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30: Sports writer feigns competence

Daniel Clay December 5, 2016

Editor’s note: A 30 column is a chance for departing permanent staff to say farewell and reflect on their time spent in The Daily Texan basement office. The term comes from the typesetting mark (—30—)...

UT swimmer Joseph Schooling beats Michael Phelps to take Olympic gold

Ezra Siegel, Jackie Wang, and Daniel Clay August 13, 2016

Longhorn athletes continued to be a fixture on the podium in the 2016 Olympics with junior swimmer Joseph Schooling taking gold for Singapore in the 100-meter butterfly. The 21-year-old marked his second...

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Games to Watch: Season Preview

Daniel Clay August 2, 2016

Sept. 4 vs. Notre Dame The Fighting Irish pummeled the Longhorns 38-3 in the first game of the 2015 season in South Bend, Indiana. It turned out to be a pretty accurate first look at Texas’...


Self-inflicted wounds doomed 2016 Texas baseball

Daniel Clay May 31, 2016

“Baseball is a cruel mistress.” Now former Longhorn head coach Augie Garrido uttered that phrase more than a few times over the course of the 2016 season and that adage proved true on opening...


Longhorns’ season ends in Big 12 semifinal against TCU

Michael Shapiro and Daniel Clay May 29, 2016

Game 1: Texas wins on walk-off All it took was one swing. With a ninth-inning solo moonshot over the center-field fence at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, freshman Kody Clemens kept Texas...

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Nine-run inning propels Longhorns past Oklahoma State

Daniel Clay May 28, 2016

Texas’ season looked like it was on its final legs. The Longhorn bullpen surrendered seven runs, and squandered an early 3-1 lead against Oklahoma State Friday night. Down 8-3, it was time for...

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Texas stays alive with 15-3 barrage against Baylor

Daniel Clay May 26, 2016

Texas got kicked in the teeth in its 2016 Big 12 Tournament debut against Oklahoma State on Wednesday, losing 10-4 despite jumping out to a 4-0 lead through four and a half innings. But on Thursday, the...


Big 12 Notebook: Three teams to watch in the Big 12 tournament

Daniel Clay May 25, 2016

The 2016 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship will take place from May 25-29 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.  The double elimination tournament will feature the top eight...


Defensive lapses, stagnant offense return again against Baylor

Daniel Clay May 20, 2016

The Longhorns continued their descent on the slow downward spiral that's defined the final month of their 2016 season. The familiar culprits of fielding gaffes and stagnant offense made their...

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Bobcats scratch out a victory thanks to Texas miscues

Daniel Clay May 18, 2016

On a balmy Tuesday night, Texas Baseball’s non-conference schedule mercifully drew to a close. The Longhorns’ 3­–2 loss to Texas State was a fitting conclusion to a non-conference...


Longhorns win, thanks to Panthers’ comedy of errors

Daniel Clay May 4, 2016

From the perspective of raw numbers, Texas’ 7-0 win over Prairie View A&M inched the Longhorns (21–24) one game closer to .500.  But a closer examination of what ended up being...


Dodds named to NACDA Hall of Fame class

Daniel Clay May 3, 2016

Longtime Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds’ career achievements were recognized with an induction into the 2016 National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame class.  Dodds,...


Texas Tech wins clash of conference elite

Daniel Clay May 3, 2016

No. 6 TCU and No. 10 Texas Tech, the two top-ranked teams in the Big 12, faced off against each other in Fort Worth in a preview of what could be the conference tournament final. The two teams split...


Texas comeback not enough to hold off sweep

Daniel Clay May 2, 2016

Earlier in the season, Sunday’s 8-4 loss to the No. 21 Oklahoma State Cowboys might have made a nice teaching moment in the locker room for Texas head coach Augie Garrido. The Longhorns stampeded...

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Longhorns get swept in doubleheader as offense struggles

Daniel Clay and Michael Shapiro May 1, 2016

Texas’ offense came into Saturday’s doubleheader against Oklahoma State white hot, averaging nine runs per game in its last seven outings. But that same offense was shut down at UFCU Disch-Falk...


Freshman pitcher has plans for the future

Daniel Clay April 28, 2016

The situation looked like a total disaster. Texas State had bases loaded with one out and the score tied at 4 in the bottom of the ninth inning in its March 1 matchup against Texas. To make matters...

