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Help Wanted: Davis Needs One More Go-to-Guy
Texas is still looking for a dependable third WR, Longhorn coaches say, and depth is thin at TE. Should we expect much variance from the program's recent reliance on three-wide receiver sets? And how productive can Texas be in a two-TE formation this season?

Audio: One-on-One With Chris Ogbonnaya
Inside Texas sits down with senior running back Chris Ogbonnaya to talk about his role in the offense, the rotation at running back and more.

The passion of the coach
Austin American-Statesman
The words came from the unlikeliest of people, but they resonated deep into the heart and thoughts of Will Muschamp as he walked off the Valdosta State football field.

Longhorns football notebook
Austin American-Statesman

UT lineman aims to top big brother
San Antonio Express-News
As friendly sibling rivalries go, the one shared by Cedric and Derrick Dockery doesn't seem all that strange.

Defense 101: Longhorns study for first test
Daily Texan
With classes in session, 'Horns prepare for Saturday's game.

Five burning questions for Texas
Even though Texas claimed 10 victories last season, and defeated Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl, there weren't many happy people around the Forty Acres after last season.

Topping 10 wins a tough task for Texas
Associated Press
Mack Brown says there are no rebuilding years at Texas. That's because he knows Longhorns fans have little patience for what rebuilding usually means: young players trying to figure out the college game and more losses than anyone in Austin wants to even think about. He also knows the term "rebuilding year" is nowhere to be found in the contract that pays him close to $3 million a year. Yet it's hard to look at the 2008 Longhorns and not think No. 11 Texas is still a year away from competing for the Big 12 title again.

Vince Young jersey retirement ceremony set for pregame on Saturday
Fans attending Saturday's game against Florida Atlantic should plan on getting to their seats as early as possible. The official retirement ceremony of Vince Young's Longhorn jersey No. 10 is set for about 25 minutes before kickoff. With the kick time set for 6 p.m., fans should be seated no later than 5:30 p.m. to be present to honor the quarterback who led Texas to the 2005 National Championship.


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