics landscape.
Aston’s departure increases Texas’ gender disparity in coaching
July 13, 2020
Although women's backetball coach Vic Schaefer’s hiring isn't out of left field, it leaves Texas with just two female head coaches throughout its athletic department: Angela Kelly in soccer and Carol Capitani in women’s swimming and diving.
Shipleys’ careers become intertwined again
June 28, 2020
For years, it seemed as if Jaxon Shipley was just following his big brother Jordan’s lead. Jaxon played wide receiver on the Texas football team just as Jordan did several years earlier. He even wore the same number. Then, following their stints in the NFL, the brothers have gotten back on the same path — this time in real estate.
Texas takes stand against social injustice in return to campus
June 11, 2020
Last week, Texas football players and coaches marched from Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium to the Texas Capitol in honor of George Floyd and other Black victims of police brutality.
13 Longhorn football players test positive for COVID-19 after new wave of tests
June 10, 2020
All 13 players are now “self-isolating,” and 10 more are in self-quarantine through contact tracing, according to the statement.
Where the caged Longhorns moo: How Longhorn athletes past and present deal with staying inside
May 8, 2020
For some, the beginning of the pandemic was surreal. Even as cancellations and suspensions of games and leagues as a whole began filing in, it took time for the new reality to set in.
Former Longhorn Cedric Griffin’s barbecue truck is ‘family’ business
April 27, 2020
Cedric Griffin, who played defensive back at UT from 2002-2005, had an eye for business while earning his degree in applied learning and development.
Longhorn captains prepare for NFL Draft
April 22, 2020
Even with COVID-19 forcing sports to deviate from regularly scheduled programming, the NFL is still finding a way to hold the annual draft. Regardless of the format, Texas still has a core group of players hoping to hear their name called throughout draft weekend.
Finals: The greatest Longhorn of all time bracket
April 6, 2020
The Daily Texan has created a tournament of its own. Divided into four quadrants, the bracket has matchups between 16 of the top Longhorn athletes of all time. The winner is …
Former Texas legend Terry Tausch passes away
March 26, 2020
Texas football legend Terry Tausch passed away Wednesday night at the age of 61, according to a statement from Texas Athletics.
The Weeknd's 'After Hours' tries to recreate, not reinvent
March 24, 2020
The motherf---ing Starboy is back, but not better.
Statesman Cap10K canceled due to public gathering ban
March 14, 2020
Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the city of Austin has canceled the 43rd Statesman Cap10K, as announced in a statement.
Tom Herman: Coaching, position changes expected for Texas offense
February 12, 2020
When Texas lost to Oklahoma last October, it was clear that Texas was off course. The team’s energy screamed dejection and disappointment.
Elish wins Big 12, National Player of the Week Honors
February 11, 2020
Senior pitcher Miranda Elish starts the season with a kick, earning Big 12 Player of the Week and NFCA National Player of the Week honors.
Texas hopes to finish recruiting cycle with splash
February 5, 2020
With spring ball and the start of the 2020 season on the horizon, Texas’ hectic offseason will come to a close with National Signing Day.
Former and current Longhorns compete in Olympic Qualifiers
January 29, 2020
As CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship begins this week, Texas sophomore Julia Grosso will be joining her home country of Canada.
It’s time for Texas to make the Smart decision
January 22, 2020
Texas men's basketball has had one too many rough seasons under Shaka Smart — and it may be time to let him go.
Longhorns ride Alamo Bowl victory into 2020
January 20, 2020
Following a victory at the 2020 Alamo Bowl, Texas prepares for the offseason with an almost completely new coaching staff.
Texas shines as underdog in decade-ending Alamo Bowl against No. 11 Utah
January 1, 2020
The Longhorns dominated in the Valero Alamo Bowl, with a 38-10 victory over Utah.
Texas names Yurcich as new offensive coordinator
December 29, 2019
Texas ended its offensive coordinator search Sunday after announcing the hiring of Mike Yurcich, Ohio State’s passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Recruiting takes spotlight before Alamo Bowl
December 18, 2019
With 2019 drawing to an end, Texas head coach Tom Herman discussed the 2020 recruiting class and the hiring of new defensive coordinator Chris Ash on Wednesday.
