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Inside Texas Blog: Fab Five
Inside Texas
Every powerhouse Division-I program, year-in and year-out, has in its arsenal at least a couple players who -- though they have never taken a collegiate snap -- enjoy breakthrough years and become almost indispensable to the team's success. This season, Texas has a handful of playmakers who are prime candidates for conference Newcomer of the Year honors.

Football auctioning off piece of stadium history
The Horns on the north end zone scoreboard are up for sale.

Football recruiting:

Texas commit always knew
Inside Texas
It's no secret that the Texas Longhorns have absolutely loaded up on talent this off-season. The Horns have already collected 21 commitments, all of which are top notch players and will likely add two or three more studs to the fold before all is said and done. One of the players that the Horns landed is Beaumont Ozen defensive back Ben Wells.

The Top 10 (QBs)
Each spring and early part of the summer the nation's top prep high school quarterbacks begin to make their decisions. According to, the country's top six quarterbacks have all made their college choices. In fact, seven of the top ten signal callers in the country have all committed. Here's a close look at the top 10.


Former UT pitcher McCullough signs with White Sox
Austin American-Statesman
Right-hander becomes second former UT player to sign in last three weeks

Clemens ready for season debut
Associated Press
Roger Clemens is prepared for his 2006 major league debut tonight against the Minnesota Twins just 23 days and three minor league starts after rejoining the Houston Astros.

Track & Field:

Women's Track and Field earns two spots on USTFCCCA Silver Anniversary team


Play suspended at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links
Texas sophomore women's golfer Kelley Louth was unable to finish her second round of the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links (WAPL) on Wednesday.

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