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2 hrs ago | Austin American-Statesman
Our final triplets: Texas . David Ash, QB: Ended up finishing only one game last year, suffering a concussion in Week 2, missing Week 3, starting Week 4 but unable to come back after halftime, then missing the rest of the season.
3 hrs ago | BleacherReport
A new era is about to begin for the Texas Longhorns. For the first time since 1998, the Longhorns will begin the college football season with a new head coach leading the charge.
3 hrs ago | Burnt Orange Nation
The talented but troubled playmaker may be running out of time to prove himself to Strong and the coaching staff.
While Florida State, Alabama, Oregon and other highly ranked teams will garner most of the attention this season, there are a number of coaches at new places who will also draw their fair share of scrutiny.
Reliable kickers are hard to find. In college football, their scarcity has wrecked championship dreams, spoiled upset bids and kept coaches at almost every program in America up at night.
The Texas Longhorns are wrapping up the first fall camp of the Charlie Strong era, and the team seems confident of the product it will put on the field.
Heading into the 2014 season, the Texas Longhorns will lean heavily on senior defensive end Cedric Reed and junior Malcom Brown, while sophomore defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway tries to convert some of his massive potential into production.
When defensive line coach Chris Rumph came to Austin, he inherited a unit that appeared to be poised for perfection.
Texas' wide receiving corps lost three players to discipline and one starter to an injury.
Texas' Joe Bergeron shoves away Texas Tech's Sam Eguavoen during their NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Lubbock, Texas.
The 2013 season saw the departures of two starters from the secondary for the Texas Longhorns , leaving new defensive backs coach Chris Vaughn in need of some breakout performances from his younger players.
At some point this fall, and probably soon, Texas will find itself depending on a freshman wide receiver to make an important play.
Texas Longhorns freshman safety Jason Hall has been spending time working with the first team over the last week, senior cornerback Quandre Diggs confirmed on Saturday morning in a media availability.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:20 am
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