What’s next for the Longhorns after first-week loss to Maryland?

Posted September 4th, 2017


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The first Saturday of the season has passed, and the Longhorns sit at 0-1. Tom Herman will hold his first post-loss press conference at Texas at noon on Monday. Come back to for a recap of what he says and our analysis of week two’s opponent San Jose State.

Is Maryland a 1-game hiccup or who the Longhorns truly are?

Beat writer Brian Davis details what’s next for this week for the Longhorns. According to Davis, Herman looked shell-shocked. One game into his tenure, the new coach faces a serious reality check: Was this a one-game hiccup or simply an accurate reflection of what the Longhorns truly are?


The cake wasn’t baked

Columnist Kirk Bohls breaks down Saturday’s breakdown – 2017’s team (so far) has the same look and feel as the 2016 version. The Longhorns are still stuck in the mud.

All of our game coverage:

Texas wide receiver Reggie Hemphill-Mapps (17) returns a punt for a touchdown during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Maryland in Austin, Texas, on Saturday, September 2, 2017. NICK WAGNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Replay the highlights

Even in a loss, there were some bright spots for the Longhorns. Watch the videos below:

Texas helps hurricane victims

President Gregory L. Fenves said the school contract with Nike features an item dubbed “presidential incentives.” The shoe and apparel maker agreed to earmark $400,000 to help with financial aid for UT students affected by Harvey. Fenves rounded up another $100,000 through donations to the university.

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