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All content by Alex Briseño

Longhorns return to prominence in recruiting at National Signing Day

Alex Briseño February 8, 2018

Head coach Tom Herman entered a cramped multipurpose room inside the Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center for his National Signing Day press conference Wednesday afternoon. He wore a visible smile. Herman...


Analysis: Quarterback battle appears wide open

Alex Briseño January 30, 2018

It isn’t square one, but it might as well be. As much as head coach Tom Herman and the Longhorns learned about their quarterbacks during the 2017 season, they still won’t have a starter...


New DKR student seating structure was a long time coming

Alex Briseño January 23, 2018

All it took was a time lapse of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Oct. 21 to realize there was a significant issue. Brad Wolff, the assistant director of Student Government’s Longhorn...


Charles Omenihu announces return for senior season

Alex Briseño January 9, 2018

Several key pieces of the 2017 Longhorn roster have already declared for the 2018 NFL Draft, but Texas isn’t losing every veteran on the team. Junior defensive end Charles Omenihu announced Tuesday...


Mack Brown to be inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

Alex Briseño January 8, 2018

The Longhorns have placed 21 players and coaches into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame since 1944. Former Texas head coach Mack Brown brought that number up to 22...

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Dickson earns Texas Bowl MVP in career finale

Alex Briseño December 28, 2017

HOUSTON – Head coach Tom Herman and President Gregory Fenves climbed the steps of the Texas Bowl stage propped up dead center in the middle of NRG Stadium. The most popular punter in the country...


Patience is a virtue: Don’t be too quick to call 6–6 a failure

Alex Briseño December 1, 2017

Let’s tap the brakes, Texas fans — at least for the time being. Just face it, the Longhorn faithful got greedy. The possibility of finishing the season 8–5 for the first time since...


Elliott declares for NFL Draft, opts to forgo bowl game, senior season

Alex Briseño November 30, 2017

Add junior safety DeShon Elliott to the list. The Jim Thorpe Award finalist, awarded to the nation’s best defensive back each year, will forgo his senior year and plans to declare for the NFL...


Senior night stunner drops Texas to 6–6

Alex Briseño November 25, 2017

Texas Tech players stormed the field on Friday night while one Red Raider ran across the turf carrying a bright red flag that pierced through Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Longhorn players...


Herman discusses weight of Texas Tech matchup

Alex Briseño November 21, 2017

Texas earned a bowl bid for the first time since 2014 on Saturday, but Tom Herman made one thing clear: The Longhorns still have plenty to play for when Texas Tech comes into Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial...


Column: Texas is back (to bowl season), folks

Alex Briseño November 20, 2017

Dear bowl season,  Oh, how Texas has missed you. It’s been a long 35 months since the Longhorns were invited back to the party. Texas fans watched two whole bowl seasons from the couch...

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Longhorns leave Morgantown with bowl bid

Alex Briseño November 18, 2017

As the fourth quarter winded down on Saturday in Morgantown, West Virginia, several Longhorns could be seen dancing and celebrating on the sideline. Head coach Tom Herman even flashed a grin. When...


Longhorns search for bowl eligibility in return to Morgantown

Alex Briseño November 17, 2017

The Longhorns don’t have the fondest memories of Morgantown, West Virginia. Texas stands one win away from ending its skid of back-to-back 5–7 seasons and becoming bowl-eligible for the...


Herman briefs media with Mountaineers in sight

Alex Briseño November 14, 2017

Texas inched one win closer to bowl eligibility after a 42-27 victory over Kansas on Saturday, but there are still several unanswered questions surrounding the Longhorns as they prepare for their final...


Davis finds role as Texas’ next man up

Alex Briseño November 12, 2017

Some players call him old man, others just call him ‘Twuan, but Saturday night, fifth-year senior Antwuan Davis was just the next man up. Texas adopted the slogan “next man up” in...


Johnson embraces junior college journey

Alex Briseño November 10, 2017

It all started with one email.  Junior linebacker Gary Johnson hasn’t always worn a burnt orange jersey with ‘Texas’ embroidered across his chest. He hasn’t even always...


