Strong Says Quarterback Competition Is "Wide Open"Texas opened spring practice Monday with coach Charlie Strong promising a "wide open" competition for the starting job among his team's five scholarship quarterback
Louisville Divorce Case Seeking Records From Texas' StrongStrong promised Texas fans the case would not interfere with team preparations for the 2016 season.
Oklahoma State Settles Lawsuit Against Ex-Texas AssistantOklahoma State has settled a lawsuit with former assistant Joe Wickline, a move that allows Longhorns coach Charlie Strong to avoid testifying about who called plays in the Texas offense.
Texas Lands Tulsa Assistants Gilbert, MattoxStrong announced the moves on Saturday.
TCU Co-Offensive Coordinator Turns Down UTTCU co-offensive coordinator Sonny Cumbie says he has turned down an offer from Texas to run the Longhorns offense.
Losing Season Already Guaranteed, Texas Playing For PrideAlready guaranteed a second consecutive losing season under second-year coach Charlie Strong, the Longhorns finish the regular season Saturday at No. 12 Baylor
Strong Names Swoops Starter Against BaylorTexas coach Charlie Strong says Tyrone Swoopes will start at quarterback against No. 12 Baylor as Jerrod Heard recovers from a concussion.
After Showing Progress, Longhorns Falter AgainCharlie Strong's declaration a year ago that Texas would 'never' again see a season with five losses is now academic.
Recruiting In Texas Has Never Been Tougher For LonghornsThe state's flagship university has a problem. It's lost a little luster against its neighbors. Recruiting is selling and right now Texas A&M, Baylor and TCU are selling cool, new and different.
At 1-4, Longhorns Players Pointing FingersTexas coach Charlie Strong spent nearly a half-hour Monday insisting his team was unified and would rebound from a 1-4 start.
Rangers Fire Employee Following "Fire Charlie" TweetThe team also issued an apology to the University of Texas and Charlie Strong.
At 1-3, Longhorns Promise 'Our Time Is Coming'With his program off to its worst start in nearly 60 years, Texas coach Charlie Strong has a simple message for Longhorns fans: Stay with us, this will turn around.