SAN ANTONIO — Friday night I traveled to Heroes Stadium in San Antonio to catch up with 2018 four-star twins Joshua and Jordan Moore.
The first half certainly fit the narrative. Early turnovers. Poor rebounding. Late shot clock makes by Alabama.
It was what the previous three games were. More on UT’s 77-68 win over Alabama.
Join us in the Member’s Only forum for a Q&A on how Tom Herman runs a football program.
You probably gathered that if you watched the body language in the press conference and the deference showed to Fenves when asked the larger Who, What, Why questions. Fenves has minimal knowledge of football, but he’s a very bright guy with a good understanding of leadership and organizational management. He also consulted a number of advisors – former players, coaches, successful alumni who have been a big part of the football program – to help him understand the landscape so that he could create a proper framework for his decision.
Join Eric Nahlin, Justin Wells, and the rest of the Inside Texas staff in a recruiting Q&A as Tom Herman and the rest of his new staff hit the recruiting trail in the state of Texas
The Alabama Crimson Tide, coached by Avery Johnson, come to Austin tonight to take on a reeling Longhorns squad that is hoping for some, any, positive result to build a little momentum on. Will Alabama oblige? Or will Texas sink lower into their current sinkhole?
The latest edition of Inside Texas Magazine is out! Inside: -D’Onta Foreman runs wild in Lubbock -Texas unable to top Mountaineers -Charlie Strong’s last stand -Scipio Tex on Texas threading the needle -Plus plenty of fantastic pictures from our Will Gallagher Speaking of, thanks to Will for putting together the magazine. He did another fantastic […]
With so much movement on the Texas Football recruiting horizon, we decided to drop a special Thursday in the Humidor. Texas commit status, targets getting visits, and more. Plus coaching news and a big playoff game on Friday.
Junior running back D’Onta Foreman will forego his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL Draft, Foreman told reporters on Wednesday. Foreman, a Doak Walker Award finalist, Heisman candidate and holder of the Texas record for most consecutive games played with over 100 rushing yards leaves Texas after rushing for 2782 yards and 20 touchdowns in three seasons, including rushing for 2028 yards in 11 games during his junior season.
It’s my nature to attack adversity/difficulty with positivity (so many -ty words). Something doesn’t go my way? I move on. Can’t control/change something? I look for how to incorporate this new reality into my life as seamlessly as possible.