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The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Runner selects Texas over Baylor, Arkansas

Bri Thomas October 6, 2010

Junior Brock Simmons has always been interested in sports. He earned his black belt in martial arts when he was younger and was also involved in kung-fu, ice hockey and roller hockey. He even tried...

Runner selects Texas over Baylor, Arkansas

Bri Thomas October 6, 2010

Junior Brock Simmons has always been interested in sports. He earned his black belt in martial arts when he was younger and was also involved in kung-fu, ice hockey and roller hockey. He even tried...

Hawaiian fits in with Longhorns’ defense

Austin Laymance October 6, 2010

It’s a fascinating thing to hear the way a native Hawaiian pronounces the name of their home state: Hawai’i — the traditional spelling in the Hawaiian language — with an elegant...

Hawaiian fits in with Longhorns’ defense

Austin Laymance October 6, 2010

It’s a fascinating thing to hear the way a native Hawaiian pronounces the name of their home state: Hawai’i — the traditional spelling in the Hawaiian language — with an elegant...

Monroe struggles for starting position

Laken Litman October 5, 2010

Wanted: a go-to offensive player with killer separation speed, quick hands, smart route-running abilities who likes to wear burnt orange. If discovered, please call Texas head coach Mack Brown as he’s...

Texans face QB sack problems

The Associated Press October 5, 2010

HOUSTON — David Carr was sacked an NFL record 76 times in 2002, the Houston Texans’ inaugural season. Three years later, he went down behind the line 68 times, third-most in league history. The...

Longhorns look for second chance in singles

Alex Endress October 5, 2010

After failing to qualify any Longhorns for the doubles draw over the weekend at the ITA All-American Championship in Los Angeles, Texas will attempt to advance some players in the singles event beginning...

Sooners sting Horns as frustration mounts

Dan Hurwitz October 4, 2010

On the patio of an uptown Dallas bar on Saturday night, a young man with beer in hand dressed in Oklahoma crimson bumped into a burnt-orange wearing male. The slightest contact of the two bodies...

Horns’ hopes dashed by penalties

Laken Litman October 4, 2010

The Longhorns’ opponent this past weekend wore burnt orange and white, not red. Texas had nine penalties for 81 yards and that is what essentially propelled Oklahoma to its 28-20 win at the 105th...

Orange-White Meet kicks off year

Lauren Giudice October 4, 2010

The last time the swim team competed together, they were on the highest stage in college swimming competition — the NCAA Championship. On Friday, the atmosphere was much lighter at the annual...

Huskers’ front line proves too tall a task in Lincoln

Austin Laymance October 4, 2010

The Nebraska Coliseum in Lincoln is not typically somewhere you want to be if you’re an opponent of the Cornhuskers volleyball team, and Texas dropped another road game Saturday as the short-handed...

OU reclaims Golden Hat as Texas falters

Jordan Godwin October 4, 2010

Oklahoma beat Texas because of at least a dozen mistakes — Aaron Williams just so happened to commit the last one. Saturday’s loss, the second consecutive for the once-mighty Longhorns,...