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Longhorns Daily News: Washington OC Ryan Grubbs on Texas’ T`Vondre Sweat: ‘You got to keep bodies on him all the time’

Plus: Texas WBB faces Baylor tomorrow afternoon

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Washington Huskies offensive coordinator Ryan Grubbs opened up about Texas Longhorns defensive lineman T`Vondre Sweat – a unanimous All-American selection – earlier this week.

“You got to block him,” Grubb said, per On3, referring to Sweat’s outsized matchup versus Washington linemen. “You got to keep bodies on him all the time. And you have to try to wear him out. He’s a talented, athletic player. I’ve said this before. I think they’ve got great front players, but I’m always amazed with how well the front is coached. I think Texas does a phenomenal job with the technique, and how hard those guys play, but they don’t play the whole game. So I think trying to wear them down a little bit and get our guys to have the right mindset and physical mentality to just keep them moving and try to wear them out.”


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  • Texas women’s basketball takes on Baylor tomorrow at 1pm Central.