Texas Longhorns Football
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Texas slated to get its QB1 back for Saturday’s showdown in Dallas.
Texas has the opportunity to solidify its direction under Sark with this game.
With a health on their side, does Sark return to his original QB1, or ride the hot hand?
The Red River Showdown isn’t the Big 12’s marquee game on Saturday, but it is a chance for Steve Sarkisian to pick up a signature win.
After a developmental season as a freshman, the Denton Ryan product is emerging as one of the team’s most dynamic offensive weapons.
The Longhorns needed a get right game after struggling against Texas Tech.
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Longhorns rebound against the Mountaineers and grab some momentum heading into their annual showdown against Oklahoma.
Observations from a much-needed bounce back win over the Mountaineers.
Four touchdowns in the first half ensured there wasn’t any drama for the Longhorns against the Mountaineers.
The Longhorns got a much-needed bounce-back win over the Mountaineers.
This was the kind of performance Texas needed heading into the Red River Showdown.
Steve Sarkisian dialed up some trickery early against the Mountaineers.
The target return date for the redshirt freshman is next week in the Cotton Bowl.
"It’s one of a kind. You’re not going to get that feeling anywhere else."
Both teams are looking to avoid an 0-2 start in conference play.
Our concern level after the Tech loss and more.
The Longhorns starter has been throwing for about two weeks and is making progress, according to head coach Steve Sarkisian.
Can the Texas passing attack challenge the Mountaineers?
In the meeting, the team’s leadership council addressed areas for improvement.
Texas has led at the half in five of their nine losses. Starting strong isn’t the issue — finishing is the issue.