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Texas Football: 5 Key Moments That Turned the Longhorns' 2015 Season...

Texas Football: 5 Key Moments That Turned the Longhorns' 2015 Season But in the midst of these losses, all of which were crushing for different reasons, the Longhorns provided reasons for optimism. That optimism stems from wins over two top-12 opponents in Oklahoma and Baylor, games in which the Horns never trailed. Read more on Bleacher Report Texas loses two visitors for big OV weekend Texas reached the title game, and in a classic the Longhorns conquered the seemingly unconquerable Trojans. “It was a group effort,” … off the Longhorns. BRUCE CHAMBERS, Texas assistant coach: “(Texas head coach) Mack Brown was always so timely. Read more on 247Sports Texas OC search continues as Franklin emerges as a candidate As the search for the next offensive coordinator of the Texas Longhorns enters its fifth day, Charlie Strong appears to be brining a third candidate into the mix. Horns247 learned late Wednesday night that California offensive …. a little … Read more on...

1965 Ncaa College Football Season

College Football has long been a popular American sport. We now have a system in which teams are ranked by the press and a computer to determine who should play in the National Championship game. This has not been the case forever. The league used to depend on a number of polls that would determine the rankings of different teams and who would be the National Champions. This was the case in 1965. In that season the AP Poll was the most popular of each of them and they would award the AP Trophy to the team that would win the polls at the end of the season. Like today, there was also a poll called the Coaches Poll in which the coaches would vote to determine what teams in the nation were the best. In 1965 there were 121 teams. Those teams were voted on for the AP Poll by 55 different sportswriters. Unlike today, where the writers tell who their favorite 25 teams are, in those days they would just give their 10 best teams. The season featured a number of solid teams that would win the hearts of many people in America. Entering the season the Nebraska Cornhuskers were the number 1 teams in the nation. They would experience a season in which they would start the season out as the top team, and they would go on to win every game during the regular season....

Fred Taylor Might Be Done For Season...

Patriots RB Fred Taylor is going to have a surgey on his injured ankle. Although it is said that the injury will not take the season-ending to recover, there has not been any specific times when this Florida star will return yet.   The 33-year-old Taylor, who is the team’s leading rusher this season through four games with 201 yards on 45 carries and two touchdowns, is facing the likelihood of being done for the year, according to the source. But there is a small chance that Taylor could return during the final month of the regular season depending on how his recovery progresses.   Taylor sustained an eversion ankle sprain — meaning he rolled his ankle to the outside — on his final carry in the Patriots’ 27-21 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Taylor, who finished the game with seven carries for 25 yards, hobbled to the sideline following the 3-yard run with under five minutes left in the fourth quarter.   He did not return and was absent from practice on Wednesday.   Taylor’s ankle surgery was done by Dr. George Theodore, the same surgeon who reconstructed the ruptured peroneal tendon sheath of former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling in 2004, after Schilling famously pitched in the playoffs and World Series that year with sutures to hold the tendon in place, allowing him to help the Red Sox to their first World Series title in...

My prediction for the 2015 MLB Baseball Season...

My prediction for the 2015 MLB Baseball Season These are some teams I believe will make the playoffs, and who I think will win the 2015, MLB World Series Champion. National League. Wild Card teams will be, … My prediction for the 2015 WNBA Basketball Season. Thanks. Reblog · untagged · Reblogged … Read more on SportsBlog.com (blog) Texas Student Athlete Spotlight: Gavin Hall Hall made an immediate impact on the Longhorns in his freshman season. He started the year playing number one for Texas, including being the low finisher in his first collegiate tournament. He played in all 13 events for the Longhorns and was fourth on … Read more on...

LonghornsTickets.com Releases Ticket Prices for the 2005 Football Season...

(PRWEB) April 21, 2005 Austin Ticket Company and LonghornsTickets.com release ticket prices for the 2005 Texas Longhorns football season. LonghornsTickets.com had a record year in sales in 2004 the Texas Longhorns had a great year with an 11-1-0 season. “The Longhorns had a great year and winning the Rose bowl didn’t hurt” said Ed Johnson Director of sales for LonghornsTickets.com. “I think they (Longhorns) will go 12 and 0 this year” said Johnson. “Vince Young looks to be unstoppable and Mack Brown is a top notch coach.” LonghornsTickets.com was overwhelmed with requests for season tickets just after the 2005 Rose Bowl win. Tickets for the home opener against Louisiana-Lafayette September 3rd are in high demand. Other high demand games include Texas vs. Oklahoma October 8th, Texas at Ohio State September 10th, Texas vs. Texas Tech October 22nd and Texas at Texas A&M November 25th. For the complete 2005 Texas Longhorns Football schedule and ticket prices for all home and away games visit http://www.longhornstickets.com or call Austin Ticket Company (512)481-1200. # # # ...