Herman battles ‘win now’ culture of UT football
December 6, 2019
As the decade comes to a close, Texas is still trying to find its way back to the right path. The 2010s have been a forgettable decade for the Longhorns. Eight seasons of at least five losses and multiple appearances in the Texas Bowl and Alamo Bowl leave the 2018 Sugar Bowl win over Georgia as one of the lone bright spots for the program.
Texas makes coaching changes after 7–5 season
December 1, 2019
Texas Football has fired defensive coordinator Todd Orlando and wide receivers coach Drew Mehringer, according to a press release on Sunday. They have also re-assigned offensive coordinator Tim Beck to quarterbacks coach for bowl preparation, while inside receivers coach Corby Meekins will serve in an “administrative capacity.”
Longhorns show out for seniors
November 29, 2019
On a gray and gloomy Black Friday, Texas — even if just for a game — got its swagger back. The circumstances weren’t ideal, though.
A tough pill to swallow: Longhorns face reality before senior day
November 25, 2019
For the fifth time this season, the Longhorns were forced to put into words what yet another loss meant for the Texas program. The final thing several players and coaches saw after their loss to Baylor was a giant banner across the Jumbotron at McLane Stadium that read: “Championship Game Bound.”
Herman reflects on internal culture
November 25, 2019
Following the loss to Baylor, Herman answers questions about recruitment and the process of developing players.
Baylor puts Texas' season to rest
November 23, 2019
As Baylor continued to dominate throughout the late November afternoon, Texas proved it never really had a grasp on this opportunity, or this season.
Roach presses on after crucial game-changing mistake in Ames
November 20, 2019
Since the loss to Iowa State, over 50 hours had passed, and it was obvious that defensive end Malcolm Roach hadn’t been able to put the game behind him.
Texas tries to move on — again
November 19, 2019
For the third time this season, Texas head coach Tom Herman stepped up to the podium following a road loss to a conference opponent. He wore a black shirt, appropriate for the mournful mood surrounding the Longhorns after Saturday night’s walk-off loss to unranked but favored Iowa State.
Texas bowl predictions: What must happen next?
November 14, 2019
Texas is still in a position to play a marquee opponent during bowl season. Depending on its next three games, fans may be seeing the Longhorns against blue-blood opponents like Notre Dame or the University of Southern California.
Preparation paying off for Longhorns
November 14, 2019
Texas’ week following its 27-24 win over then-No.16 Kansas State has been up and down. On one hand, the Longhorns are still in the hunt for a Big 12 Championship Game berth and are inching closer toward having a healthy roster for the first time since Week One. On the other hand, key injuries on offense partnered with back-to-back road games sets them up for a rough end to the season.
Texas to battle cold in Ames
November 13, 2019
Texas will try to extend its three game winning streak against Iowa State when it battles the Cyclones and the cold Saturday night.
Survive and advance: Dicker keeps Texas' Big 12 hopes alive
November 9, 2019
For the second time this season, fans at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium left feeling relieved after watching sophomore kicker Cameron Dicker kick another game-winning field goal.
Up against the count
November 8, 2019
Despite the struggles, Texas had another chance to regroup with a second bye week. Players were able to rest and recover but also allowed for a rejuvenation in practice. They are up against the count now.
NCAA permits student athlete compensation
October 29, 2019
The NCAA Board of Governors unanimously voted to “permit students participating in athletics the opportunity to benefit from the use of their name, image and likeness in a manner consistent with the collegiate model,” according to a press release from the NCAA.
Bye week helps Texas football
October 29, 2019
It wasn’t time to sound the alarm after Texas’ 45-38 loss to LSU on Sept. 7.
Defense comes up short again
October 26, 2019
The Longhorns didn’t play their best and as a result, dropped the TCU game after barely surviving against Kansas last week. Texas’ defense, which has been on pace to finish near the bottom in school history, once again wasn’t able to come through with stops when they were needed the most.
Ossai’s rise provides consistency
October 24, 2019
Although this is Ossai’s first season as a full-time starter, his elevated level of play has allowed him to step into a leadership role. He’s able to impact his teammates both during the game and in between plays.
Despite win, Texas tries to recover
October 22, 2019
Texas avoided catastrophe Saturday, escaping with a 50-48 win in one of its worst defensive performances of the season. The Longhorns left relieved, but acutely aware of the issues they need to fix — specifically on defense.
