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Asked about Texas A&M’s ‘coach cool’ and ‘swagcopter,’ Charlie Strong: Texas not a ‘gadget program’

February 6, 2014
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Asked about Texas A&M’s ‘coach cool’ and ‘swagcopter,’ Charlie Strong: Texas not a ‘gadget program‘ AUSTIN — Even as Charlie Strong unveiled his first recruiting class at Texas, he was looking ahead. As he did in his introductory news conference last month, Strong invoked the theme of locking down recruiting in the state. In the…

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Mack Brown says he’s ‘not going to’ get fired at Texas, wants to coach Longhorns until 2020

August 21, 2013
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Mack Brown says he’s ‘not going to’ get fired at Texas, wants to coach Longhorns until 2020   AUSTIN, Texas – Mack Brown’s options are not limited.  He could be a successful politician, charming enough to even get Aggies to vote for him. He could be a stellar TV analyst, communicating the intricacies of football effectively…

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The Top 10 Sluttiest Colleges in America

April 10, 2013
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The Top 10 Sluttiest Colleges in America Editor’s Note:  After weeks of careful analysis of statistics, tests, and linear regressions the staff of Barstool U came up with this definitive list of 10 college ranked by their sluttiness.  Each pick is explained in full with scientific sources linked.    Again, this is not hottest girls…

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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

April 2, 2013
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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

A year ago today, Arkansas’ coach chose to ride a motorcycle down a country road near Fayetteville without a helmet and with a woman who was not his wife. There have been bigger April Fools, but the list has to be a short one. Smack in the middle of spring practice, more than the fortunes of the coach…

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Texas’ hopes of a resurrection cut down by Kansas State

March 15, 2013
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Texas’ hopes of a resurrection cut down by Kansas State

Texas’ hopes for a resurrection in the postseason were cut down emphatically Thursday night at the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament at the Sprint Center. Kansas State, and specifically, Rodney McGruder, made sure of it. The No. 2-seeded Wildcats overwhelmed the seventh-seeded Longhorns in the second half behind McGruder’s 24-point night on the way to…

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With Spring Football Underway, Can the Longhorns Return to Form?

March 11, 2013
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With Spring Football Underway, Can the Longhorns Return to Form?

Buried beneath the endless stream of Longhorn Network jokes and sharpened pitchforks ready for another fall of unmet expectations is cautious optimism for Texas football. The problem, however, is that the expectations for perfection remain, despite a drastically different national landscape and an overall lack of star power. Spring football is underway in Austin, and…

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College Football’s Most Valuable Teams

November 28, 2012
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College Football’s Most Valuable Teams

Our list of College Football’s Most Valuable Teams ranks each team’s value on a weighted scoring system. The four components, in order of weight, consist of each team’s 1. value to its university (football profit used for academic purposes, including football scholarships), 2. value to its athletic department (net profit generated by the football team…

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‘Johnny Football’ becomes an A&M trademark

November 23, 2012
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‘Johnny Football’ becomes an A&M trademark As Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel has morphed from an intriguing presence into a phenomenon on track to becoming the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, A&M has left the making of the candidate to its organic origins. Manziel, aka “Johnny Football,” emerged from anonymity the old-fashioned way,…

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Johnny Manziel stands tall after most Texas schools pass him by

November 15, 2012
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Johnny Manziel stands tall after most Texas schools pass him by

Johnny Manziel stands tall after most Texas schools pass him by If you are a jubilant and pleasantly shell-shocked Aggie, and you are rejoicing in the sudden glory of Johnny Football, and the sudden emergence of the old school on the Brazos in the bright lights of a national stage, do yourself this favor: Pause…

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Mack Brown complains that the Longhorn Network is negatively affecting Texas … really, he did

October 23, 2012
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Mack Brown complains that the Longhorn Network is negatively affecting Texas … really, he did

It’s tough to know where to start with this whopper: Mack Brown, according to Orangebloods.com, said the Longhorn Network is negatively affecting the Longhorns. Yes, the same Longhorn Network that was to provide such a recruiting advantage that the use of high-school highlights on the network had to be banned after conference rivals revolted. The same LHN that…

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