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Big 12 Notebook: Cowboys win clash of Big 12 titans

Daniel Clay April 27, 2016

The TCU Horned Frogs traveled to Stillwater, Oklahoma, hoping to climb in the Big 12 rankings and get one step closer to knocking off the conference-leading Texas Tech Red Raiders.  The Oklahoma...


Does Augie Ball add up?

Daniel Clay April 26, 2016

According to Texas head coach Augie Garrido, the sacrifice bunt is a key element in his NCAA record 1,969 career victories. According to major league baseball statistics, however, the sacrifice...


Hot streak to be tested in Lubbock

Daniel Clay April 22, 2016

This year has been a tale of two seasons for the Longhorns.  Texas non-conference resume includes a rather unflattering 10-15 record and some eyebrow raising mid-week losses. But in conference...


Healthy lineup leads Texas into season’s end

Daniel Clay April 19, 2016

Texas’ preseason plan to turn into an offensive juggernaut that avoids strikeouts, gets on base often, and lights up the scoreboard has failed to meet expectations. Prior to last weekend’s...


Offense springs to life in rainy weather

Daniel Clay April 17, 2016

It was not hard to find the silver lining despite the sporadic rain during Saturday’s game.  A second-straight offensive outburst as well as a complete game by senior Ty Culbreth gave Texas...


Big 12 Notebook: Texas Tech keeps on surging

Daniel Clay April 12, 2016

The Texas Tech Red Raiders torrid streak continued last weekend against then-No. 16 Oklahoma State. The Red Raiders traveled to Stillwater having just split a two-game midweek road series against then-No....


Johnston’s gem, Gurwitz’s homer not enough to get sweep

Daniel Clay April 11, 2016

The Longhorns entered Sunday’s matchup with Kansas State looking for a series sweep to begin the slow climb back to postseason relevance.  But a great start by Texas sophomore starter Kyle...

Sibling rivalry powers Longhorns to 6-3 victory at Kansas State

Daniel Clay April 10, 2016

There’s nothing quite like a little sibling rivalry to ignite a baseball team. Kody and Kacy Clemens each crushed two run homers to fuel a strong offensive performance in the Longhorns 6-3 series...


Big 12 Notebook: Garrido elected to National College Baseball Hall of Fame

Daniel Clay April 6, 2016

College baseball’s winningest coach finally earned the sport’s highest honor for a head coach.  Texas skipper Augie Garrido was announced as a 2016 inductee into the National College...


Longhorns shutout 5-0 by Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Daniel Clay April 6, 2016

In his last start, Texas A&M Corpus Christi starter Aaron Hernandez lasted just two-thirds of an inning against the NAIA University of Houston Victoria Jaguars.  He was practically un-hittable...


Roaring start evens Red River Rivalry series

Daniel Clay April 3, 2016

Texas ace Ty Culbreth had one of his shakiest starts of the season, but an offensive awakening rendered the senior’s struggles irrelevant. After shutting down in Friday night’s series opening...


Three bad pitches hand Longhorns ugly 6-1 loss to Oklahoma

Daniel Clay April 2, 2016

Three pitches were all it took to make Friday an unpleasant night for right-handed pitcher Morgan Cooper and the rest of the Longhorns. Oklahoma cruised to a 6-1 victory over Texas in Norman, with all...


Big 12 Notebook: Barrera finds power stroke, wins conference honors

Daniel Clay March 31, 2016

Texas third baseman Tres Barrera’s strong showing at the plate earned the junior his first career Conference Player of the Week honors. Barrera hit at a .400 clip over four games and crushed...


Ninth inning issues lead to Longhorns’ demise against Lamar

Daniel Clay March 30, 2016

Six great innings by the Texas bullpen and freshman catcher Michael Cantu’s continued resurgence at the plate balanced struggles by the rest of the offense to hold the Lamar Cardinals to a 2-2 stalemate...


Title defense begins with conference’s best

Daniel Clay March 24, 2016

Thursday’s matchup between Texas and No. 6 TCU marks the start of conference play for the defending Big 12 tournament champions.  The reigning tournament champions though, are not the 13–3...


Big 12 Notebook: TCU off to roaring start

Daniel Clay March 23, 2016

TCU has shown no signs of ceding its position atop the Big 12.  The Horned Frogs, ranked No. 1 in the Big 12 preseason rankings, got a head start on the run to a conference title with a dominating...