Hill suspended for remainder of season, Texas confirms

Alex Briseño November 8, 2017

Junior cornerback Holton Hill has been suspended for the remainder of the 2017 season for a violation of team rules, Texas announced Tuesday. “Hill will be permitted to continue working out with...


Longhorns continue search for success, continuity

Alex Briseño November 7, 2017

The Longhorns are running out of time, and they know it. Texas’ latest loss to No. 8 TCU knocked the Longhorns’ record to 4–5, still two wins away from gaining bowl eligibility. Success...


Longhorn offense struggles in Fort Worth again

Alex Briseño November 5, 2017

A purple, frog-designed siren in the southeast corner of the end zone echoed throughout Amon G. Carter Stadium as TCU fans rose to their feet every time Texas faced a third down on Saturday night. Time...


Longhorns hope to avoid another loss in Forth Worth

Alex Briseño November 3, 2017

The Longhorns remember all too clearly what unfolded the last time they traveled to Fort Worth. Two years ago, the team left Amon G. Carter Stadium and headed back to Austin with yet another embarrassing...


Guessing game continues for Longhorn quarterback battle

Alex Briseño November 1, 2017

Shane Buechele has spent half of the 2017 season wearing a headset on the sideline. But one 38-7 victory on Saturday against Baylor and the sophomore quarterback has inserted himself back in the conversation.  And...


Herman discusses injury update, bests, worsts of Halloween

Alex Briseño October 31, 2017

Winning does wonders for confidence  The record (4–4 overall, 3–2 Big 12) may not indicate it, but the Longhorns’ confidence is soaring after blowing out a winless Baylor squad,...


Freshmen running backs emerge in Waco

Alex Briseño October 28, 2017

Dominant defensive performances aren’t anything new for Texas this season, but freshmen running backs Toneil Carter and Daniel Young are. As the Longhorns headed down the tunnel following their...


Texas aims focus on Baylor, bowl eligibility

Alex Briseño October 27, 2017

The Longhorns aren’t heading into Waco with Big 12 Championship aspirations — not anymore.  At 3–4, 2–2 Big 12, Texas’ sights have shifted from winning the conference...


Herman briefs media following devastating loss

Alex Briseño October 24, 2017

Thousands of fans buried their face into their hands moments after Texas freshman quarterback Sam Ehlinger threw the game-ending interception last Saturday, dropping the Longhorns to 3–4, 2–2...


Longhorns experience heartbreak once again

Alex Briseño October 21, 2017

It was an all-too-familiar sight for the majority of the 92,506 spectators at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium: yet another heartbreaking loss. Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger and the Longhorns...


Texas continues search for defensive consistency

Alex Briseño October 20, 2017

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield surveyed the field, found an open receiver and with the swift release of the ball, Texas’ defensive nightmares resurfaced.  The Longhorn defense appeared...


Longhorns continue rebuilding process

Alex Briseño October 17, 2017

The term success doesn’t have one uniform definition, especially for the Longhorns. A decade ago, the burnt orange faithful would consider anything short of 10 wins a failure. Times have changed...


Despite loss, quarterback situation appears to be settled

Alex Briseño October 15, 2017

The burnt orange half of the Cotton Bowl sat nervously in the final stages of the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t because of Texas’ 29-24 deficit. The Longhorn faithful watched as freshman...


Herman prepares for new era of Red River Showdown

Alex Briseño October 13, 2017

Saturday will mark Tom Herman’s first Red River Showdown at the helm for Texas, but he still hasn’t forgotten what happened in 2000. The Longhorns’ head coach, who served as a graduate...


Coordinators discuss quarterback situation, Jefferson’s dominance

Alex Briseño October 12, 2017

Head coach Tom Herman said he won’t announce Texas’ starting quarterback anytime soon during Monday’s press conference. He has stuck to his word so far, and so has offensive coordinator...


Herman briefs media following double-overtime victory

Alex Briseño October 10, 2017

The AT&T Red River Showdown seems to be coming at the right time for Texas. Coming off a 40-34 double-overtime victory over Kansas State and a 17-7 win over Iowa State, the Longhorns now look much...


Longhorns win double-overtime thriller of their own

Alex Briseño October 8, 2017

Nobody said that it would be easy, or pretty. That was clear when Texas stood on the two-yard line tied with Kansas State, 34-34, in double overtime on Saturday night. The Longhorns, facing third and...

