Greg Smith's Weight Settles Him Down

Montgomery's Greg Smith has had a circuitous route to the starting tight end position this season. In fact, the high school receiver now feels more like himself again at a more manageable 253 pounds. Can he be a factor in the running game and the passing game?
August 15, 2009

Can Texas Beat OU Without a Big-Time TE?

It's going to have to. Or, at least try. With two TEs (Blaine Irby, Josh Marshall) out with season-ending injuries, and with Jermichael Finley's decision to forgo his final two years of eligibility, the rhetoric from Texas coaches is that few expect a significant upgrade at the bare-thin position for the remainder of the season. Instead, coaches intend to tweak other areas of the game plan.
October 7, 2008

Is There a Tight End in the House?

Sophomore TE Blaine Irby's season is done (dislocated knee); Texas coaches have just begun to figure what they can do to shore-up a spot decimated by injuries. Is it wiser to shift personnel or significantly adjust schemes? Or both?
September 22, 2008

Texas Depth Chart Filled With Youth

On Monday, the Texas Longhorns released their first official depth chart of the 2008 season and 21 freshmen (10 true, 11 redshirt) are on the two- or three-deep.
August 25, 2008

Inside the Class of '06: Greg Smith

The 18th in a daily series of 25 interviews and photo essays on members of the Longhorn Class of '06: spring enrollee Greg Smith.
March 1, 2006

Greg Smith Speaks About His Texas Commitment

Montgomery HS TE Greg Smith received an offer from UT after performing in the first Texas Camp this summer. He spoke to Inside Texas about how he received the offer and then why he decided to commit to Texas.
June 9, 2005