One of the top color commentators in college football shared his insights on the Longhorns in an exclusive interview in Arlington.
The Longhorns narrowly outlasted Baylor in a bizarre finish for Isaiah Hookfin’s signature, and in doing so, Texas found a talent who has wasted no time impressing in Austin.
In 2019, Sam Ehlinger will be receiving snaps from one of the best centers in college football.
The combination of a top-100 prospect and a high-upside take is big news for position coach Oscar Giles.
Hype continues to soar surrounding a trio of Texas’ most talented players.
Longhorn fans aren’t the only ones with high expectations for the sophomore running back.
The Longhorns are now targeting a long versatile defender from Florida.
Despite the defensive tackle label, Vernon Broughton’s skill set could be utilize all along the defensive line.
Some may feel that Texas is back, but Tom Herman believes that buying into those remarks limit where the Longhorns want to go.
Texas almost won several more games throughout the previous two seasons, but almost won’t bring a championship to Austin.
According to Tom Herman.
Les Miles brings a championship pedigree to the Big 12, but can his style, especially on offense, win in an up-tempo, air-raid league?
Despite becoming the most successful football program in the state throughout the past decade, TCU still suffers on the recruiting trail when competing against the likes of Texas and Texas A&M.
Sounds like... not fun. But it’s important to piss like a champions every day.
"We weren’t here to just have a really good season in year two. We were here to rebuild a program that’s capable of sustaining success and we feel like we’re on our way there."
With Lathan Ransom headed to Ohio State, Texas now faces increased pressure to close with one of its two remaining safety targets.
Can Sam Ehlinger add to his legacy and join Vince Young and Colt McCoy as the only Longhorns to win the award?
On Tuesday, Tom Herman provided another tremendously positive update regarding Derrian Brown’s road to recovery following a stroke.
Until proven otherwise, the Big 12 is Oklahoma’s league, but the Longhorns enter 2019 in the best position to snap the Sooners’ streak of conference championships.
As Texas adds DFW talent to 2020 class, Lincoln Riley details Sooners’ success recruiting the Metroplex
The Longhorns are looking to take their piece of the pie out of the DFW Metroplex, which has long been an Oklahoma recruiting stronghold.
After missing out on in-state playmaker Jahari Rogers, the Longhorns will have to strengthen their chances with a few elite cornerbacks.
The Longhorns appeared to be in line to receive some excellent news on the recruiting trail today prior to this news.
Todd Orlando’s impact has been felt in Austin, and first-year Texas Tech coach Matt Wells has taken notice of Orlando’s ability to slow the Big 12’s potent offenses.
The talented sophomore looks to add another piece of hardware to his shelf.
Colt McCoy was the last Longhorn to win the award, doing so in 2009.
Touching the trophy is only for champions. Earned, not given.
Apparently 11 fanbases think Texas cares about their program enough to consider them a rival. Well, that’s simply not true.
Despite the slight frame of the Lake Travis gunslinger, he can, well, sling it.
The Horns need the senior defensive end to continue holding the point of attack, while making more impact plays overall.
Thirteen former student athletes and one administrator will receive induction this August.