Texas bats spring to life against UTSA

Daniel Clay March 23, 2016

The Longhorns entered Tuesday’s game with a gloomy demeanor and their worst record through 20 games in over a decade.  But a springtime revival by the Texas offense drove away the grey skies...


Bullpen drags Texas down in loss to UCLA

Daniel Clay March 14, 2016

Success, in show business and baseball, is hard to come by in Los Angeles. The Longhorns proved that adage true on Sunday, dropping a 6-3 contest to No. 19 UCLA and losing the three-game series. Texas...


Longhorns fall to UCLA on walk-off home run

Daniel Clay March 13, 2016

Clutch hitting by the bottom of the order allowed the Longhorns to overcome a one-run deficit in the ninth inning, but it was not enough to down the No. 19 UCLA Bruins, who had the final say in a 5-4 walk-off...


Clemens collaboration, Cooper gem propel Texas over Sam Houston State

Daniel Clay March 9, 2016

The Longhorns began the 2016 season with the motto “Do simple better.”  Thirteen games into the season and riding a four-game losing streak, the Longhorns finally did simple better. Power...


Disheveled Texas looks to rebound against Sam Houston State

Daniel Clay March 8, 2016

Punchless offense and porous defense don’t breed success against Power Five baseball teams.   In eight games against Pac 12 opponents Stanford and Cal, the Longhorns sport a 2–6 record...


Offense shuts down in loss to #12 California

Daniel Clay March 6, 2016

Great starting pitching, poor fielding and no offense. The formula has become common for Texas, and was enough to drop the Longhorns below .500 in a 6-0 home loss at the hands of the California Golden...


Late rally not enough to top No. 12 California

Daniel Clay March 5, 2016

Texas was down 4-3 with two on and one out on in the bottom of the ninth. The Longhorns were riding a late inning offensive renaissance en route to a signature comeback win. Or so it seemed. With...


Longhorns prevail against Texas State in 11 innings

Daniel Clay March 2, 2016

Prior to Tuesday night’s game, an early inning deficit was enough to drain the energy out of the Texas bats.  With two outs in the bottom of the eighth, Texas State catcher Ryan Newman hammered...

Culbreth wins Big 12 Pitcher of the Week award

Daniel Clay March 1, 2016

Senior Ty Culbreth was named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week on Monday for his eight-inning gem against the Stanford Cardinal over the weekend.   The award is the first such accolade in Culbreth’s...


Consistent bats key in tough March games

Daniel Clay March 1, 2016

The Longhorn offense has been a bit of an anomaly in this young season.  Head coach Augie Garrido proudly touted his plan to emulate the 2015 Kansas City Royals by making contact, taking smart...


Missed opportunities, rough start lead to ugly Texas loss

Daniel Clay February 29, 2016

For three games, the Longhorns looked like a resurgent squad, ready to use elite pitching and clutch hitting to snatch a four-game series win against Stanford. But on Sunday afternoon, Texas was unable...


Culbreth’s Gem, Barrera’s steal ignite Texas win.

Daniel Clay February 28, 2016

Two infield singles and a batter reached base on a strikeout. Those were the only flaws in senior Ty Culbreth’s eight innings of work. The stellar line was good enough for the lefty to earn...


Former relievers hold down Longhorn rotation

Daniel Clay February 23, 2016

Tres Barrera called the 2016 Texas pitching staff the most talented in his three years at the 40 Acres.  “We’ve got some guys that can throw the baseball,” the junior catcher...


Texas evens series with offensive barrage, some good luck

Daniel Clay February 22, 2016

The Longhorns managed to play themselves out of a season opening win on Friday night. But Saturday, Texas took advantage of a change of heart on the part of lady luck to pull out an 11-2 win over UNLV...

12th inning home run sinks Longhorns’ season opener

Daniel Clay February 20, 2016

The Longhorns spent all offseason talking about how they wanted to erase the memory of a 2015 campaign marred by wasted potential and missed opportunities. One smooth swing of the bat in the 12th inning...


Longhorns look to the best for approach at the plate

Daniel Clay February 16, 2016

The 2015 Longhorns needed some advice on how to score runs. The Texas offense did little to strike fear in the hearts of opposing pitchers last season. The Longhorns hit a collective .259 last season,...


