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The Longhorn Republic is hopeful about the defense

The offense usually shines in the spring scrimmage, the defenders put on a show.

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The Texas Longhorns took the field for the annual Orange and White game to cap off their 2019 spring practice season. The wind kept down much of the offense, which gave the defense an advantage. Fans got a look at the new-look secondary, a retooled offensive line and an idea of what the future can hold with the early enrolees.

Texas struggled at home for the first time since beginning conference play, falling to the Kansas State Wildcats two games to one. Both the bats and pitching were inconsistent, Texas had a couple of key performances from its usual contributors.

Kyle and Gerald take the time to talk about not one, but two conference champions while the women’s golf team is ready to claim a title in Downing the Forty, before closing the show out with Bang the Drum.

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Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 )