Chris Petersen Hire Adds Substance to Gus Malzahn-Texas Longhorns Rumors
What a difference a week can make. On Saturday evening at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Tigers fans were celebrating their historic upset of Alabama, which made first-year head coach Gus Malzahn their program’s new savior. Six days later, Steve Sarkisian [...]
Nick Saban: College Football’s Host of Extreme Makeover
When there are hurricanes and earthquakes many times there are warning signs beforehand such as rock slides, tornadoes, rain, etc. In the college football and basketball coaching world many times there are those same signs if you know where to look. I [...]
Texas Longhorns Should Sit David Ash for the Remainder of the Season
Yesterday, the Texas Longhorns announced that quarterback David Ash will miss the team’s game on Saturday vs. the TCU Horned Frogs. After suffering his second concussion of the season in the first half of their game vs. the Kansas State [...]
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Texas Longhorns: Does Victory Over Oklahoma Sooners Change Anything for Mack Brown?
Though it has become a bit of a cliche, one could say that the unranked Texas Longhorns‘ upset victory over the No. 12 Oklahoma Sooners at the State Fair of Texas on Saturday was one of the most important wins in [...]
Texas Longhorns: Mack Brown’s Job Safe, For Now
The last couple years have been shaky for head coach Mack Brown of the Texas Longhorns, bringing into question his job security. In 2011, the ‘Horns lost to the Oklahoma Sooners 55-17. Then, they lost last year to the Sooners [...]
Texas Longhorns Have a Single Source of Motivation Against Oklahoma Sooners
Any college football player wants to make history. There’s nothing quite like having your name go down in the record books at your school for a positive. Nothing like creating a legacy which will be remembered for generations and that [...]
Is Oliver Luck the top choice to take over as Texas Longhorns athletic director?
Last week, Texas Longhorns athletic director DeLoss Dodds announced that he would be stepping down next August from the position he’s held for over three decades; however, many feel that the search for a new athletic director is already in [...]
Texas Longhorns: The Quandary of a David Ash Medical Redshirt
For another week, Texas Longhorns junior starting quarterback David Ash will miss a start, this time against the Oklahoma Sooners in the Red River Shootout. Ash continues to struggle with lingering effects from a concussion he suffered against the BYU Cougars [...]
Texas Longhorns Victory Brief Reprieve From Rough Times Ahead
Somehow, in spite of controversial calls, a ridiculous personal foul by senior wideout Mike Davis that deserved an ejection, and bizarre play calling which was antithetical to what was actually working, the Texas Longhorns somehow managed to escape from Ames, Iowa [...]
Will DeLoss Dodds Retire As Texas Longhorns Athletic Director Sooner Than Announced?
There have been rumors for weeks, but now it is official; Texas Longhorns athletic director DeLoss Dodds, despite initially denying the rumors, has announced that he plans to retire on August 31, 2014, after 32 years in the position. However, [...]