Team morale post-USC, injury news, team notes, and getting to know UT’s future quarterback in the Scoop.
Texas heads back to LA for a battle with the No. 4 USC Trojans. Here’s our Gameday Primer.
Texas celebrates blowout win over San Jose State, post-game team news, recruits in attendance, and where the Horns stand with some top targets and current pledges. The Inside Scoop on a Monday.
As one might imagine, the Texas staff and players were shocked by Saturdays full-scale meltdown versus what will likely be a very average Maryland team.
Unlike fans who will dwell on the loss all week (or longer), the team was back to work on Sunday to fix what ails.
Alright, we have a lot to cover from the Saturday scrimmage. We also get to the bottom of how d-line recruiting could shake out in 2018, and where things stand on qualification for a 2017 WR.
UT’s Class of 2018 added a new member yesterday, so let’s look at the remainder of the class with percentages. We also talk to two of the Horns’ top targets as their decision time is getting close, 1-on-1 with newest hooper pledge, Brock Cunningham, and more. It’s a Tuesday Scoop. Dig in.
Talking team, talking recruiting for both the 2018 and 2019 class, and we’re talkin’ practice. Practice? Practice.
The prequel to the Inside Scoop Part II (by Cook), this version talks Eagles landing, Tight End Recruiting including the Mustapha, closer look at 2019 QB targets after Roschon dropped, Bobby Brown’s outlook, and more quotes Post-Stars at Night. Nahlin and Wells bring the goods.
We’re pretty loaded with Scoopage on this fine Monday. Hopefully palindrome week is off to a nice start for you. If it isn’t, this Scoop should help.
The staff is not only pressing for 2018 commitments, it’s also extending an introductory handshake to many of the state’s best 2019 prospects. As these relationships strengthen, those handshakes turn into hugs and before you know it, a large portion of the 2019 class will be wrapped up by this time next year.
There isn’t one month on the CFB calendar more dull than July. Coaches are taking vacations, players are going home to rest up before the dreaded August heat and grind of 2-a-days. This is the month that can separate the good from the great. Some guys get content while others use it as an opportunity to get better. Here’s the schedule for Texas Football in the middle of the year.