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Football Recruiting

Finally On His Way to Austin
InsideTexas.com
Longhorn fans haven't had to keep up with much on the recruiting front over the past three months, but one of the major questions entering into their minds focused on when Salt Lake City, Utah linebacker Lynn Katoa would make it to Austin for a visit. That wait is now over. Inside Texas spoke with Katoa Wednesday night as he drove towards Austin.

Utah LB Getting Last Summer Visits In
InsideTexas.com
Lynn Katoa is one of the top linebacker prospects in the entire nation and the Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood standout talked about the latest on the recruiting front.

Fuller Might Wait it Out
InsideTexas.com
Wide receiver Jeffrey Fuller (6'4, 200, 4.55) is one of the few remaining Longhorn targets in the 2008 class. But Fuller says he wants to take some more visits. Which teams are in the running and what will the decision come down to?

Football

First UT football practices open to public
Dallas Morning News
Texas announced its first two football practices of fall camp – at 6:45 p.m. Monday and Tuesday – will be open to the public unless it rains.

Alumni

Vince involved in training-camp dust-up
Austin American-Statesman
Titans QB chided for throwing punch with his throwing hand.

Teagarden Comes Home
InsideTexas.com
With his eyes on the future, catcher Taylor Teagarden's pathway to the major leagues has taken him to Double-A Frisco - a mere 17 miles from his hometown of Carrolton, Texas. Lone Star Dugout recently caught up with the brightest catching prospect in the Rangers organization.

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