Texas goes into its bye week with a few injuries to mend, but with momentum heading into the close of its season.
The coveted four-star big man is set to announce his commitment at 7 p.m. Central.
The Horns and Pokes are set for the evening slot for their Oct. 27 meeting.
Burnt Orange Nation was on hand to see several Texas targets over the weekend, including quarterback commit Roschon Johnson.
The senior is practicing with the team despite getting banged up last Saturday.
That sound you just heard was the collective sigh of relief from the Burnt Orange Nation.
The freshman has already put his name in the record books and could have one of the best freshman seasons in school history.
After outlasting Baylor on Saturday afternoon, the Longhorns climbed two spots in the AP Top 25 to No. 7
Four teams ranked ahead of Texas all lost Saturday, giving the Longhorns some room to rise in the rankings.
It’s been quite some time since the Horns could celebrate a bowl berth this early in the season, which marks a sign of where the program is headed under head coach Tom Herman.
The sophomore left during the first drive of the game and didn’t return.
The starting quarterback got hurt and the kicker missed two field goals, but the Horns are 6-1 after a narrow win.
A win is a win, especially when it comes without your starting quarterback.
The sophomore went to the locker room with the training staff during Texas’s first offensive possession and was not able to return to the game.