Texas #32, Johnathan Gray walks towards the Longhorn Marching Band after UCLA defeated Texas 20-17 in the Advocare Cowboys Showdown held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday, September 13, 2014. (RODOLFO GONZALEZ / AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

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Previewing the 2015 Texas Longhorns

Gear up for the season opener at Notre Dame on Sept. 5.

Posted August 30th, 2015

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Longhorn Hellraisers try to help keep spirits up on September 14, 2013, as UT lost to Ole Miss. (Ralph Barrera / American-Statesman)
Texas fans will be ready to cheer on the Longhorns during Saturday’s season opener at Notre Dame and all year long.  (Ralph Barrera / American-Statesman)

The American-Statesman is gearing up for the 2015 Texas football season. Here’s a look at all the UT-related stories published in the college football preview section from Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. All stories are available on Hookem.com.

All eyes will be on Texas senior running back Johnathan Gray.

If it truly starts up front, how does Texas’ offensive line look after struggling through 2014?

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A guided tour of Texas’ roster, position by position.

The 2015 Texas football roster, as of Aug. 27, 2015.

A burnt-orange youth movement? The Longhorns could go all in with freshmen.

Texas’ offensive hopes fall on Shawn Watson and quarterbacks Tyrone Swoopes and Jerrod Heard.

Four keys to the entire Texas football season. 

From Mack to Charlie: A review of Texas’ last five seasons.

And, in case you missed it in Sunday’s editions, Statesman columnist Kirk Bohls sat down with former Texas coach David McWilliams, who at age 73 is ready to retire after giving his life to the Longhorns.

 

 

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