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Kansas State coach Bill Snyder continues legacy 26 seasons later

Alex Briseño October 6, 2017

A college football legend, sporting thin-wired frames and a pair of his classic Nike Cortez sneakers, will walk the Kansas State sideline of Darrell K Royal-Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Kansas State...


Herman briefs media following Texas’ conference-opener

Alex Briseño October 3, 2017

Texas returned to the win column following its conference-opening victory over Iowa State on Thursday night. The Longhorn defense put on another show in the contest, this time by holding an Iowa State...


Longhorn defense shines in victory

Alex Briseño September 29, 2017

The Longhorn defense has been called many things throughout the past three years. Lights out isn’t one of them – until now. Defensive coordinator Todd Orlando and his Longhorn defense had...

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Cyclone fans bring hostile environment in Ames

Alex Briseño September 28, 2017

Several teams are aware of the danger that arises once the sun sets in Ames, Iowa. Texas is one of them.  Ames, where the university enrollment (36,321) makes up over half the city’s population...


Longhorns speak with media ahead of Thursday night matchup

Alex Briseño September 26, 2017

Texas (1-2) is coming off a bye week after falling to then-No. 4 USC, 27-24, in double overtime on Sept. 16. Longhorn players caught up with the media on Monday evening as they prepare to open Big 12 play...


Longhorns lament missed opportunity on two-point conversion

Alex Briseño September 22, 2017

It was hidden under the 27-24 double-overtime loss to then-No. 4 USC, but two Austin natives made one of the plays of the game — and it could have been the game-winner. Down by seven in the first...


Despite loss, Longhorns make statement

Alex Briseño September 19, 2017

There are never good losses — they don’t exist. But Texas sure got close to one on Saturday night. The Longhorns’ loss to No. 4 University of Southern California was a heartbreaker....


Longhorns fall short in double overtime thriller

Alex Briseño September 17, 2017

Texas nearly shocked the college football world on Saturday night — nearly. No. 4 USC wasn’t supposed to trail Texas by three points with 30 seconds remaining in regulation. And the Trojans...


Longhorns prepare for rematch with USC

Alex Briseño September 15, 2017

Vince Young isn’t suiting up, Mack Brown isn’t on the sideline and Texas isn’t playing with a national championship on the line on Saturday against No. 4 USC. But it’s still Texas...


Former Longhorns reflect on 2005 National Championship

Alex Briseño September 14, 2017

USC has had to cope with its heart-wrenching 2005 BCS National Championship loss to Texas for over a decade — without any shot at revenge. For nearly 12 years now, the lasting memory of Texas’...


Texas gains momentum heading to Los Angeles

Alex Briseño September 12, 2017

Texas did just what it needed to do on Saturday, getting in the win column as heavy favorites against San Jose State. The Longhorns, who received attention throughout the offseason after the addition...


Ehlinger responds in first start against Spartans

Alex Briseño September 10, 2017

Fans erupted on Saturday as “The Eyes of Texas” blared at Darrell K Royal-Memorial Stadium following Tom Herman’s first win at Texas. The win came one week later than most anticipated....


Longhorns still looking for first win of Herman era

Alex Briseño September 8, 2017

Losing has developed a familiar taste in the Longhorn program. Three consecutive losing seasons allowed fans plenty of time for their palettes to adjust to the flavor, and they have. That’s why,...


Herman speaks to media following season-opening loss

Alex Briseño September 5, 2017

Texas’ 51-41 opening loss to Maryland wasn’t the start anybody expected. After nine months of anticipation, the Longhorns looked listless in their season opener. There were errors in all...


Sun named Big 12 Freshman of the Week

Alex Briseño September 5, 2017

The Big 12 Conference announced freshman Lexi Sun earned Big 12 Freshman of the Week following a dominant performance at the University of San Diego tournament over the weekend. Sun led the Longhorns...


Hill’s strong effort lost in opening-day defeat

Alex Briseño September 4, 2017

The Longhorn faithful flung cardboard fans onto the field at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday as the fourth quarter dwindled down and took away any hope of a Texas win. The frustration...


