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Texas Open Practice Defensive Quick Hitters


An overview of the Texas defense from the second open practice on Thursday, August 12, 2010.

2010 GoBR Texas 25 Debut


The first-ever GoBR Texas 25 for 2010 -- ranking the top 25 high school football players in the state of Texas.

By the Numbers: 2010 Texas Longhorns Recruiting Class


Behind the numbers of the 2010 Texas recruiting class -- a look at the astonishing success rate the Longhorns experienced in securing commitments from nearly every player offered.

Texas Longhorns 2010 Class Overview: The Chosen 25


It's National Signing Day 2010 and the Texas Longhorns just received Letters of Intent from all 25 commits. BON brings you an overview of the entire class, including in-depth analysis and scouting...

Texas Longhorns Signing Day Headquarters/Open Thread (Update: All 25 Sign)


It's National Signing Day and this is your headquarters and open thread for all the action today as the 25 members of the 2010 Texas recruiting class fax in their Letters of Intent and several...

Morning Coffee Gets Offensive


Morning Coffee looks at 2011 offensive lineman, as well as the initial Rivals position rankings for 2010, lists that include several Longhorn targets and commits ranked first at their respective...

Morning Coffee Looks At Outstanding Offers


With 19 commitments already for the Longhorns' 2010 class, there are only a few spots left open, but 11 outstanding offers. Here's a breakdown of those players and where they fit.

Second Junior Day Nets Seven New Commitments


Another wild Junior Day weekend for the Texas Longhorns, as Mack Brown's program secured seven commitments on the weekend, pushing the total number of current commitments for the 2010 class to 19....

Espinosa makes 13 ($)


Orangebloods is reporting that Cedar Park offensive lineman Dominic Espinosa received an offer from the Longhorns yesterday and became the 13th commitment for the 2010 class. No other confirmation from the other services yet. If it's true, it means that DeSoto's Evan Washington has virtually no chance of receiving an offer, unless Jake Matthews goes elsewhere and the coaches decide they want three offensive lineman in the class. I don't really see that happening, but there will be a spot open for Matthews until the 2010 class signs in roughly 11 months.

Final Junior Day Thoughts Before the Weekend


The final look at the attendees of the second and final Texas Junior Day.

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