Saturday night scare: Dicker saves Texas
October 20, 2019
All of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium had its hands above their heads in angst. A week after losing to its rival, Texas had returned home — hoping to get a boost from the crowd and gain a win to counter the loss column.
Players put front of resilience
October 16, 2019
The Longhorns feel their loss to Oklahoma will only bring them together and show the country what they’re made of.
Longhorns recovering following OU loss
October 14, 2019
Head coach Tom Herman walked to the podium at his weekly press conference and delivered some much-needed reassurance to Texas fans everywhere.
OU leaves Longhorns hurtin'
October 12, 2019
Every October, the Sooners cross the Red River to meet the Longhorns at the State Fair of Texas — regardless of statistics, human nature almost always finds a way to unleash chaos. Saturday was no different.
Big 12 Power Rankings: Baylor moves up with dominant win
October 10, 2019
With the Red River Showdown officially ramping up the Big 12 race, here are the latest conference rankings:
Texas blocks out hype for Red River
October 10, 2019
Texas-OU is one of the most highly anticipated matchups in all of college football. Texas has maintained the attitude that no game is easy and every game will be a fight.
'I think we’re maybe too physical for the Big 12': Physicality stands out for Texas
October 9, 2019
Joseph Ossai: We’re physical, and we’ll come in there and rough people up. It’s just what we do.
Defense jumpstarts Longhorn offense
October 5, 2019
After the Oklahoma State game, head coach Tom Herman spoke about how the elite teams are able to win without putting their best foot forward. Saturday was once again one of those games for the Longhorns.
Hostile atmosphere awaits Texas in West Virginia
October 4, 2019
The last time the Longhorns made the trip to Morgantown, West Virginia, it was to clinch a bowl berth in 2017. Although this iteration of the Mountaineers team is different, the fans that will pack Milan Puskar Stadium will be as rowdy as ever.
Herman, Ehlinger respond to SB 206
October 1, 2019
Senate Bill 206 allows college athletes in the state to earn money for their name, image and likeness.
Texas one step closer to full strength
September 30, 2019
Texas went into the bye week on a high note after beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys 36-30 with a dominant performance by the defensive line. Now refreshed, Texas comes out of its first bye week of the season and looks forward to West Virginia.
Student seating improved, still has faults
September 25, 2019
Despite changing its student seating process after the debacle that was LSU week, students still had doubts and quarrels about the new system that was put into place.
Bye week helps put Longhorns back on track
September 25, 2019
Texas’ bye week couldn’t have come at a better time. Key positions on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball have been decimated, as injuries have taken their toll after a rough first four games of the season.
Longhorns' win comes with a price
September 24, 2019
The 36-30 win over Oklahoma State — Texas’ first win against the Cowboys since 2014 — was mixed with good takeaways and bad takeaways.
Party like it's '08: Texas takes down Cowboys at home for first time in over a decade
September 22, 2019
The phrase “numbers never lie” is a popular one used in sports. That wasn’t the case for Saturday night. Texas beat Oklahoma State 36-30, but the game wasn’t as close as the score would suggest.
Finding Their Way: Secondary looks to regroup in Big 12 opener
September 19, 2019
After two solid performances and Group of 5 opponents and a less-than-stellar performance against the Tigers, Saturday is not only another game for the Longhorns, but another chance for the young secondary to raise their confidence.
Following Rice victory, Herman turns attention to Oklahoma State
September 16, 2019
After a dominant bounce-back victory over Rice, the Longhorns turn their attention to the Oklahoma State Cowboys to open Big 12 play.
Texas follows loss with solid win
September 15, 2019
Week Three could have gone many different ways for the Longhorns. Following a heartbreaking home loss against No. 4 LSU, Texas could have seen Rice, a perennial bottomfeeder in C-USA, and let up on the gas. Texas did the exact opposite.
Injuries pile on Longhorns defense
September 13, 2019
The injury bug has spread from the Texas running back room to the defensive room. Texas head coach Tom Herman announced that sophomore safeties B.J. Foster and DeMarvion Overshown both suffered injuries.
Star sophomores fight through mistakes
September 11, 2019
It’s been five days since LSU beat Texas 45-38. Normally, by this time in the week, the Longhorns are fully focused on the next opponent. However, the sting of losing a prime-time matchup at home, along with the lessons that come with it, still surround the program.
