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  1. Where do Big 12 teams stand in recruiting?Read the original story

    24 min ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    The final Big 12 spring games were played last weekend, ending one of each team's best chances to get recruits on campus for junior days. Here's where each Big 12 team stands heading into the summer evaluation period that includes summer camps.

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  2. Football: Denton aims for another solid seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Denton Record-Chronicle

    As the spring football season arrives today for the Denton Broncos after one of the most prolific seasons in program history, the coaches prepare for a miniature season of observing and evaluating while the players come together as a team and work on elevating their strength to new levels. The Broncos finished 8-4 on the season, jumping out to a 6-0 start for the first time since 1987 and they also won their first playoff game since 2002 with their victory against Birdville in the opening round.

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  3. Football: Wildcats seek new WR standoutRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Denton Record-Chronicle

    Gone are players who accounted for 114 catches, 2,349 yards and 25 touchdowns in graduates Alex Honey , Adam Scott and David Haynes, who got the lion's share of work out wide in Guyer's prolific offense last season. Trying to fill those voids is arguably the top priority for the Guyer coaching staff as spring football kicks off today with the annual spring game set for May 21. "When you look at our program, there's no question that's where we have the most work as a staff and as players," Guyer coach John Walsh said of the wide receivers corps.

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  4. New Texas DT coach Brick Haley stressing perfectionRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Burnt Orange Nation

    The Texas Longhorns defensive line completed the first spring practice under new position coach Brick Haley and a Longhorn Network video gives a look inside Haley's interactions with his players. Haley has a reputation as a coach who demands a high level of technical proficiency from his players before they see the field.

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  5. Smith: Houston likely to host title games, but chance of AT&T Stadium ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Morning News

    Argyle senior running back Nick Ralston heads out of the tunnel onto the field before the 4A-I state championship game between the Argyle High School Eagles and the Navasota High School Rattlers at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Friday, December 19, 2014. The University Interscholastic League isn't expecting any miracles in its last-ditch efforts to keep the 2015 state football championships at AT&T Stadium.

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  6. Longhorns WR coach Jay Norvell increasing practice intensityRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Burnt Orange Nation

    If the Texas receivers working under the new position coach can improve as much as Ryan Broyles and Kenny Still did at Oklahoma, the Longhorns will be in good shape at the position. Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong wanted to inject some fresh energy into his coaching staff after the Texas Bowl loss, so he jettisoned wide receivers coach Les Koenning and hired Jay Norvell.

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  7. Report: Texas OL Alex Anderson will transferRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Burnt Orange Nation

    The first round of post-spring attrition for the Texas Longhorns potentially began on Thursday with a report from Inside Texas that redshirt freshman offensive lineman Alex Anderson will seek his transfer from the program. A source told Burnt Orange Nation at the start of spring conditioning that Anderson was an attrition candidate and a sideline incident during the Orange-White game that featured the 6'4, 320-pounder apparently upset about a walk-on offensive lineman taking reps before him could have been the final straw for his Longhorns career.

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  8. Texas OL recruiting: Horns should offer Chris HughesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Burnt Orange Nation

    Family connections to the Longhorns program are hardly the most compelling reason to enter the recruitment of the jumbo athlete. The Texas Longhorns don't have many in-state offensive line offers out to uncommitted prospects, but offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Joe Wickline should make a move on a versatile athlete with a familiar name -- Harker Heights jumbo athlete Chris Hughes .

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  9. Jon Machota's updated NFL mock draft: Cowboys in a tough spot at pick No. 27Read the original story

    Saturday Apr 18 | Dallas Morning News

    Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett, Owner Jerry Jones and Executive Vice President/COO Stephen Jones talk in the Dallas Cowboys "War Room" on the first day of the NFL Draft at Cowboys Training Facility at Valley Ranch in Irving, Texas on Thursday, May 8, 2014. There's no need to overthink this pick.