Herman reflects on decade-old mistake as season opener approaches

Alex Briseño September 1, 2017

Tom Herman is a perfectionist, an exacting head coach who constantly preaches attention to detail. But he did make one mistake — in 1999.  As a graduate assistant with the burnt orange,...


With year under belt, Buechele returns for more

Alex Briseño September 1, 2017

One year ago, a true freshman ran out of the tunnel and into a sold-out Darrell K Royal Memorial Stadium — he didn’t look phased.  Not even as the majority of the 102,315 fans erupted...


Herman speaks to media with season-opener in sight

Alex Briseño August 30, 2017

It’s been a long nine months since Texas ended its 2016 campaign back in late November. Since then, the Longhorns found a new head coach, revamped its offseason workout program and began to install...


Offensive notebook: Longhorns aim to reverse course in Herman era

Alex Briseño August 28, 2017

Texas has an abundance of talent at wide receiver, sporting more than five receivers who will battle for playing time. But outside of the wideouts, there’s a striking lack of depth on the Longhorn...


Herman continues Texas’ decade-old search for tight end

Alex Briseño August 24, 2017

Texas’ search for a tight end appeared to be over — until last week. Head coach Tom Herman must continue the program’s decade-long search for a productive tight end after Texas confirmed...


Williams holds same outlook despite accolades

Alex Briseño August 6, 2017

Connor Williams hasn’t always been considered the best offensive tackle in college football. Two years ago, when Williams arrived on the 40 Acres as a freshman, he didn’t do so as a four...


Locke establishes leadership prior to fall camp

Alex Briseño July 28, 2017

A forgotten water bottle in the players’ lounge one evening during summer practice originally appeared to be little more than a harmless mistake by junior cornerback P.J. Locke III. But he quickly...


New season, same goal for Longhorns

Alex Briseño July 7, 2017

The Longhorns have proven time and time again, they don’t rebuild — they reload. The term “rebuilding year” loomed over Texas last year after the burnt orange fell to Kansas...


Pierce reflects on first season at dream job

Alex Briseño July 1, 2017

Ever since he entered the college baseball scene as an assistant coach at Rice University in 1991, coaching at the University of Texas has always been David Pierce’s dream. Now, 26 years later, that...

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Longhorns primed for position battles in offseason camp

Alex Briseño June 25, 2017

Tom Herman doesn’t jump the gun when it comes to making decisions. That was clear in April when he refused to name Shane Buechele as Texas’ starting quarterback. “I think a healthy...


MLB Draft Hits Texas Roster

Alex Briseño June 18, 2017

The 2017 MLB Draft hit Texas — hard. As the draft concluded, Texas saw 11 of its players — tied for most in the country — get called to the big leagues. Although replacing 11 players...


Longhorns’ season ends just how it started

Alex Briseño June 9, 2017

Baseball is a cruel sport. Just ask the Longhorns. One-run losses tormented Texas early and often this season, and, like a plague, they hardly loosened their grip in the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns...


Texas advances to Regional Final after extra-inning instant classic

Alex Briseño June 5, 2017

Two innings before Texas sealed its 5-3 12-inning victory over top-seeded Long Beach State on Saturday night, the Longhorns appeared to be the victims of a game-winning inside-the-park home run. Texas...

Longhorns head west for regionals

Alex Briseño June 2, 2017

10 schools in the state of Texas qualified for the NCAA tournament, and nine of them will be playing their regional matchups in either the lone star state or down I-10 in Louisiana. The one team not playing...


Longhorns fall one run short of Big 12 title

Alex Briseño May 29, 2017

Cinderella runs are tough to stop – even in conference tournaments. No. 8-seeded Oklahoma State proved just that when the Cowboys shocked the conference this weekend after recording the last out...


Unlikely heroes advance Longhorns to Big 12 Championship

Alex Briseño May 28, 2017

Momentum is a tricky thing in sports. Usually, when a team has it, they don't let it go –– usually. As the two teams returned to the field less than an hour after No. 2-seeded TCU...

Texas downs Sooners in upset-filled Wednesday

Alex Briseño May 25, 2017

The first day of the Big 12 tournament left many fans stunned at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, but right as the sun began to set in Oklahoma City, all eyes re-focused on the Red River Rivalry. The No....


