With the emergence of quarterback Tyrone Swoopes as a dangerous run-pass threat, Texas has a more diversified offense under Charlie Strong. And that’s giving Kansas State coach Bill Snyder plenty of reason to worry.
When Charlie Strong leads Texas through the Cotton Bowl tunnel to play No. 11 Oklahoma, he’ll get his first taste of one of the fiercest rivalries in college football.
Four starts into his career, Tyrone Swoopes is in need of a big lift, coming off a poor performance that sent the Longhorns into Saturday’s game against Oklahoma on a two-game skid.
In his first season in the Big 12, new Texas coach Charlie Strong seems to have accepted his role as underdog this week against No. 7 Baylor.
Longhorns coach Charlie Strong told NFL commissioner Roger Goodell that college football programs need to do a better job of molding players into responsible adults.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with Texas coach Charlie Strong on Sunday to talk about the core values Strong uses to run his program.
Longhorns coach Charlie Strong has dismissed former starting offensive tackle Kennedy Estelle for a violation of team rules. The school announced the move on Tuesday.
David Ash had hoped he would be able to play football again. The Texas quarterback knew better than to believe it would happen.
Texas coach Charlie Strong said Monday quarterback David Ash is out indefinitely and that the Longhorns will push ahead with Tyrone Swoopes as the starting quarterback.
Strung around the locker room were BYU posters and signs noting the Cougars’ 40-21 victory in 2013 and the school-record 550 yards rushing allowed by Texas that day. It didn’t work.
Texas quarterback David Ash, who missed most of last season with concussion symptoms, was injured again and will miss this week’s game against BYU.
David Ash passed for one touchdown and ran for another and Texas started the Strong era with an overpowering 38-7 win over North Texas.