1. Covering The Spread: Keys To Stopping The Red Raider Air Attack

    It may have been the most devestating play in Texas Longhorn history. When Texas Tech quarterback Grahm Harrell hooked up with star receiver Michael Crabtree for a touchdown with one second left ...

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  2. Texas-Wyoming: Longhorns Start Slowly, Finish Strong

    It wasn't exactly an ideal start for the Texas Longhorns, but Mack Brown will take the win. Texas struggled early against a hyped-up Wyoming team playing in front of a record home crowd...

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  3. Horns Roll Over Warhawks: Game Observations

    In their first outing of the season, the second ranked Texas Longhorns blasted the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 59-20, in front of a sellout crowd of over 100,000 fans...

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  4. Message For Mack: Devour Your Cupcakes

    It's rare that you see so many quality match-ups so early in a college football season, but that's exactly what we have to look forward to on Saturday. The Big 12 conference has its fingers in two of those huge games...

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  5. Bear to Watch: Electric QB Robert Griffin Could Bring Baylor Out of Hibernation

    By now we are all aware of the two premier quarterbacks in the Big 12: Oklahoma's Sam Bradford and Texas' Colt McCoy. These two, along with Florida's Tim Tebow, are the front runners in the race for this year's Heisman Trophy, and for good reason...

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  6. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Defensive Line

    When defensive coordinator Will Muschamp made his debut on the 40 Acres last season, the Texas defense regained the tenacity that had been missing through the 2006 and 2007 seasons...

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  7. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Offensive Line

    Going into the 2009 campaign, the Texas coaching staff should feel pretty confident in what they have at their disposal along the offensive front...

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  8. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Tight End

    Over the past few years, Texas has produced some very talented tight ends. Bo Scaife, David Thomas, and Jermichael Finley proved their worth while playing for the Longhorns, and now they are enjoying careers in the NFL...

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  9. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Receiver

    Last season, the college football world continued its journey in to the era of the spread offense. High-scoring offenses were the norm, specifically in the Big 12 conference, where the spread ...

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  10. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Running Back

    Earl Campbell. Ricky Williams. Cedric Benson. Jamaal Charles. Some of the greatest running backs in college football history have played for the University of Texas...

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  11. Texas Longhorns 2009 Preview: Quarterback

    Following a surprising run by Mack Brown's squad in 2008, the Texas Longhorns have their sights set on the ultimate prize in 2009...

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  12. Lamar Odom Needs To Step Up If Lakers are to Survive

    Kobe Bryant is the man in L.A. As such, he will be the one taking the brunt of media and fan displeasure for the Lakers' lackluster playoff performances, even though the future Hall of Famer ...

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  13. Malcolm Williams Could Become the New Roy Williams in Austin

    It was third down on the Texas nine-yard line. The Longhorns, down 29-19 to in-state foe Texas Tech, needed a play that could secure them a first down three yards away...

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  14. Following Sloppy Road Loss, Rockets' Need For T-Mac Evident

    The Houston Rockets are fine without Tracy McGrady, right? After all, the Rockets have made a run to the playoffs, even a run at the No. 2 seed in the West, without the man they traded for way back in 2004...

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  15. Teams Draft Weapons in This Year's NFL Draft

    The 2009 NFL Draft has officially concluded. Now begin the months of analysis and prediction-making leading up to the first pre-season game this summer...

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  16. Question of The Week: Is Josh Freeman First Round Material?

    One looks at former Kansas State quarterback Josh Freeman and sees shades of Oakland's JaMarcus Russell—physically menacing with a rocket launcher for a right arm...

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  17. Did the Longhorns Have a Hand in Keeping OU from Detroit?

    There is an article on the Austin American Statesman website written by senior writer Kirk Bohls that discusses the role the Texas Longhorns had in keeping Oklahoma from advancing to the national title game in Detroit...

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  18. Texas Longhorns Cap Off Spring Workouts with Annual Scrimmage

    On a blustery day in Austin, Texas, with 44,000 fans in attendance, the Texas Longhorn defense showed up the vaunted Longhorn offense. The orange squad defeated the white squad 21-7 in a game where nothing came easy for the quarterbacks...

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  19. NFL Draft: The Curious Case of Quan Cosby

    To NFL scouts, he's not particularly tall, standing a hair under 5'11. He's not really that young either at age 26. One would think by looking at his age that former Texas receiver Quan Cosby ...

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  20. Congress Switches Focus to BCS Flaws

    The Associated Press had an article on ESPN.com a few days ago regarding the BCS and its discussion in Congress. You can read the article here: http://sports.espn.go...

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  21. Texas-Duke: Gerald Henderson, Blue Devils Hold Off Late Longhorn Surge

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It's been that kind of year for the Texas Longhorns. Down 71-69 late in the game, Damion James launched a three from the right corner, only to watch it bounce in and out of the net...

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  22. Minnesota-Texas: Longhorns Sink Gophers' Tourney Hopes

    GREENSBORO, N.C.—All season long the Texas Longhorns have been searching for an identity on offense. Tonight they found one: A.J. Abrams...

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  23. Question of the Week: Does Pat White Deserve a Shot at Quarterback?

    West Virginia star quarterback Patrick White has a decision to make. He wants to play quarterback at the next level, but scouts project him as a receiver/returner...

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  24. Four Things Texas Longhorns Fans Should Look for This Spring

    Fresh on the heels of a thrilling Fiesta Bowl victory early last month, the Texas Longhorns are getting ready to hit the practice fields in preparation for a possible national title run in 2009...

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  25. Question Of The Week: What Is Wrong With The Longhorns?

    This is getting a bit ridiculous. Just when it looked like Rick Barnes' squad had finally gotten their mojo back after two straight victories following their three game losing skid, the Longhorns laid a goose egg...

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