Texas announced on Monday that defensive tackle Chris Daniels has left the football program. Daniels has been granted his release and will transfer.
A 6-5, 325-pound redshirt freshman, Daniels was a four-star recruit from Euless Trinity. He, however, never played in a game for the Longhorns. Daniels joins tight end Peyton Aucoin, offensive lineman Jean Delance, linebacker Erick Fowler and defensive linemen Jordan Elliott and Marcel Southall as members of a 24-player signing class who have departed Texas since Tom Herman’s hire this past November.
Texas (1-2) will play at Iowa State (2-1) on Thursday. The Cyclones are scoring 41.3 points per game. Iowa State ranks 18th nationally in passing offense (311.7 yards per game) and 83rd in rushing offense (148.3 yards per game).
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