Seniors come up big in regular-season finale

Alex Briseño May 22, 2017

Senior Kacy Clemens choked back tears as he hugged his brother, sophomore Kody Clemens in the dugout before his final game on the 40 Acres. But it’s what Kacy did in his first appearance at the plate...


Pierce faces pressure as Longhorns prepare to face No. 9 TCU

Vanessa Le and Alex Briseño May 5, 2017

Head coach David Pierce knew exactly what his expectations were going into his first year on the 40 Acres. They’re the same as the rest of the Longhorn athletic program: win, or face the consequences....

Texas downs UT-Arlington Mavericks

Vanessa Le and Alex Briseño May 3, 2017

UFCU Disch-Falk Field froze as both the crowd and teams alike took a moment of silence for the victims of Monday’s horrific day on campus. The Longhorns also sported a black patch right above...


Hamilton communicates through on-field performance

Vanessa Le and Alex Briseño May 3, 2017

Freshman shortstop David Hamilton walked up to the batter’s box with the voice of his favorite rap artist, Kendrick Lamar, booming from the stadium speakers. Hamilton recently changed his walkup...


Texas runs through Stillwater with its road woes

Alex Briseño and Vanessa Le April 28, 2017

The Longhorns need to figure something out, and fast.   As Texas prepares for its final three series of the regular season, a common theme has arisen for the Longhorns: their struggles on the road....


Ragin’ Cajuns sting Longhorns with blowout win

Vanessa Le and Alex Briseño April 26, 2017

The Longhorns have been dominating at home this season with a 23–7 record. They entered the match against Louisiana with a home field advantage, but this time, home was at Constellation Field...


Kingham seals series sweep for Longhorns

Alex Briseño April 24, 2017

Texas finished off the series sweep of New Orleans on Sunday afternoon, but the Privateers made things interesting.  The Longhorns watched their 3-0 lead evaporate into a tied ballgame in the seventh...

Longhorns cruise in game one victory over New Orleans

Alex Briseño April 22, 2017

Texas couldn’t get anything going early on at the plate — then junior Travis Jones stepped into the box. Jones stood at the plate with the score locked at zero and two outs, but one swing...


Texas hosts series with New Orleans

Alex Briseño April 21, 2017

New Orleans limps into Austin this weekend with a five-game losing streak, but that doesn’t accurately reflect what the Privateers’ head coach Blake Dean has done for this program.  New...


Texas avoids sweep with win over Baylor

Alex Briseño April 17, 2017

Nothing went Texas’ way in its series with Baylor, but that all changed when Kacy Clemens stepped up to the plate in the 10th inning of the final game.  The Longhorns went into their third...


Tiny house brings alternative living to campus

Alex Briseño April 14, 2017

Joel Weber arrived in Nicaragua with nothing but a suitcase and a one-way ticket in search of a culture that would not only allow him to find himself, but also accept whoever he may be.  Long before...


McCann continues to rewrite his story at Texas

Alex Briseño April 13, 2017

Michael McCann achieved his childhood dream when he made the Texas baseball roster during his freshman year.  That’s why it was such a surprise when the redshirt sophomore hung his cleats...


Mathis, Longhorns get revenge on Bobcats

Alex Briseño April 12, 2017

Texas didn’t waste any time avenging the walkoff loss it suffered to Texas State earlier in the season. The Longhorns hosted the Bobcats at UFCU Disch-Falk Field for their second game, coming...

Longhorns capitalize off Oklahoma errors

Alex Briseño April 8, 2017

Oklahoma didn’t appear ready for the renewal of the Red River Rivalry quite yet, and Texas took full advantage of it. No. 16 Oklahoma (26–7, 4–3 Big 12) didn’t look like the...


Longhorn catchers form dynamic duo behind the plate

Vanessa Le and Alex Briseño April 6, 2017

No one in the Longhorn clubhouse anticipated a battle for the starting catching job to arise at the beginning of the season.  But with the 33rd game of the season approaching, junior Michael Cantu...

