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Kris Boyd: Team at Combine Asked me if I Had Two Testicles

The NFL Combine is notorious for asking players interesting and, sometimes, absurd questions. Such as whether you see yourself as a dog or a cat? Or, if you had to murder someone, would you use a gun or a knife?

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Texas and USC in Early-Season Fight for Survival

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Southern California-Texas rematch was supposed to be an early-season blockbuster. With both programs struggling, it feels more like a fight for survival, and the pressure is mounting to find a win to keep their seasons from spinning off course.

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Ehlinger Leads Texas Over No. 24 WVU 28-14; Grier Injured

Sam Ehlinger helped Texas get that elusive win over a ranked opponent. Ehlinger threw two touchdown passes and the Longhorns became bowl eligible under first-year coach Tom Herman with a 28-14 win over No. 24 West Virginia on Saturday in a game in which the Mountaineers lost quarterback Will Grier to injury.

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OT Interception Enables No. 10 Oklahoma State to Beat Texas

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Ramon Richards intercepted Sam Ehlinger’s pass in the end zone in overtime and Matt Ammendola kicked a field goal, giving No. 10 Oklahoma State a 13-10 victory over Texas on Saturday.

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Maryland Ruins Tom Herman’s Texas Debut, Upsets the Longhorns 51-41

When Tom Herman took the field for the first game of the season last year, his team rose to the challenge and knocked off an opponent from a major conference. When Tom Herman’s squad took the field for the opener this year, none of those things happened.


Fight Breaks Out During Texas-Baylor Game After Late Hit, Sidelines Clear

After Texas Longhorns cornerback Duke Thomas intercepted a pass by Baylor Bears wide receiver-turned-quarterback Lynx Hawthorne Saturday, Thomas was tackled out of bounds by Hawthorne. It appears as if Hawthorne was unaware that Thomas stepped out and he continued to wrestle him down to


‘My All American’ Film Features Heroic Story of UT Football Legend Freddie Steinmark

“My All American,” written by the same screenwriter as “Rudy” and “Hoosiers,” is about the short life of “Game of the Century” University of Texas football safety Freddie Joe Steinmark. Steinmark, who died at the age of 22 of cancer, was a member of the 1969 UT National Champion and Cotton Bowl Classic winning football team.


Texas: 25 Top Student-Athletes to Watch in 2015-16

In 2001, no one from the SEC or 5th ranked Texas worried about 6-6 TCU of Conference USA. On New Years’ Eve, an SEC defense that had beaten Alabama 23-17 keyed on the fastest player in the country, TCU’s Kolby Listenbee, only to have him throw a touchdown pass to begin a 42-3 route in the same place where the SEC plays its championship game.