Barrera sets sights on Omaha

Daniel Clay February 10, 2016

Tres Barrera can’t get Omaha out of his head. Barrera, a designated hitter, catcher and first baseman, got a taste of the College World Series his freshman year when the Longhorns exceeded expectations...


Sawyer impresses as Longhorns knock off alumni 4-0

Daniel Clay February 8, 2016

Junior pitcher Josh Sawyer threw four innings of no-hit ball. “Augie Ball” made a return to Disch-Falk Field to the tune of four runs. In the end, the Longhorns walked off the field as 4-0...


Chad Hollingsworth retires from baseball

Daniel Clay January 30, 2016

Head Coach Augie Garrido announced on Friday that senior pitcher Chad Hollingsworth has retired from baseball due to complications with recovery from surgery following a 2015 season marred by a shoulder...


Spring sports season features busy schedule, key matchups

Daniel Clay January 21, 2016

The spring sports season features a busy schedule with key matchups for basketball, baseball and track and field. Here are some of the top events you’ll need to mark on your calendar. Baseball...


Stories You’ve Missed

Daniel Clay January 19, 2016

Texas students have, until today, been freed from the bonds of schoolwork for almost a month. Texas athletics, however, continued to make headlines while the rest of the student body was catching up on...


Where are they now? Former defensive end Sam Acho plays for Chicago Bears, works toward MBA

Daniel Clay April 30, 2015

When Sam Acho graduated from McCombs School of Business Honors Program in 2010, he had a long list of accolades on his résumé.  But Acho, now a pass rusher for the Chicago Bears,...


Where are they now: Tight end David Thomas

Daniel Clay April 16, 2015

The 2006 Rose Bowl game typically conjures up images of Vince Young tearing apart the USC defense and sneaking across the goal line with 20 seconds left on 4th-and-5. But few fans remember the team-leading...


Where Are They Now? Baseball star Brooks Kieschnick

Daniel Clay March 30, 2015

Brooks Kieschnick may have been the most versatile player to play baseball on the 40 Acres, and now he’s moving his varied skill set to new enterprises.  Kieschnick’s 34–8...


Where are they now: former Texas track star Leo Manzano

Daniel Clay March 5, 2015

Leo Manzano had never even run eight miles before the Texas track and field team recruited him in 2004.  “He hadn’t had the conditioning program that he was going to have at the University,...

Where are they now: Doug Dawson

Daniel Clay February 26, 2015

Few people are good enough and devoted enough to become consensus All-Americans while pursuing a petroleum engineering degree. Doug Dawson, a former Texas offensive lineman, managed to succeed in...


Where are they now: Point guard T.J. Ford

Daniel Clay February 20, 2015

T.J. Ford spent only two seasons in Austin. In that short span of time, the young point guard managed to lead Texas to a Final Four appearance while earning himself the Naismith Trophy for college player...


Where Are They Now: Kicker Anthony Fera

Daniel Clay February 6, 2015

After transferring to Texas from Penn State and suffering a groin injury that delayed his Longhorn debut, Anthony Fera took to the field his senior year to become one of the most consistent kickers Texas...


Where are they now: Cat Osterman, former softball pitcher

Daniel Clay January 29, 2015

Editor’s Note: This is part of a weekly series looking back at past Texas athletes and examining where they are now. This week features former softball pitcher Cat Osterman, who played for Texas...


Change required if Longhorns hope to regain prominence

Daniel Clay January 22, 2015

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones kick-started his college career by lighting up the scoreboard against some of the best competition in the nation and winning a national championship in his first three...

Matchups: TCU

Daniel Clay November 26, 2014

QB Advantage: TCU TCU junior quarterback Trevone Boykin is the key to the second-best scoring offense in the country. Boykin may be the quickest running quarterback that the Longhorns have faced...

Keys to the Game: TCU

Daniel Clay November 26, 2014

MAKE BOYKIN THROW Since Taysom Hill romped his way to a blowout win for BYU, the Texas defense has done a great job containing mobile quarterbacks, but TCU junior Trevone Boykin may pose an even bigger...


Texas’ soccer season ends against Notre Dame

Daniel Clay November 24, 2014

The women’s soccer season came to a close Friday with a 2-1 loss to No. 12 Notre Dame in College Station. Texas fought hard against one of the best teams in the country, but an 85th-minute score...