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  10. Flashback (2012): With hockey on hold, Stars' voice tackles footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2012 | Dallas Morning News

    Well, last Saturday night Ralph Strangis picked up his fifth Lone Star Emmy alongside analyst Daryl Reaugh for their work on Stars broadcasts. Today, he'll try his voice on his first-ever college football telecast.

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  11. Texas OL recruiting: Anderson twins becoming key targetsRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Burnt Orange Nation

    Since four of the top five offensive line prospects in Texas are now committed to other schools, the reputation of Texas Longhorns offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Joe Wickline clearly isn't helping much on the recruiting trail at the moment, as the Longhorns are yet to land an offensive lineman in the 2016 class. As a result, the Friday offers to Mineola twins Austin and Riley Anderson now loom as incredibly important with North Mesquite offensive tackle Jean Delance and Byron Nelson Trophy Club's Kellen Diesch the only two uncommitted in-state tackles with offers and Texas now out of contention with Florida offensive guard prospect Parker Boudreaux.

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  12. Texas Longhorns post-spring roster updateRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Burnt Orange Nation

    When the Texas Longhorns declined to update the heights and weights of players prior to the start of spring practice, the biannual rite of perusing the changes for slivers of information wasn't possible. But the time has come now with the school providing a post-spring update that provides some insight into the physical development of certain players.

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  13. Read named Dalhart coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Amarillo.com

    Longtime football assistant coach Joey Read learned Wednesday morning he is the new Dalhart High head football coach and athletic director. "I received a text about 1:30 in the morning but I didn't want to say anything until I heard from the superintendent ," Read said.

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  14. White Oak golf uses big rally to punch its first ever ticket to stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | KLTV Tyler

    Down 20 points points in basketball or four touchdowns in football, it's never over until it's over. The White Oak golf team trailed big in regionals, but would not give up on their state tournament dreams.

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  15. State football championships potentially on moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | My San Antonio

    The Smithson Valley Rangers take the field prior to their 4A Division I second-round football playoff game with Austin Lake Travis at the Alamodome on Nov. 18, 2011. A scheduling conflict between AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys , and the state football title weekend forced the Cowboys and the UIL to explore options to remedy the situation.

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  16. Smith promoted to top spot in Leander's football programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Austin American-Statesman

    Leander running back Raymond Gibson is tackled during a 2013 playoff game against McCallum. Gibson and his Leander teammates will have a new football coach in the fall of 2015 .

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  17. Texas OG target Chris Owens commits to AlabamaRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Burnt Orange Nation

    Offensive line recruiting in the 2016 continues to present difficulties for the Texas Longhorns , as Arlington Lamar offensive guard Chris Owens committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide on Wednesday morning: The 6'3, 312-pounder picked up an offer from Texas in early March and visited Austin in early April, but a weekend visit to Tuscaloosa impressed Owens enough to give his pledge to head coach Nick Saban: News seemingly began to leak out about the impending decision from Owens during the morning, as several predictions for the Crimson Tide came into his Crystal Ball in the hours before his official announcement on Twitter.

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  18. Prepped And Ready: UIL On The Move?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Austin American-Statesman

    Cedar Park quarterback Amir Alzer attempts a pass at AT&T Stadium during the Class 5A, Division II championship game on Dec. 19, 2014. A scheduling change could force the UIL title games to leave Arlington in 2015 .

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  19. NFL schedule may boot UIL tilte games out of AT&T StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Dallas Morning News

    ... at AT&T Stadium drew 54,347 fans, breaking a 36-year-old record for largest crowd to watch a Texas high school football game. The 2014 final between Allen and Cypress Ranch drew a crowd of 52,308, the second-largest crowd ever. "Hosting the finals ...

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  20. Former Guyer QB to make call this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    There isn't a more proven commodity when it comes to developing high school quarterback talent in Texas high school football than John Walsh over at Guyer. Walsh might just have the starting quarterback at Texas this year in Jerrod Heard.

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