Benson was reportedly involved in a motorcycle accident on Saturday night.
Who’s the most important player on both sides of the ball? Which game can the Longhorns not afford to lose? We answer that and more.
The Texas Longhorns running back room now includes another scholarship option.
Caden Sterns could be the first of the four injured starters to return to practice.
As of Saturday, less than 400 season tickets were still available to the public.
The Temple star becomes Texas’ third commitment of the week.
The procedure was minor enough that the sophomore is expected back for the season opener.
Shaka Smart has found his replacement for Daniel Roose.
Daniel Young has seen his role reduced significantly since his freshman season, but rather than leaving the Longhorns, he’s working to improve.
After recently appearing destined for Texas A&M, a late change in momentum has resulted in Xavion Alford landing with the Longhorns.
Keondrn Coburn is yet to make his first start, but he’s already drawing comparisons to Poona Ford. Nevertheless, Coburn wants to make his own name.
The Longhorns sophomore is set to appear in court on Aug. 22.
The Utah defender will be the first member of the #cloUT2020 class to take the field in the 2019 season.
Dan Snyder’s franchise continues to be one of the worst run in professional sports and a Longhorns legend is currently paying the price.
The Longhorns legend knows how to win at Texas and brings a deep pitching pedigree back to the program.
After spending much of his freshman campaign as a reserve, the former four-star prospect is learning the diverse responsibilities demanded by Todd Orlando.
The walk ons received a big surprise during a team meeting on Wednesday.
The Lake Travis standout committed to the hometown Longhorns in early July.
Can Craig Naivar and Jason Washington close with the talented Houston-area prospects in the coming days? There’s cause for optimism.
Is the hype the Horns have entering 2019 warranted, and will it last? USA Today’s Dan Wolken chimes in on that and much more.
The local star should prove to be a major coup for the Horns in the trenches.
We bring it home with Albie Shore of Viva The Matadors to get some insight into the Red Raiders.
Ingram suffered a bone bruise, while Sterns has a low-grade high ankle sprain.
Yet another key target on Texas’ big board is now committed to the Longhorns.
The preseason All-Big 12 selection will need a big year on the field and on the sidelines for the Longhorns.
Drake spent six seasons in Austin alongside former Texas coach Mack Brown.
Two of the team’s most important players also suffered injuries during Sunday’s practice.
The Lufkin star flashes impressive timing and awareness, and often arrives at the point of attack with purpose.
Running back Kirk Johnson and safety DeMarvion Overshown have suffered early injuries.
For the passing game to be effective, the 2019 Longhorns will need more than just Collin Johnson to make plays.
Smokey’s Midway will connect Bevo Blvd. and Longhorn City Limits in an attempt to bring a "State Fair-like atmosphere" to gamedays.