The former star for the Texas Longhorns will start Monday night against the Cowboys if the Redskins decide that Robert Griffin III needs another week off.
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.
Who’s calling the plays for the Texas Longhorns? It may take a lawsuit by Oklahoma State against Texas assistant coach Joe Wickline to find out.
The Texas Longhorns have reached a critical point in the season: start winning now or risk getting shut out of a bowl for the second time in five years.
Texas guard Martez Walker, who had been suspended while facing misdemeanor assault charges involving his girlfriend, has withdrawn from school, university officials said Thursday.
Fans of the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners are descending on North Texas on Friday in anticipation of Saturday’s big Red River Rivalry game at Fair Park in Dallas.
Oklahoma needs another one of those bounce-back games that have become so common under coach Bob Stoops.
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.
There are a few things to watch on Saturday, when the Big 12’s top game is usually the Red River Rivalry. But this year, that’s not even the biggest game in Texas.
Oklahoma running back Keith Ford will miss his third straight game Saturday against Texas with a fractured right fibula.
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.
Once dismissed among the dregs of the Big 12, Baylor has emerged as one of the top programs in the league, and they now face Texas as the defending Big 12 champions.