Longhorn Stampede: Lack of seating leads to chaos in stadium
September 10, 2019
Long before No. 9 Texas squared off against No. 6 LSU, a stampede of students crowded around the gates of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
3 takeaways from Herman's post-LSU presser
September 9, 2019
Texas head coach Tom Herman stepped to the podium for his weekly press conference, thanked the fans for providing an “unbelievable atmosphere” and then delivered the news that sophomore defensive back B.J. Foster will miss “at least a couple of weeks” due to a significant hamstring injury.
Purple Reign: No. 6 LSU leaves Austin with top-10 win
September 8, 2019
Once the second quarter began, it was evident LSU’s senior quarterback Joe Burrow arrived at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium to make a statement — there was nothing Texas could do to stop him.
Roach's Baton Rouge roots add extra to LSU matchup
September 6, 2019
“The fact was they didn’t want me.” Senior defensive end Malcolm roach's ties to Louisiana make Saturday's game against the Tigers mean that much more.
Texas’ dire running back situation worsens
September 2, 2019
After Saturday night’s win against Louisiana Tech, Texas head coach Tom Herman said that freshman running back Jordan Whittington had aggravated his groin. The news Herman relayed to the media Monday was much worse.
Eagles displays potential in season opener
September 1, 2019
Sophomore wide receiver Brennan Eagles introduced himself to Longhorn fans in Texas’ season opener Saturday night. According to him, this is just the beginning.
Texas can end put opening game demons to rest
August 30, 2019
Texas Football has a perfect opportunity in front of itself. For the first time since 2010, the Longhorns are ranked in the top 10 in the Preseason AP Top 25 poll heading into their Saturday night matchup with Louisiana Tech.
Johnson proves Texas has bought in
August 28, 2019
The Texas football program has many questions to answer heading into its season opener, but there’s one thing that has a definitive answer. Every player has bought in.
Former Texas star dies in motorcycle crash
August 18, 2019
Former NFL running back and Texas legend Cedric Benson died Saturday night in a motorcycle crash, family members confirmed Sunday morning.
White shines in season-opening scrimmage
August 17, 2019
Texas opened up Gregory Gym and its 2019 campaign with the Orange-White scrimmage on Saturday. It was the first action for the Longhorns since being swept by BYU in the NCAA Regionals last season.
Injuries pile on during Sunday scrimmage
August 11, 2019
Along with the outcome of the scrimmage, and more importantly moving forward, were the injuries that occurred.
Longhorns finding identity in fall camp
August 9, 2019
Fall camp is the time to forge team identities and create internal momentum heading into the season. With Texas now practicing in full pads, it’s full steam ahead for the beginning of the season. Here are some of the top storylines as fall camp continues:
3 takeaways from day one of fall camp
August 2, 2019
The first day of fall camp is a day to get players, coaches and staff focused on the season ahead. It wasn’t about the fundamentals and making sure every move was perfect; it was more about making sure the spirit of the team was the correct one.
Tulowitzki joins Texas staff hours after retirement
July 25, 2019
On Monday, Texas Baseball announced that five-time MLB All-Star Troy Tulowitzki will join the coaching staff as an assistant coach.
All Eyes on Him: Ehlinger’s maturity positions him to carry the weight of Texas
July 23, 2019
Nearly every Longhorn football telecast has shown footage of a baby Sam Ehlinger. The montage usually starts with a video of him singing “The Eyes of Texas” and ends with a still photo of him flashing the “Hook ‘Em” sign with both hands, all to illustrate one thing: He’s been waiting for this moment.
Big 12 Media Days: Player safety highlighted in rule changes
July 16, 2019
Tuesday was Day 2 of 2019 Big 12 Media Days, signaling the start of football season closing in. Each year, several changes and tweaks are made to the game in order to improve the safety and quality of the game.
Bromberg solidifies Olympic berth
July 15, 2019
Paired with Olympian Katrina Young, Murphy Bromberg has earned a spot to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Ehlinger named Big 12 preseason Offensive Player of the Year; three others named to Big 12 preseason team
July 9, 2019
While the Longhorns reload for another season this fall, four players are already earning preseason recognition around the Big 12 conference
Texas gears up for interesting season after adding young talent
July 9, 2019
Only one team can raise a championship trophy at the end of the year. But even without much hardware to show, seasons can still be fulfilling. Overcoming adversity, meeting or surpassing expectations, maximizing and getting the best out of a particular group are usually the causes of so-called “moral victory” seasons.
