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San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Cody:

Top-ranked QB Arch Manning commits to Texas over Georgia, Alabama

The nation’s No. 1 recruit is now the headliner of Steve Sarkisian’s 2023 class. → Read More

Chris Beard reportedly set to leave Texas Tech for Texas

It appears Chris Beard is set to leave Lubbock to become the Longhorns new head coach. → Read More

ESPN: Texas primed for a Year 2 leap under Tom Herman

Texas is back, folks? Well, not exactly; at least yet. But for the first time, Texas is back above .500 at the end of the season, as a 33-16 Texas Bowl victory over Missouri lifted the Longhorns to 7-6 — the program’s first winning record since 2013. Pair that with what’s currently the nation’s No. 3-ranked … → Read More

On This Day: Vince Young led Texas to thrilling 41-38 National Championship victory over USC

“4th and 5, the National Championship on the line right here.” “He’s going for the corner… He’s got it!” On this day 12 years ago, Keith Jackson uttered some of the most memorable words from quite arguably the greatest college football game ever played — the 2006 Rose Bowl National Championship between No. 1 USC and … → Read More

WATCH: Anthony Cook calls Tom Herman ‘brilliant,’ Oklahoma ‘trash’

Among the handful of future Longhorns taking part in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday is elite cornerback Anthony Cook. One of the latest high-level talents out of Houston Lamar, Cook announced his commitment to Texas on Dec. 20, siding with the home-state Horns over Ohio State and LSU, and in doing so, became … → Read More

Texas signees Sterns, Green, Cook say they’ll be ready for the pass-happy Big 12

SAN ANTONIO — Texas lost a prized talent at linebacker on Sunday when Malik Jefferson became the fourth Longhorn to declare for the NFL draft. But while Texas is losing an elite defensive player, the decision helped with a key 2018 recruiting target — North Richland Hills linebacker DaShaun White. White, a 4-star recruit who’s … → Read More

Sports Illustrated names Texas among winners from the early signing period

On the heels of his first signing day in Austin, in which Texas hauled in its worst-ranked class of the modern recruiting era, Tom Herman assured his Longhorns would finish the 2018 cycle with a top 10 class. Early this week, the Horns took a considerable step towards bringing such promises to fruition. On Wednesday, … → Read More

4-star WR Rondale Moore decommits from Texas

The widely expected has now come to fruition. After months of speculation regarding Louisville (Ky.) Trinity wide receiver and Texas commit Rondale Moore's → Read More

Sports Illustrated’s 2018 NBA Draft Big Board includes Mohamed Bamba, Andrew Jones

Two talents currently donning burnt orange may very well be playing for a paycheck by this time next year. In what’s arguably Shaka Smart’s most talented roster since arriving in Austin, freshman Mohamed Bamba and sophomore Andrew Jones serve as the headlining Horns, and understandably so. As Texas’ two leading scorers throughout the first three … → Read More

Texas freshman TE Cade Brewer out for season with torn ACL

After suffering a knee injury in practice last week, which caused him to miss Texas’ 28-14 win over West Virginia, freshman tight end Cade Brewer has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2017 season with a torn ACL, Texas confirmed on Monday. Texas also now confirming that TE Cade Brewer has a torn … → Read More

Bleacher Report projects 3 Longhorns be be selected in 1st Round of 2018 NFL Draft

By this time next season, three current Texas Longhorns may very well be playing football for a paycheck. Entering the season, it was widely expected that left tackle Connor Williams and linebacker Malik Jefferson would spend the 2017 season as their third and final effort among the college ranks. That still proves true, and another standout … → Read More

2018 Texas Longhorns football schedule announced

Texas announced its 2018 football schedule on Thursday morning, so plan your road trips accordingly, Texas fans. → Read More

Tom Herman announces Texas QB Sam Ehlinger going through concussion protocol

The Longhorns starting quarterback is now day-to-day as Sam Ehlinger works through the concussion protocol, Tom Herman announced on Monday. → Read More

DeShon Elliott named Sporting News Midseason All-American

Texas Longhorns junior safety DeShon Elliott’s statement season hasn’t gone without praise. After being named as a Midseason All-American by ESPN just weeks ago, another major publication has echoed those sentiments with Sporting News naming Elliott as a Midseason All-American on Tuesday. DeShon Elliott named @sportingnews Midseason All-American. #ThisIsTexas #HookEm… → Read More

Baker Mayfield gives props to Sam Ehlinger: ‘Just how we Austin boys do it’

In what became a battle of Austin natives, Baker Mayfield had high praise for Sam Ehlinger following Oklahoma's 29-24 Red River Showdown win over Texas. → Read More

Texas S DeShon Elliott named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week

Following a career effort on the road Saturday night against No. 4 USC, Texas Longhorns safety DeShon Elliott has earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors, the conference announced on Monday. After another exciting week of #Big12FB, here are your weekly award winners. @CowboyFB @TexasFootball @TexasTechFB @OU_Football Advertisement — Big 12 Conference … → Read More

L.A. Times columnist scoffs at importance of Texas-USC Rose Bowl game

Nearly 12 years later, most would still agree on one widely popular opinion — the 2006 Rose Bowl National Championship between Texas and USC was one of, if not the greatest college football game ever played. Such an opinion isn’t shared by L.A. Times Columnist Bill Plaschke, though, who detailed his thoughts on why Texas’ … → Read More

USC media guide pretends National Championship loss to Texas never happened

Most would agree Texas beat USC 41-38 in the 2006 Rose Bowl, but the Trojans media guide would like you to believe that National Championship doesn't count. → Read More