Texas soccer set for Fighting Irish in NCAA Tournament play

Daniel Clay November 21, 2014

Texas soccer’s first NCAA tournament game since 2011 ended with a comfortable 3-0 win over the Conference USA champion, Rice Owls. But now the Longhorns will travel to College Station for their next...


Women’s soccer knocks off Rice in first round of NCAA Tournament

Daniel Clay November 17, 2014

Texas soccer overcame frigid conditions Friday to knock off the Rice Owls, 3-0, in Austin and win its first NCAA tournament contest since 2011. The two teams traded possessions throughout the first...


Women’s soccer to take on Rice in NCAA Tournament opener

Daniel Clay November 14, 2014

After losing a heartbreaking penalty shoot-out against No. 9 West Virginia in the second round of last weekend’s Big 12 tournament, all the Texas women’s soccer team could do was cross its...

Keys to the Game: Oklahoma State

Daniel Clay November 14, 2014

HOT REED The Texas secondary showed exponential growth against West Virginia last week. Part of that may be because senior Quandre Diggs finally lined up as a cornerback, rather than a run-stopping...

Matchups: Oklahoma State

Daniel Clay November 14, 2014

QB Advantage: OSU Junior Daxx Garman has been fairly mediocre this season. The pocket passer has completed just over 50 percent of his passes and has thrown eleven touchdowns and as many interceptions. Texas’...

Weekend recaps

Men's tennis The men’s tennis team concluded fall individual competition with nine singles wins and four doubles wins at the Florida Invitational. The Longhorns started off hot, finishing...

Weekend Previews

Samantha Halbach, Daniel Clay, and Aaron Torres November 7, 2014

Softball Texas softball will finish off its fall season Friday when it travels to San Marcos to take on Texas State. The Longhorns will look to continue their dominant play, as they have outscored opponents...

Matchups: West Virginia

Daniel Clay November 7, 2014

QB Advantage: West Virginia West Virginia senior Clint Trickett has piloted the Mountaineer offense to an unexpectedly successful season. The pocket passer is a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien...

Keys to the Game: West Virginia

Daniel Clay November 7, 2014

WHITE-OUT West Virginia Senior Kevin White may be the most dynamic receiver in the country. The transfer from Lackawanna College has raked in 1,075 receiving yards, third-highest total in the nation,...

Texas soccer advances on penalty kick in Big 12 tourney

Daniel Clay November 6, 2014

Texas soccer entered Wednesday’s game against No. 10 Texas Tech needing a win to keep their waning Big 12 and NCAA tournament hopes alive. The game will go down as a 1-1 draw, but the Longhorns advanced...


Postseason begins for Texas soccer with rematch against No. 10 Texas Tech

Daniel Clay November 5, 2014

Texas women’s soccer sailed through the first six games of the season without making an appearance in the loser’s column.   However, the Longhorns’ remaining 13 games were a turbulent...


Weekend recaps: Cross country, rowing, soccer

Daniel Clay November 3, 2014

Cross country At the Big 12 Championship in Lawrence, Kansas, over the weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams finished fourth and seventh, respectively.  All-American...


Women’s soccer gets ready for regular season finale

Daniel Clay October 31, 2014

Last Friday, Texas was clinging on to the last spot in the Big 12 tournament. The Longhorns had dropped three of their last four conference games and were travelling to battle tough conference foes Oklahoma...

Matchups: Texas Tech

Daniel Clay October 31, 2014

QB Advantage: Texas Sophomore Tyrone Swoopes did not even reach 150 total yards, and he tried too often to use his cannon of an arm to squeeze passes into nonexistent windows. An atrocious Red Raider...

Keys to the Game: Texas Tech

Daniel Clay October 31, 2014

CONTROL THE CLOCK Texas has an immensely talented defense, including a couple of players who will continue to hone their craft in the NFL. However, when the defense is forced to stay on the field for...

Weekend recaps

Men's swimming and diving In a quad meet characterized by electric times and tight finishes — including one touch separated by one one-hundredth of a second — the men’s swimming...

Weekend previews

Women’s swimming and diving preview This weekend, the women’s swimming and diving team will fly to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to swim at the Canham Natatorium in its first intercollegiate competition...

Matchups: Kansas State

Daniel Clay October 24, 2014

QB Advantage: Kansas State Wildcat signal-caller Jake Waters is the engine behind one of the most balanced option attacks in the country. The senior leads the team in rushing and has notched two...


