Houston Hires Former GA Kenny Guiton As Wide Receivers Coach
Tony Venegas

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com Even as spring football wraps up across the country, the coaching carousel never quite ends. As first reported by Pete Thamel, Houston is bringing back former graduate assistant Kenny Guiton as its new wide receivers coach. He replaces Darrell Wyatt, who had been at Houston since January 2016. The school … Continue reading “Houston Hires Former GA Kenny Guiton As Wide Receivers Coach”

10 Reasons Why Football Is Better (And Bigger) In Texas
Kyle Spishock

Photo via TexasHSFootball.com Texas Sports Hall of Fame has a division dedicated to the romanticism and vast appeal of Texas high school football — the gridiron religion of the Lone Star faithful. Each week, nearly 100,000 student athletes compete to the applause of their communities, representing their respective areas on their jerseys. The following are … Continue reading “10 Reasons Why Football Is Better (And Bigger) In Texas”

WATCH: Tom Herman And The Longhorns Help With The Construction Of Their New Locker Room
Hunter Cooke

Photo via Eric Gay, Associated Press   If nothing else happens during this offseason, the Longhorns will be somewhat versed in construction. Yup, that’s Tom Herman and the crew taking sledgehammers to the Texas locker room in oder to make way for the new one. In a way, this serves a dual purpose. The players … Continue reading “WATCH: Tom Herman And The Longhorns Help With The Construction Of Their New Locker Room”

With Brandon Harris Off The Table, Longhorns Turn To Zaire
Hunter Cooke

Photo via Matt Cashore, USA Today Images   Well, one of Texas’s main targets is off the board. Brandon Harris will use his graduate transfer year with the Tarheels. Former LSU QB Brandon Harris has announced that he is transferring to North Carolina https://t.co/wF7Vhp6jsC pic.twitter.com/YNSfkzNv7T — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 26, 2017 This is a … Continue reading “With Brandon Harris Off The Table, Longhorns Turn To Zaire”