Thursday Longhorn Sports Page

Stay up to date on all things Burnt Orange with a daily stop at IT's Longhorn Sports Page, with links to the latest news and opinion articles on UT football, basketball, baseball, recruiting and other sports from around the web.

Football recruiting

Photo Gallery: Greg Timmons and Jay Guy
A Texas commit and a possible future Texas commit suited up and hit the field this week. Eisenhower High School in Houston held its annual spring game and Texas 2009 wide receiver commit Greg Timmons and 2010 defensive tackle target Jay Guy were in action.

Aaron Johnson Favors Two
Longview High School in Texas will likely have several Division I prospects on its roster next season, and 2010 quarterback Aaron Johnson could be the best of the bunch. Johnson is a versatile athlete and already has several top notch programs near the top of his recruiting wish list.


Tigers Top Texas In Tourney Opener
Just one game separated streaking Texas and Missouri in the league standings, and the No. 5 seed Horns and No. 4 seed Tigers played as equals through nine innings Wednesday at the Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City. But Mizzou (38-17), unlike Texas (34-20), took advantage of its extra inning opportunity and pulled out a 3-2 win in the bottom of the 10th in the Big 12 Tournament opener.

Missouri downs Longhorns 3-2 in extra innings
Austin American-Statesman
It wasn't ugly like the first time they met. But a month later, the Missouri Tigers still have the Texas Longhorns' number. Jacob Priday still is hitting home runs. And Kyle Gibson still is dominant. The same two guys who destroyed the Longhorns in early April did it again Wednesday in the opening game of the Big 12 tournament, as the Tigers beat the Longhorns 3-2 on a 10th-inning single by Dripping Springs graduate Trevor Coleman at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark.


Inside Texas Blog
Inside Texas

Inside Scoop
Inside Texas

Bevo Beat
Austin American-Statesman

Recruiting Blog
Dallas Morning News

Longhorns Blog
Houston Chronicle

Horns Digest Top Stories