Keys to the Game: Kansas State

Daniel Clay October 24, 2014

Improved Linebacker Play The Texas three-man linebacking corps will have to play disciplined football and win its one-on-one matchups in order to contain Kansas State’s diverse collection of offensive...

Weekend recaps

James Grandberry and Daniel Clay October 20, 2014

Cross country Texas cross country showed minor signs of rust after its first competition in three weeks at the Pre-National Invitational in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Saturday. The men’s team...


Kristine Lilly brings experience and dedication to Longhorn soccer

Daniel Clay October 17, 2014

The Texas athletic program has seen some great athletes switch to coaching after calling it quits on their playing careers. Football defensive coordinator Vance Bedford, track and field head coach Mario...

Matchups: Iowa State

Daniel Clay October 17, 2014

QB Advantage: Iowa State Signal-caller Sam Richardson brings some much needed stability to a Cyclone program that has had its fair share of quarterback issues. The redshirt junior is a strong pocket...

Keys to the Game: Iowa State

Daniel Clay October 17, 2014

A BETTER THIRD QUARTER For one reason or another, the Longhorns have struggled on all sides of the ball in third quarters this season. The Longhorn defense held Baylor’s electric offense scoreless...

Weekend recaps

Daniel Clay October 13, 2014

Women's golf Shooting a 3-over-par 291 Sunday, the Longhorns secured a three-way tie for fourth to finish the first round of the 41st annual Betsy Rawls Invitational on Sunday.  Fifteen...


Texas women’s soccer up for another conference challenge against No. 11 Kansas

Daniel Clay October 10, 2014

The best teams in the nation will continue their barrage on the women’s soccer team’s schedule this weekend when the No. 11 Kansas Jayhawks (13-1-0) take on Texas (7-4-2) on Friday at 7 p.m....


Freshman Olivia Brook makes her mark early and often for the Longhorns

Daniel Clay October 9, 2014

The Longhorns were lucky to stumble through the first 90 minutes of last month’s conference opener against No. 10 Texas Tech without conceding a goal. But Texas was unable to maintain a consistent...

Keys to the Game: Oklahoma

Daniel Clay October 8, 2014

EFFECTIVE SWOOPES For better or for worse — mostly worse so far — the Texas offense runs through sophomore quarterback Tyrone Swoopes. Teams like Georgia can work around a mediocre quarterback...

Matchups: Oklahoma

Daniel Clay October 8, 2014

QB Advantage: Oklahoma Oklahoma’s Trevor Knight played poorly against TCU, but the redshirt sophomore still possesses the arm strength and awareness to zip down-field passes into tight coverage....

Weekend recaps

Daniel Clay and Jasmine C. Johnson October 6, 2014

Soccer downs Iowa State 1-0 in Ames The women’s soccer team (7-4-2) traded in the 80-degree confines of the 40 Acres for the 45-degree, 30-mph-wind pitch in Ames, Iowa, to play Iowa State (6-8-0). Despite...

Weekend previews

Kylie Hopkins, Daniel Clay, and Jasmine C. Johnson October 3, 2014

Men's Tennis Seniors All-Americans Søren Hess-Olesen and Lloyd Glasspool easily advanced to the next round of the main singles draw at the Saint Francis Health System ITA Men’s All-American...

Matchups: Baylor

Daniel Clay October 3, 2014

QB Advantage: Baylor Redshirt senior Bryce Petty sat out one game with back issues, but he rebounded with two rushing touchdowns and 336 passing yards last week. If he can keep up the strong numbers...

Keys to the Game: Baylor

Daniel Clay October 3, 2014

STOP THE RUN Baylor’s ground game is the most potent and balanced attack that Texas will see this season. BYU and UCLA generate most of their offense through their athletic quarterbacks, but Baylor’s...


Weekend recaps

Cross country Texas cross country faced its longest race so far at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minnesota this weekend, where the 8K and 6K races showed both the men and women, respectively, that there...

Weekend Previews: Track and field, soccer, men’s tennis and women’s tennis

Men's Tennis The men’s tennis team will compete in the Saint Francis Health System ITA Men’s All-American Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this Saturday in a tournament that goes until...

Matchups: Kansas

Daniel Clay September 26, 2014

QB Advantage: Texas Sophomore Tyrone Swoopes has done nothing to justify last season’s murmurs of a potential “Vince Young 2.0,” but he has avoided the head-scratching mistakes...

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