Durant, Hayes key dominoes in NBA offseason
June 17, 2019
Days after the NBA Finals concluded and days leading into the NBA Draft, Longhorns are serving as focal points in the NBA’s landscape for the present and the future.
Seniors steal the show for Texas at national championships
June 10, 2019
The women’s portion of the NCAA track & field championships got off to a less-than-ordinary start.
Texas makes program history with second-place championship finish
June 2, 2019
It was a historic Sunday morning for Texas, as the Longhorns placed second during the NCAA Championships — the highest finish in Texas Rowing history.
Longhorns unable to advance after being plagued by errors, home runs
May 25, 2019
After Friday night’s furious comeback, Texas found itself playing for its season once again in a decisive Game 3 against Alabama. This time, a rally and a win were not in the cards for the Longhorns.
Longhorns rally in fourth, extend series
May 25, 2019
Early on, it looked like the first year of the Mike White era was coming to a close. Star pitcher Miranda Elish was off. She couldn’t hit the corners, find her spots or get outs. Then, Elish’s night went from bad to worse.
ACL tear takes Higgs on year-long journey to recovery
May 7, 2019
"It was painful every day no matter what you did. No matter how many pain killers you took, the pain wasn’t going to stop," Lashann Higgs said.
Sug Sutton brought the Longhorns into March, to win, she’ll need to do even more
March 21, 2019
Two years ago at this time, Sug Sutton was riding the bench. Now a junior, Sutton is the proverbial conductor of the train that is Texas. And she’s trying to lead the Longhorns to a deep run in March.
Texas gets No. 7 seed in NCAA Tournament, will face Indiana on Friday
March 18, 2019
Texas, as well as the rest of the women’s college basketball community, found out the seedings and matchups after the bracket was erroneously leaked on ESPN hours before the scheduled selection show was set to air.
Texas handles road challenge leading into Big 12 tournament
March 5, 2019
With back-to-back losses for the first time since December, Texas was in a peculiar spot. Their final game against TCU was a must-win with conference tournament implications.
Cyclones wipe out Longhorns on senior night
March 3, 2019
“(Senior night is) just another game. We just have to use it as motivation. Yeah, it’s unfortunate, but we gotta turn the page and move on.”
Texas suffers beatdown at Baylor
February 26, 2019
Things got ugly — quickly. And this time there wasn’t an invigorating run to save Texas from a humiliating end result. By the end of Monday’s game at Baylor, the Longhorns walked off the court with a 64-35 loss.
Texas gets home opportunity to rectify Kansas State loss
February 20, 2019
“It sucks.” That was the statement Texas guard Danni Williams used to sum up Sunday night’s game after blowing a substantial third-quarter lead to an unranked Kansas State team. Fortunately for Aston and the Longhorns, they have another opportunity to redeem themselves in front of the hometown fans Saturday when they host Texas Tech.
Littleton struggles in second half as Texas falls
February 17, 2019
For Destiny Littleton, Sunday’s game exposed her to both ends of the emotional spectrum. In the first half, she nearly couldn’t miss. In the second half, she couldn’t buy a basket.
Texas goes to Stillwater for Oklahoma State rematch
February 12, 2019
The Longhorns have finally hit the home stretch of their season. After going on the road to beat Kansas on Saturday, Texas will make one more stop to play the Oklahoma State Cowgirls on Tuesday for the conclusion of their mini road trip.
Jayhawks’ home-court advantage no match for Texas in bounce-back performance
February 10, 2019
The Baylor Bears were able to dismantle the Longhorns in the first half and fend off their furious rally in the second. For Texas, the week that ensued was about moving on to Kansas.
Longhorns’ late comeback halted by top-ranked Baylor
February 5, 2019
The fans packed the Frank Erwin Center with energy and Texas was able to feed off of it early. But the Longhorns couldn’t maintain it for the entirety of the first quarter, digging themselves into a hole they couldn’t climb out of.
Longhorns get back on track in Norman
February 3, 2019
Texas takes a 76-67 win in Norman on Saturday following their second conference loss against West Virginia, allowing them to stay on track for the Big 12 title.
Martin’s hot hand carries West Virginia in upset over Texas
January 29, 2019
This time around, Martin made sure Davenport had help as West Virginia downed Texas, 64-58, on Monday night in Austin. The 5-foot-11-inch guard showed up in a major way early in the game.
