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Texas Longhorns history

A salute to the military veterans of Texas Longhorns football

Here’s a list of Longhorn football lettermen known to have served in the military, from the Spanish-American War to the wars of the 21st century.

UT football history: That time a Longhorn guard was mistakenly reported dead

103 years before Jerry Lee Lewis’s erroneously-reported death, there was a similar incident involving a popular Longhorn.

Ranking the states that have produced the most Texas Longhorns

UT’s historic out-of-state players have primarily come from these states.

Texas Longhorn legend Steve Worster has died

The former All-American fullback was a starter on two national championship teams.

These high schools have produced the most Texas Longhorns - Part Two

The all-time top football pipeline schools for the University of Texas.

These high schools have produced the most Texas Longhorns - Part One

The seven schools named here have sent more than their share of big time players to Austin over the years.

On Joseph Maytubby: The first Oklahoman to play for Texas

Maytubby, a member of the Chickasaw Nation, was a football star and team captain at Duke (then called Trinity College) before playing one season at Texas in 1896.

UT’s forgotten Olympians

Profiling two early Texas star athletes who are missing from the school’s list of all-time Olympians

In remembrance of Capt. James “Red” Goodwin

He joined the Army Air Corps after being elected Texas Longhorn co-captain for 1941, and was shot down over Germany three years later.