Texas issues statement following Roliard’s hospitalization

Alex Briseño April 4, 2017

Kevin Roliard got off to a strong start in his first year at the 40 Acres, maintaining a 0.00 ERA through 4.2 innings pitched, but he won’t get to improve upon those numbers in the near future. Texas...


Texas loses series after back-to-back one-run losses

Alex Briseño April 3, 2017

The Longhorns left Lawrence on Sunday afternoon with a bitter taste in their mouths. The Texas ball club returned to Austin after another one-run loss, capping off a dramatic weekend for the team.  Despite...


Cantu returns home with a bang

Alex Briseño March 29, 2017

Michael Cantu returned not only to the field Tuesday night, but to his hometown as well. The Corpus Christi native returned to the lineup after Michael McCann received the majority of playing time as...


Texas uses big plays to complete series sweep of Kansas State

Alex Briseño March 27, 2017

Texas went 30 straight innings without allowing a run, but when Kansas State ended that streak Sunday, the Longhorns depended on their own bats to complete a series sweep of the Wildcats.  Texas...

Pitchers battle through adversity as Longhorns host Kansas State

Alex Briseño and Vanessa Le March 24, 2017

Texas watched its six-game winning streak dissolve into four losses in the span of as many games.  But thanks to the Longhorn bullpen, that all changed Wednesday night against UT-Rio Grande Valley. Texas...


Texas overcomes early deficit for victory

Alex Briseño March 23, 2017

The silence was deafening at UFCU Disch-Falk Field as the crowd of 3,968 sat on their hands while they watched Texas Rio Grande Valley score run after run in the first inning.  Texas was in the...


Texas downs rival No. 13 Texas A&M

Alex Briseño March 15, 2017

The sea of burnt orange in a crowd of 6,985 erupted at UFCU Disch-Falk Field as Texas A&M watched the Longhorns storm the field after it left the game-tying run 60 feet away from the plate. The...


Longhorns, Aggies set to resume rivalry in Austin

Alex Briseño March 14, 2017

Hook ‘em Horns signs flipped upside down throughout the crowd as Texas A&M players piled on top of each other at home plate following a walk-off home run in last year’s Lone Star Showdown. The...

Texas completes first series sweep in Pierce era

Alex Briseño March 13, 2017

Texas managed to get its first series sweep of the season, but the combination of unforgiving weather and a scrappy UCLA squad didn’t make it easy. The Longhorns battled in two back-and-forth...

Texas begins UCLA series on high note

Alex Briseño March 11, 2017

Texas found itself battling another Californian opponent for the second straight weekend. Last week, the Longhorns dropped three straight contests to Stanford in disappointing fashion. They found themselves...


Texas carries momentum into weekend series against UCLA

Alex Briseño and Vanessa Le March 10, 2017

Texas is coming off two dominant performances, but it took three straight defeats on the road against Stanford to light the fire the Longhorns needed to earn those wins.  After the dismal trip...

Texas blowout in fashion

Alex Briseño March 9, 2017

It’s not 1950, but don’t tell Texas that.  The Longhorns threw it way back by running out of the dugout sporting their retro uniforms from the ‘49-’50 seasons when they...

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Déjà vu in Palo Alto as Stanford’s Brodey walks off again

Alex Briseño and Vanessa Le March 6, 2017

Déjà vu filled the air in Palo Alto as No. 21 Stanford stormed the field following its second-straight walk-off victory over Texas on Saturday. And the player who came in clutch for the Cardinal...


Longhorns show versatility in impressive win over No. 21 Stanford

Alex Briseño March 3, 2017

Stanford was undefeated at home until Texas arrived in Palo Alto.  No. 21 Texas scored with speed, power and patience in its 4-0 victory over No. 19 Stanford on Thursday night.  One bunt...


McKenzie redeems first performance with domination

Alex Briseño February 28, 2017

The only player on the Longhorn roster who makes his own calls on the mound wasn’t even in a pitching group last semester. He also entered Sunday with a 54.00 ERA.  Junior Jake McKenzie...


Reynolds, McKenzie power Longhorns to first series victory

Alex Briseño February 27, 2017

The Longhorns have a Ryan Reynolds of their own, and although his performance didn’t win an Oscar last night, it was pivotal in Texas’ game-three victory over Connecticut at UFCU Disch-Falk...

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