What a week for the Texas Longhorns. As the 2-2 team is trying to turn their season around and prepare for Iowa State on Saturday, news keeps coming out of Austin.
This wasn’t exactly the type of start the Texas Longhorns’ new fast-paced offense envisioned: Fumbling the football on the first drive and then stalling out the rest of the opening quarter.
Jamaal Charles climbed into a green cart midway through practice Monday, favoring his right foot, and started to unbuckle his shoulder pads as he was taken to the Chiefs’ locker room.
Texas is 22-16 over the last three seasons and the once-mighty program has the look that it could settle into long-term mediocrity if Longhorns can’t challenge for the Big 12 title this year.
Defensive lineman from the Minnesota Vikings and University of Texas alum Brien Robison joined the B-Straw And Pauly-G Show, sharing thoughts and perspectives about football and sports.
Former UT Longhorn football legend Bill Bradley joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the life of former UT head football coach Darrell Royal.
Sports Radio 610’s and In The Loop‘s John Lopez has teamed with the KUBE’s Brooke Bentley for a new weekly talk radio-styled TV show called, He Said, She Said.
The official record will show that the Texas Longhorns beat the Oklahoma State Cowboys 41-36 last Saturday night. Cowboy fans seem to disagree. According to the Daily Oklahoman, Longhorn running back Joe Bergeron’s game-winning two yard […]
The Southeastern Conference is more concerned about the success of its football programs than the integrity of its football programs.
Tony Barnhart of CBSSports.com joins Fred and Nate here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about the upcoming college football season and the new additions to the SEC.