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Daily Round Up: Lots Of Offensive Challenges Ahead

Herman’s offensive coaches know what is at stake.

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Shaka Smart was very disappointed after the OU loss: “I’m just real disappointed because the last couple of days, coming off our last game, our guys really had a good understanding of what we needed to do tonight and it didn’t carry over.”

“There’s a major rebuild underway in Austin. “Herman took Fenves at his word. And he soon discovered a program rich with tradition but shallow on infrastructure, teeming with potential but stuck in the past and with little clue how to match its competitive desires with 2017 realities. In essence, Tom Herman arrived at mighty Texas to find the unlikeliest of rebuilding jobs.

“Tom Herman’s offensive assistants understand the challenges ahead. “If you have a competitive spirit about you, just a little bit, you want to be the one to get this place back to where it used to be,” Texas offensive line coach Derek Warehime said. “You want to have your name on that, as a player and a coach.”

The women’s basketball will attempt to keep their win streak going on Saturday when they play No. 19 Oklahoma. The Horns have the nation’s second-longest active winning streak.

Disch-Falk Field will have a new look in the outfield. “The left-center field alley has gone from 384 feet to 370 while the right-center field has gone from 384 feet to 365. The 20-foot monster wall in center field remains 400 feet away. Pierce added a unique feature, a short fence down the left field line that’s about five feet tall, similar to the one we see in right field at Boston’s Fenway Park.”

Miles Turner continues to excel on the court while giving back to the community.

In their wisdom, the NCAA has decided to revisit everyone’s favorite targeting rule.