Kheeston Randall: Still Solid
Monsignor Kelly High School in Beaumont, Texas is home to one of the biggest surprises in the 2008 class. Not many people had heard of Kheeston Randall before he committed to Texas, but that changed in a hurry. Several big time offers have come since, but Randall isn't interested.
Around the Horns with Inside Texas
It's the full, hour-long show this week! In the first segment, Inside Texas' Ross Lucksinger and Clendon Ross look at what a change in defense scheme will do for Texas, where Chris Simms belongs on IT's top quarterbacks list, whether or not college athletes should be paid and more!
IT Blog: A Dog-Eat-Dog World
Inside Texas lead writer Bill Frisbie examines the ever-shortening leashes on coaches in the dog-eat-dog world of collegiate athletics.
Horns will play Arkansas-Pine Bluff this weekend
The No. 7-ranked Texas baseball team will play Arkansas-Pine Bluff at 2 p.m. Saturday at UFCU Disch-Falk Field, Longhorns head coach Augie Garrido announced Monday.
Fuller proving himself at shortstop
It was one of the most routine plays a shortstop can make. Field a grounder. Throw to first for the easy out. But there was much more at stake when Chais Fuller did it April 27 against Oklahoma State. This time it was the final out of a 3-2 Texas victory. It was also the play that proved he could once again be Texas' starting shortstop as the team closed out the season.
Post-Durant Longhorns have plenty in reserve
Kevin Durant has remained a fixture around the Cooley Pavilion, participating in individual workout sessions and team pickup games as though he were still a part of the Texas basketball program. But as final exams play out this week, college basketball's consensus player of the year will be history once he completes his pledge to finish the semester so as to not hurt Texas' Academic Progress Rate and begins to look toward his NBA career.
Scout NFL Audible: Kasey Studdard
When the Houston Texans selected offensive guard Kasey Studdard in the sixth round of the NFL Draft, they added a fun-loving, brawler to their roster who's sure to become a fan favorite. Learn more about him in this exclusive interview and audio clip with Scout.com's Ed Thompson.
A free spirit and ex-Horn rides on
Woodrow "Pack" Landfair can tell you about the weekend he spent sleeping in a homeless shelter in New York. Or the time he spent working as a bouncer at a Jewish singles party in New York City last Christmas. How about running a homeless shelter in New Orleans for nearly a month? The former Texas Longhorn catcher has experienced a lifetime of memories — all in the past 10 months.
Beloved at first sight
The date was May 15, 1984. That's when Roger Clemens made his major league debut in Cleveland's mammoth and decrepit Municipal Stadium. He pitched well enough to win and he pitched poor enough to lose. He slogged through a bizarre 5 2/3 innings, allowing 11 hits and five runs (four earned) and he wound up with a no-decision in a 7-5 Red Sox loss.
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