Tray Allen Cross Training at DT since Friday

Sources have confirmed that back-up left guard Tray Allen did in fact work out in today's practice, but in actuality his cross-training began last Friday, the day after the two open practices. This move is considered a trial move in an effort to get the best players on the field and provide depth at that position.
August 19, 2009

Moral Victory?

Changes on defense, Charles' gaffs, Jermichael Finley's breakout half, his subsequent disappearance and more. Inside Texas' Ross Lucksinger gives his observations from Texas' 28-21 loss to Oklahoma.
October 7, 2007

O-Line Looking For Plan 'B'

The stalwart play of Texas' offensive line was critical to the Longhorns' 34-13 comeback Saturday against TCU. Now, coaches are looking at contingency plans following RT Adam Ulatoski's (right elbow) third-quarter injury suffered during Texas' first touchdown of the contest.
September 10, 2007

Texas Freshmen Shine as South Tops North

The South All-Stars defeated the North, 14-0 on Tuesday night in the THSCA All-Star Game as seven incoming Longhorn freshmen showed their stuff as high school football players for one last time.
July 31, 2007

Seven Texas Freshmen Suit Up in All-Star Game

Texas players report to camp this coming Sunday, but on Tuesday night seven Longhorns will play in the THSCA All-Star game in Fort Worth.
July 31, 2007

SGP: Loaded with '09 Talent

South Grand Prairie High School in Grand Prairie, Texas may have the most talented group of 2009 prospects in the Lone Star State. They have at least three Division I prospects on either side of the ball who are expected to have breakout seasons in 2007. South Grand Prairie Head Coach David Fisher talked about his star-studded group.
June 25, 2007

Inside the Class of '07: Tray Allen

The 2nd in a daily series of interviews and photo essays on members of the Longhorn Class of '07 is on a player who could be the crown jewel of the class: Offensive Lineman Tray Allen.
February 13, 2007

Eyes of Texas Shining on 'Signing Day'

Texas inked a consensus Top Five national recruiting class Wednesday that stands head-and-shoulder pads above all takers in the Big 12 Conference. The 25 newcomers are comparable to the top-rated group Texas corralled in 2002, head coach Mack Brown said.
February 7, 2007