The speedy freshman is playing behind the team’s most productive receiver so far, but that hasn’t stopped him from making his own mark.
The Big 12 (mostly) balled out on Saturday, resulting in lots of movement in this week’s power rankings
UT’s newest 2020 commit will face its newest 2021 commit in a game this week.
One of the top receivers in the country had a monster game against the Longhorns last season. Stopping it from happening again this season won’t be easy.
The Horns have lost five straight against the Pokes in Austin and haven’t won against Mike Gundy since 2014.
Led by the nation’s top-ranked amateur golfer, the Longhorns enter this season with high expectations.
The Longhorns will kick off their conference slate on the road against Baylor on Jan. 4.
Rookie Charles Omenihu notched his first career strip-sack making his NFL debut.
The Cowboys will come to Austin with another explosive offense led by running back Chuba Hubbard and wide receiver Tylan Wallace.
The No. 3 JUCO inside linebacker from the 2019 cycle appears to be headed out of the Texas program.
Texas found its stride on offense, while the defense discovered some playmakers heading into conference play.
Despite cruising past Rice, Texas fell in the updated FanPulse Top 25.
Rising wide receiver Jake Smith scored two more touchdowns this week.
Good news for the Longhorns.
The Longhorns hope to snap a losing streak against the Oklahoma State Cowboys as they start Big 12 play.
There’s a lot of football left, but Sam Ehlinger is well on his way to orchestrating the most impressive season of any quarterback in Longhorns history.
The Longhorns were in control from start to finish in Saturday’s contest with the Owls.
The Longhorns are moving the ball better than they ever have under Tim Beck and Tom Herman.
Sam Ehlinger and the Longhorns offense rolled, but Todd Orlando likely would have preferred to see his defense complete a shutout.
Texas was dominant on both sides of the ball while building a comfortable early lead.
Once again, Texas blew past an overmatched opponent to come away with a comfortable win.
The Longhorns center was taken to the locker room with an injury to his right foot.
Dicker the Kicker has a leg on him.
Can someone get some heaters over to the visitors’ lockers room at NRG, stat?
The issue nagged Johnson last week against the Tigers and will keep him out against the Owls on Saturday.
The Longhorns’ star receiver isn’t putting up notable numbers, but his presence is allowing those around him to do just that.
Texas has topped the Owls 13 consecutive times, and the BON staff expects that streak to continue on Saturday.
The pass protection held up especially well against the talented Tigers defense as the Longhorns upgrade at the guard positions.
As long as the Longhorns don’t allow the LSU loss to carry over, they should have few issues with Rice at NRG Stadium.