1. Texas Longhorns Football: Now That Spring Practice Has Ended, What's Next?

    As the saying goes in Texas, there are two sports: football and spring football. Now that spring football has ended, what's next for the Texas Longhorns? Even though the team will ...

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  2. Big 12 Football: Power Ranking the Conference's Best Defenses for 2011

    Given the departure of one of the best team defenses in Big 12 Conference history —the notorious Blackshirts of Nebraska and 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year Prince Amukamara ...

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  3. Texas Football: 10 Ways for Quarterback Garrett Gilbert to Improve in 2011

    The eyes of the Texas Longhorns football nation are gazing squarely at junior quarterback Garrett Gilbert ...

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  4. Texas Longhorns Football: 2011 Texas Jamboree Spring Game Recap

    Entering this afternoon’s spring game, the Texas Longhorns were facing multiple questions on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball...

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  5. Texas Football: 2011 Longhorns Season Ticket Prices on the Upswing

    As if $5 hot dogs and $8 soft drinks weren't enough, the Texas athletic department has raised ticket prices for the upcoming 2011 Texas Longhorns football season. Season tickets for the Texas home games will cost fans $395...

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  6. Texas Longhorns Football: What Are Reasonable Expectations for the 2011 Season?

    The knee-jerk reaction among Texas football fans has been that the 2010 season was an anomaly and things will be "back to normal" in 2011...

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  7. Texas Co-Offensive Coordinator Major Applewhite Is Longhorns' Jack of All Trades

    Ask Major Applewhite what his role is with the Texas Longhorns and his response would probably be simple enough: co-offensive coordinator...

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  8. Texas Longhorns Football: Where Should Mack Brown Use Mykkele Thompson?

    Chances are you may not have heard of Mykkele Thompson. You will soon enough if you follow Texas Longhorns football...

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  9. College Football 2011: 8 Keys to Spring Practice for the Texas Longhorns

    As the Texas Longhorns return to practice following this week's spring break, the real work begins. With the installation of new schemes on both sides of the ball, an open quarterback ...

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  10. Texas Longhorns: 8 Reasons Why Mack Brown Can Turn Texas Around in 2011

    Many football fans around Austin (and for that matter, around the country), have begun to wonder whether the Texas Longhorns’ 2010 season was an anomaly, or an ominous sign of things to come...

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  11. Oakland Grizzlies Present a Huge First Round Challenge for Texas Basketball

    The Texas Longhorns held their own fate in their hands in Saturday's Big 12 championship game against the Kansas Jayhawks. With a win, Texas likely would have secured a No. 2 or No...

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  12. Texas Rangers: Will Nolan Ryan Replace Chuck Greenberg With His Sons?

    As confirmed by multiple reports this morning, including one from the Rangers front-office on Twitter, Pittsburgh-area sports attorney and Texas Rangers managing partner Chuck Greenberg has resigned...

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  13. Texas Football: Is David Ash Emerging from the Longhorns Quarterback Pack?

    Belton-native David Ash is one of the most prolific passers in the history of Central Texas high school football. His 61...

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  14. Texas Football: Are Longhorns' Closed Spring Practices Due to New ESPN Network?

    With the establishment of the Longhorn Network, the University of Texas will enjoy something which few other universities do: a 24-hour dedicated promotional vehicle...

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  15. Texas Football: The Top 10 Defensive Backs in Longhorns History

    There's a reason why the Texas football program has earned the moniker "DBU" over the past 20 years. The Longhorns have seen multiple players make a huge impact in Austin, then move on to the NFL to do the same...

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  16. Texas Football: The Top 10 Wide Receivers in Longhorns History

    Today's installment of the Texas Top 10 covers the 10 best wide receivers in the history of Texas football. Some of the names will be familiar to even the casual Texas fan, while others will certainly be a surprise...

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  17. Texas Basketball's Alexis Wangmene Suspended Indefinitely For DWI Arrest

    Update: Alexis Wangmene has been suspended indefinitely from the Texas basketball program, according to sources in Austin...

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  18. Texas Football: The Top 10 Linebackers in Longhorns History

    Over the next few weeks we'll take a look at the 10 best Texas Longhorns of all-time at each position, including quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, linebackers, secondary, offensive and defensive linemen, kick returners and, yes, even kickers...

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  19. Texas Football: Does Moving Lone Star Showdown Sacrifice Tradition for Money?

    According to a recent article in the Austin American-Statesman , the traditional Thanksgiving weekend matchup between the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies, known as the Lone Star Showdown, will be moved to December 3 for this upcoming season...

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  20. Texas Football: Who Will Be The Longhorns' X-Factor Player In 2011?

    As spring practice approaches on the Forty Acres there are an abundance of new faces, any of whom could quickly make an impact for the 2011 version of Texas Longhorns football...

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  21. Texas Football: Who Will the Longhorns Interview for the DB Coaching Position?

    A few days ago the Texas Longhorns coaching staff turned their attention to finalizing recruiting for the 2011 class and toward upcoming spring practice...

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  22. Michael Jordan: Could His Airness Help Out an NBA Team at 48?

    Interesting reports came out earlier this week that Michael Jordan had been occasionally taking the practice floor to add some fire to the listless Charlotte Bobcats' sessions...

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  23. Texas Football: Is New Defensive Back Coach Jerry Gray Leaving To Be Titans' DC?

    Just as soon as Mack Brown thought he had his coaching staff filled, he may be dead wrong. Multiple reports are surfacing over the past few days that newly-hired Texas Longhorns ...

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  24. Texas Football: Who Will Emerge as the Longhorns' Prime Wide Receiver in 2011?

    Following the finish of the 2010 collegiate football season, Texas Longhorn fans immediately began the debate about the core cause of the team's 5-7 record and its consistently inconsistent offensive performance...

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  25. Super Bowl XLV: 5 Reasons Why It's the Most Un-Texan of Them All

    Part of Jerry Jones’ master plan in building the mammoth new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington was to provide fans with a home Super Bowl in 2011...

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