Aston’s Longhorns hope to regain focus versus Red Raiders
January 24, 2019
After being criticized by head coach Karen Aston for sloppy play and a lack of mental toughness, the Longhorns will make the trek to the Lubbock to not only get another Big 12 win, but to correct their play from Wednesday night.
Longhorns get routed by Wildcats
January 16, 2019
Kansas State breaks losing streak by defeating No. 11 Texas, 87-69.
Second-half explosion drives Longhorns’ win over West Virginia
January 6, 2019
Texas was on upset alert early in Sunday’s matchup against West Virginia.
Longhorns survive furious Oklahoma State rally
January 3, 2019
The calendar turned to 2019 since the Longhorns last took the floor, but Karen Aston’s squad brought the same suspenseful finishes from its 2018 slate of games.
Longhorns send off 2018 with rout of Northwestern State
December 29, 2018
Texas sent off the year in one of the best ways possible, defeating Northwestern State 104-66.
Longhorns gift fans with win over UT-RGV before Christmas break
December 21, 2018
With finals season coming to an end for most students, the Longhorns had one more test to take before they could relax for the Christmas break — they passed with flying colors.
Texas drops another at home against Lady Vols
December 9, 2018
After dropping back to back home games to ranked opponents, the Longhorns find themselves in an unfamiliar position. They welcomed No. 9 Tennessee into the Frank Erwin Center and tried to right the wrongs that led to a blowout loss to No. 6 Mississippi State last week.
Aston challenges team’s effort heading into Tennessee matchup
December 7, 2018
The message was clear after Sunday’s 67-49 loss to No. 6 Mississippi State.
Warren, White lead Longhorns to win
November 25, 2018
One day after being pushed to the brink by Quinnipiac, Texas came out of the gates with high energy in their blowout win against the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday.
Warren seals deal in closing minute against Quinnipiac
November 23, 2018
The Longhorns pulled out a nail-biter, 56-55, against the Quinnipiac Bobcats in the first game of the Gulf Coast Showcase. It's the first time this season Texas has been pushed to the brink.
November 19, 2018
With only one week of regular season football remaining, Kyler Murray continues to close the gap between him and Tua Tagovailoa. With a strong performance against West Virginia, things could get interesting. Here's how the Heisman race is shaping up heading into Week 12.
Heisman Watch: Grier returns to Trophy short list
November 15, 2018
The Heisman Trophy race is calming down with the top two spots occupied by surefire candidates. Nonetheless, every player in the race is still polarizing week in and week out. Here’s how they are performing:
Longhorns look to remain undefeated against McNeese State
November 14, 2018
Texas was engaged in a hard fought battle on Monday night against North Texas, eventually leaving Denton with a 64-54 win. Now back in Austin, the Longhorns welcome in McNeese State, trying to expand on the early season lessons they’ve learned so far in the young season.
Higgs reaches 1K club in Texas win
November 13, 2018
On the same day she was announced to the preseason watch list for the Naismith Trophy, Lashann Higgs showed up in Denton ready to prove she was indeed something to watch this season.
Higgs, Littleton power blowout in season-opening win
November 8, 2018
Before tip-off, the Longhorns were looking for two things: an improvement on defense and for Lashann Higgs to be their offensive force. They found both Thursday in a 78-41 win over Duquesne.
Heisman Watch: Tua puts Trophy on ice
November 8, 2018
While the bottom half of the Heisman race continues to be a revolving door, one name remains at the top: Tua Tagovailoa. With yet another big week of college football ahead of us, here's how the race shapes up heading into Week 11:
One More: Williams betting on Texas in final year
November 2, 2018
As a sharp-shooting graduate transfer from Texas A&M, Williams had the option between Texas and perennial Final Four participant University of Connecticut.
Heisman Watch Week 10: Tagovailoa continues to stand out as frontrunner
November 2, 2018
After yet another big week for the leaders in the Heisman race, the top candidates are now preparing for some of the biggest matchups of the season. Here’s the latest on Tua and everybody else:
Big 12 Notebook: Texas-West Virginia square off with conference title aspirations
October 30, 2018
Here's how the top Big 12 teams fared last week and how their week looks coming up.
