Thursday Longhorn Sports Page

Links to the latest articles on UT sports from around the web.


Garrido glad to be back on diamond with his Horns
Austin American-Statesman
Augie Garrido said it was a different dynamic listening to his team's game on the radio at home Tuesday night. "It was unique," he said. So unique that he never wants to do it again. Full story

UT's Suttle succeeds on strict routine
San Antonio Express-News
For Bradley Suttle, packing for a baseball road trip can be rather complicated. So he's made himself a checklist. Half of it sounds normal enough — toothbrush, deodorant, change of clothes, glove. The other half sounds like the prop inventory for a TV medical drama — syringes, cooler of insulin, extra catheter tubes, bloodwork kit. Full story

When the Disch was new
Daily Texan
There are stale raisins with fewer wrinkles than Texas' Disch-Falk Field. The Longhorn baseball team has been playing there so long that in three years the Disch will be the same age as the Astrodome was when the Houston Astros left it for palatial Minute Maid Park. Full story

Elite to meet, as expected
Kansas City Star
It's no surprise. We knew we were headed for this all along. Texas and Nebraska, playing three games for the top spot in the Big 12. It was inevitable. Full story


Raiders host top prospects
San Francisco Chronicle
... here's hoping the Cardinals say no to a quarterback at No. 10, unless it's one Vince Young. If the Texas standout would fall that far, as some have speculated, Rod Graves, the Cardinals vice president of football operations, has joked he would pick Young up at the airport. Full story

If Young's there at No. 10, Cards shouldn't pass
Arizona Republic
Texas quarterback Vince Young, the dazzling playmaker to whom the Raiders paid particular attention during the NFL Scouting Combine in February, met with team officials in Alameda Wednesday, his agent confirmed. Full story

Texas' Huff is new type of safety
Detroit News
Michael Huff is part of a developing breed of elite safeties. They can't be stereotyped or pigeon-holed into one style of play. Full story


Softball: Sievers battles injuries, new spot
Daily Texan

Bevo Beat
Austin American-Statesman

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