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Knee injuries sideline Texas freshmen Ayodele Adeoye, DeMarvion Overshown vs. Maryland

Texas freshmen Ayodele Adeoye and DeMarvion Overshown will miss the season opener against Maryland after a further diagnosis of their respective knee injuries, the school announced Wednesday. Both players suffered the injuries during Saturday’s scrimmage. Their long-term health status remains unclear as there is no timetable … Read More

‘I ain’t done nothing yet’: Burnt orange-bleeding Breckyn Hager desperate to leave Texas a winner

We should all be so lucky to walk this Earth like Breckyn Hager. A gregarious personality, the forged 6-foot-3 frame and all that blonde hair make him an impossible wallflower. But that doesn’t necessarily means he’s a terrific collegiate defensive end. And the … Read More

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Freshman Cole Hammer advances at U.S. Amateur

Cole Hammer, a freshman UT golfer, advanced to the round of 32 at the U.S. Amateur in Pebble Beach, Calif. Wednesday. Hammer defeated Alvaro Ortiz 2 up to move on to face Joshua McCarthy  at 11:20 a.m. Thursday. The incoming freshman took a quick lead after two holes until Ortiz … Read More

Texas quarterbacks not concerned with scrimmage setback, off-field headlines

Neither Shane Buechele nor Sam Ehlinger seemed concerned Tuesday about their offense’s performance in Texas’ first preseason scrimmage last weekend. Head coach Tom Herman had previously said that UT’s defense won Saturday’s scrimmage, which was not open to the media. The offense committed a few turnovers in … Read More

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Texas defensive backs John Bonney, Eric Cuffee elect to transfer ahead of 2018 season

DBU lost a few students on Tuesday. Texas defensive backs John Bonney and Eric Cuffee have elected to transfer, the school announced after Tuesday’s practice. Bonney is entering his senior season and has already earned a degree in corporate communications. Cuffee would have been a redshirt sophomore on UT’s roster … Read More

The Dotted Line: Californian De’Gabriel Floyd plans to build new path, life as a Texas Longhorn

LOS ANGELES — Four-star outside linebacker De’Gabriel Floyd knew football was his avenue toward a better life after his third season of football. He was 10, a young kid in Los Angeles hoping for something more. Floyd, who committed to Texas on March 31 and is the No. Read More

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