Tagovailoa maintains lead in Heisman race
October 25, 2018
While the bottom half of the Heisman race continues to be a revolving door, one name remains at the top: Tua Tagovailoa. With yet another big week of college football ahead of us, here's how the race shapes up heading into Week Nine:
Big 12 prepares for home stretch
October 24, 2018
The Big 12 has provided twists and turns throughout the season. With five games left, here is how its top teams are preparing for the last part of the season.
Aston issues challenge to fans at Texas Tip-Off
October 18, 2018
Fans packed into Gregory Gym on Wednesday night for the 2018 Texas Tip-Off. It was a chance for them to get their first look at both men’s and women’s teams and set their expectations for the season. Head coach Karen Aston let the fans at Gregory Gym see that she had expectations for them as well.
Heisman Watch: Tagovailoa separates self in race
October 12, 2018
As the season continues to move forward, a trio of quarterbacks continue to dominate the Heisman conversation, but a pair of outside challengers now have their eye on college football’s greatest individual award. Here’s a look at a few Heisman favorites along with some dark horse candidates.
Big 12 Notebook: Texas, West Virginia jump in polls after wins
October 11, 2018
The outlook of the Big 12 saw a major shift after some big matchups took place over the weekend. Here’s how things are shaking up for the conference’s top teams:
Big 12 teams come up on defining moments of season
October 5, 2018
Conference play is starting to heat up in the Big 12. Although it’s early, many teams already have big games coming up on their schedule. Here are where some of them stand right now.
Tagovailoa, Murray battle for top spot in Heisman Watch
October 5, 2018
Through five weeks, the Heisman race has boiled down to a few quarterbacks around the country. Here’s how the top candidates performed this past week:
Big 12 teams enter defining moments of season
October 3, 2018
Conference play is starting to heat up in the Big 12. Although it's early, many teams already have big games coming on their schedules. Here's where some them stand right now:
Routt hospitalized after fainting during practice
October 2, 2018
Freshman guard Shae Routt was hospitalized Sunday after fainting during the first 10 minutes of practice Sunday afternoon. It was the first organized practice of the year for the Longhorns.
Grier continues strong Heisman push with win over Kansas State
September 27, 2018
Conference play is officially underway and some of college football’s brightest stars were on full display this past weekend. Here’s how the frontrunners are stacking up in the Heisman race:
New faces in rankings shake up Big 12 outlook
September 26, 2018
Members of the Big 12 conference experienced an interesting weekend after Week Four concluded last Saturday. From the Texas Christian University’s back-to-back losses to Texas Tech putting the conference on notice, this week will be yet another jam-packed weekend of conference play. Here’s how the conference is shaping up:
Murray, Haskins join Week Four edition of Heisman Watch
September 21, 2018
As we enter Week Four of the college football season this weekend, the Heisman race is beginning to see some athletes pull ahead and others fall behind.
Big Week Three performances set up conference clashes
September 18, 2018
The Longhorns finally provided the performance that fans were begging for. They overpowered then-No. 22 USC, 37-14, in front of a record-setting crowd of 103,507 people.
A history of Texas and USC through the years
September 13, 2018
Many fans are quick to call this a rivalry because of the famous 2006 National Championship Game in Pasadena, California, but the two teams have only met four other times prior to the matchup that many have deemed “The greatest college football game ever played.” Here's a list of the meetings that you haven't heard about:
Big 12 Notebook: Oklahoma on top, TCU faces its toughest test
September 12, 2018
A lot happened over the weekend in one of the most explosive conferences in the country. Here’s how some of the top teams in the Big 12 fared last weekend.
Tagovailoa enters Heisman race in Week Two
September 7, 2018
As Week Two in college football kicks off this weekend, here's what the Heisman Watch looks like right now:
Love, Grier set sights on Heisman Trophy
August 31, 2018
Another year of college football is upon us and with it comes the year-long conversation of who the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner will be. Here are some of this preseason’s top candidates:
Bahamian Rhapsody: Pedrya Seymour finishes her career on 40 Acres
May 2, 2018
A native from Nassau, Bahamas, Pedrya Seymour has gone from a lowly coveted recruit to an All-American to an Olympian.
Longhorn track competes in final meet before conference championships
April 29, 2018
In a season that has seen a young team with many moving parts, two events of the Texas men’s track team have been nothing but consistent.
Track Roundup: Longhorns ready for final stretch of regular season at National Relays
April 26, 2018
With the Big 12 Championship meet in its sights, the time is now for the Texas men’s track team.
