Spring practice is officially underway. Like, officially officially.
Included among the recently healthy Texas Longhorns is star returning wide receiver Xavier Worthy, who, according to head coach Steve Sarkisian, played with a broken hand in 2022.
“One guy that was great to have back out there today — which you guys didn’t know about and I tried to protect this throughout the season — but Xavier had a broken hand essentially the second half of the season,” Sarkisian said, per 247Sports. “He was in a cast for about eight weeks roughly, so to get him back out there practicing full speed was awesome.”
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Moody was a double hit for men’s and women’s basketball
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Sark out to refine Ewers, re-find pass rusher or two or ...
Austin American-Statesman: Texas opens spring practices with a healthy Xavier Worthy in hand
Dallas Morning News: Quinn Ewers vs. Arch Manning and other big questions for Texas coach Steve Sarkisian
Inside Texas: Morning Brew: Year 2 for Quinn Ewers under way and other offensive notes from spring practice No. 1
Inside Texas: Steve Sarkisian excited about clean-cut Texas QB Quinn Ewers’ second-year growth potential
Inside Texas: ‘I just want to get the guy healthy’: Texas QB Maalik Murphy still dealing with injury
Inside Texas: On Texas Football: Spring football reactions, Steve Sarkisian’s first press conference of 2023
Inside Texas: Sark’s spring priorities? Pass game and pass rush
Inside Texas: Practice one reveals that Texas football is brimming with offensive talent
Inside Texas: Catalon, Holmes bring ‘needed’ experience to Texas secondary
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Top247 DB Jordon Johnson-Rubell goes in-depth on upcoming visits
Inside Texas: Corian Gipson locks in Texas official visit date
Inside Texas: 2025 safety Sael Reyes recaps Texas visit
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: Big 12 MBB power forward report cards
Viva the Matadors: Tech goes 1-2 at the Shriners Classic
The Smoking Musket: Erik Stevenson joins elite company in West Virginia basketball history
Bring On The Cats: K-State stumbles 89-81 at West Virginia
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Aaron Rodgers to the Jets is drawing closer to a reality
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SB Nation: Referee Scott Foster swings outcome of Nuggets-Raptors with technical foul, ejection
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- It’s gonna be an interesting offseason.