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Inside Texas Blog: Season Prediction
How many games before the winning streak ends? Who will be the team to end the run? Will it even end this season? Inside Texas' Ross Lucksinger breaks down the key games and gives his prediction of where the Longhorns will finish.

Football recruiting:

Joseph Barksdale: Staying Power
Four-star defensive tackle/offensive lineman Joseph Barksdale (6-5.5, 315, 4.9) from Cass Tech High School in Detroit said he won't determine his top five until mid-August.

SGP's Allen emerges as state's top recruit
Dallas Morning News
Tray Allen's meteoric rise from nobody to the state's No. 1 college football prospect, and No. 7 in the nation, began at a football camp last summer at Texas A&M. About to enter his junior year at South Grand Prairie at the time, he impressed scouts with his quickness coming off the ball and a desire to learn the intricacies of the offensive line.

Senior puts it all on the line
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Jacque Allen can't help but smile when she hears people talking about her son. She's heard how Tray, a senior left offensive tackle at South Grand Prairie, is the top recruit in the state...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram


Want Young? Titans need about $50M
Nashville City Paper
Wondering what it might take to get quarterback Vince Young into the fold with the Tennessee Titans? The structuring of the deal and the amount of the signing bonus are yet to be determined, but a package somewhere in the neighborhood of $50 million, with approximately 40 to 50 percent of that amount guaranteed, is probably what it will take to bring the No. 3 overall pick under contract.


Texas' Young, Osterman named athletes of the year
Austin American-Statesman
University of Texas softball pitcher Cat Osterman and quarterback Vince Young have been named Big 12 Conference Athletes of the Year, the league announced Monday.

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