Men and women fine-tune ahead of conference championships
April 23, 2018
Texas assistant track coach Brad Herbster could only describe it as “the greatest collegiate 1,500 ever.”
Track roundup: Longhorns find success in seniors' final home meet
April 15, 2018
There’s nothing quite like the comfort of competing at home.
Track roundup: Longhorns gear up for Texas Invitational
April 12, 2018
Longhorns prepare for Texas Invitational.
Preiss, Bruckner highlight Texas Relays for Longhorn women
April 1, 2018
Over 7,000 athletes, from 21 countries and 195 colleges, were in Austin this week for the 91st Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. It was an event that helps signify the arrival of the outdoor track and field season.
Outdoor season kicks off in Austin
March 27, 2018
Just as spring is getting into gear, the outdoor track and field season is upon the Longhorn women.
Women’s track: Longhorns suffer disappointing end to indoor season
March 10, 2018
Disappointment was the underlying theme over the past two days at the NCAA Indoor Championships for the Longhorn women.
Women’s track: Texas struggles on day one of NCAA Indoor Championships
March 9, 2018
Schools sent their best to compete for a national championship. For Texas, however, the upsets needed for that opportunity could not be pulled off.
Six Longhorns to compete at NCAA Championships
March 8, 2018
All the chips will be on the line this weekend at Texas A&M’s Gilliam Indoor Stadium, the site of the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Track roundup: Longhorn women return with Big 12 title, men finish second
February 25, 2018
Texas women claim fourth Big 12 title in last five years while Texas men finish in second place.
Track roundup: Texas eyes conference championships in Ames
February 23, 2018
Texas track and field aims to add to its long list of conference championships this weekend in Ames, Iowa.
Track roundup: Longhorns compete at USATF events prior to Big 12 Championships
February 19, 2018
On Saturday, the team had to put Mario Sategna's "(separation) from the program" to the side and compete in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Track roundup: Longhorns tuning up before Big 12 championship
February 16, 2018
Texas has one week left to prepare for the Big 12 championship next week in Ames, Iowa.
Longhorns set school records in Washington, Arkansas
February 12, 2018
Distance-running pair etches names in program record books for Texas men.
Track roundup: Longhorns gear up for big weekend on the road
February 9, 2018
Underclassmen lead Longhorn men into Husky Classic, Tyson Invitational.
Texas takes major strides in Albuquerque
February 4, 2018
The Longhorn men’s and women’s track teams, fresh off a record-setting performance in Lubbock, went into Albuquerque and took major strides.
Longhorns hope to continue momentum in New Mexico
February 2, 2018
The Longhorns will participate in their fourth meet of the new year in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this weekend.
Jalen Green ready to make plays for Texas
January 24, 2018
It was late September, the high school football season had just started and the Texas Longhorns were on a bye week.
Former Longhorns have strong showings in Week 13
December 7, 2017
As we enter the fourth quarter of the NFL season, former Longhorns are still performing at high levels on the field. Here is how a few of them did this week.
Former Longhorns push towards the playoffs
December 1, 2017
Here are how a few former Longhorns fared on fields across the nation this weekend.
Longhorns in the NFL: Marquise Goodwin performs on emotional day
November 16, 2017
Over the weekend, former Longhorns provided several storylines both on and off the field. Here are some of the most memorable performances of the week.
Former Longhorns help NFL teams prepare for playoff pushes
November 9, 2017
As we enter Week 10, some former Longhorns are helping their teams in a big way. Here is how they performed this past week:
Old and New Longhorns stand out in Week 8
November 3, 2017
Here’s how former Texas offensive, defensive and special teams players fared in Week 8 of the NFL season.
Former Longhorns show signs of resurgence
October 27, 2017
Just as the Longhorns have started slow this season, limping to a 3–4 start, some former Longhorns have struggled in the NFL as well. A few, however, rebounded last week with big performances that could spark their seasons.
Former Longhorn stars look to jumpstart teams
October 12, 2017
As the Longhorns suited up on Saturday to face off against Kansas State in Austin, numerous former Texas players took the field in the NFL.
Former Longhorns prepare for week five of NFL season
October 4, 2017
With over 20 Longhorns currently suiting up on Sundays in the NFL, the Texas spirit is alive and well throughout the league. Here are a few former Longhorns to keep your eye on in week five of the NFL season.