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The phrase "Hook'em Horns" is a common theme amongst Texas Longhorn fans. The University of Texas, in Austin, is a high energy school that demands a lot of excitement from its alumni and fans. The school has 18 sports teams that feature 8 men's teams and 10 women's teams. The range of sports teams make purchasing Texas Longhorns baby clothes a great gift for any small child in the family. Each team at the University of Texas is notorious for playing tough, aggressive, and at a high level. The proof of the high level of play is noted by every opponent that the team plays.

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The University of Texas has many rivalries. The biggest rival of the Longhorns is in state team Texas A and M. Texas leads the all-time football series with Texas A and M 76-37-5. The teams generally play on Thanksgiving weekend. The basketball teams play each other twice a year, but now that Texas A and M has moved to the SEC conference it is unknown how many time the teams will play each other. Texas's other rival is the University of Oklahoma. When the two teams play in football they call the game the Red River Shootout. The game is help at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas.

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The school has won a total of 49 National Titles. The school has also won several hundred conference championships. Most notably the schools swimming and diving team have won 52 conference championships and 10 National Championships. This winning tradition shows that dressing your children in Texas Longhorns baby clothes will give them a sense of enthusiasm and accomplishment.  

The Texas Longhorns have about 500 men and women athletes who are playing in NCAA Division I intercollegiate program. The Longhorn Baseball team was the first team sport beginning in 1896. 

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Joel Klatt talks Texas with BON at Big 12 Media Days
NCAA Football: Texas Christian at BaylorRay Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

One of the top color commentators in college football shared his insights on the Longhorns in an exclusive interview in Arlington.

ARLINGTON, Texas — Joel Klatt is not an easy guy to track down for an interview at the Stadium Club in AT&T Stadium at the Fox party following the first day of Big 12 Media Days. Sometimes it’s literally hard to spot him. The bigger challenge is getting an interview. I thought I had it, with maybe 30 minutes or so left until the party ended.

I’d been waiting since the Kansas State guys interviewed him, for sure. Some fantasy guys had next. They said short, but it was longer. That’s fine.

He went to get a drink. Got the drink, but got waylaid. Straight robbery. Not his fault.

I wrote my questions out, because I had lost my voice. Yes, a real thing that happened to me at the first day of Big 12 Media Days. Real amateur hour. But I had written out my questions for Klatt.

So when the robber finally finished, I had about seven and a half minutes to do the interview with the questions I had written down before we got kicked out. Here’s how it went.

Wescott: The biggest key for Sam Ehlinger.

Joel: I would say it’s his continued ability to limit the turnovers. I think he only had six last year.

W: Bruce said compartmentalize from play to play.

J: Right. And they were in 10 one-possession games last year. A big reason why they ended up winning 10 games, not all 10 of those games, but winning 10 games, was the fact that he took care of the ball.

They beat Oklahoma because Kyler didn’t take care of the ball and he did. So that’s absolutely the biggest key.

W: Offensive MVP.

J: Listen, valuable is Sam. Because the quarterback has to be the most valuable. If you take Sam off the board...

W: Maybe that’s too easy. Yeah.

J: Let’s take Sam off the board. The guy I’m most excited about, that I think has the highest ceiling, is Keaontay Ingram.

Every time I watch him, yeah, he’s explosive, he’s tall, he’s... he’s everything I would have wanted to play with, you know, from an offensive skill position. So, Keaontay Ingram.

W: I think ghost cut — Jamaal Charles.

J: Oh yeah, that’s a good call. Slide.

W: Yeah.

J: I don’t like to think about Jamaal Charles. I got to see that up close —

W: He doesn’t have the speed, but...

J: I got up close and...

W: That cut...

J: Personal. That guy was too good for us.

(laughing)

J: D MVP — Malcolm Roach. Not just because he’s the only healthy star starter in spring ball, but because they constantly talk about and continue to talk about his ability to develop as a leader, and that leadership is so key when you lose eight starters. So it’s not even what he does on the production sheet as much as what he does from a leadership standpoint and bringing all these young guys along, because rest assured, if they play any quality defense at all, they will be a helluva team.

Breakout key or breakout player?

W: Player or players.

J: Marcus Washington, maybe? The freshman, right?

W: Jake Smith?

J: Smith. I’m going to go a different way. Sam Cosmi.

W: Does he qualify?

J: As a breakout? Well, maybe not. But, I think his role is going to be so much more important because he’s moving over to left tackle. I thought he was the most talented offensive lineman last year and so I think he’s probably the biggest key up front. So while that might not be — he was a starter — listen, any one of those young — you could say Keaontay Ingram for that one as well. Those young position players on offense that you could see — wide receivers, running backs...

W: Whittington

J: Whittington. That’s a good one. That’s a really good one. Any number of those guys.

W: Cosmi. His ceiling. What is it?

J: Really high. Like first-round draft pick. First-round draft pick. I’m not saying he’s going to be, I’m just saying that I think he has that ceiling. He’s athletic. He can move. He carries 300 pounds about as well as anybody. He carries it like he’s a tailback, you know.

W: What you would want your franchise left tackle to look like.

J: That’s right. That’s right.

W: Breakout defender.

J: What’s the name of the linebacker?

W: McCulloch. Does it have to be him on defense?

J: I think so, because you’ve gotta be strong front to back and inside out. We know that they’re really good at safety. I think they’re going to be pretty good on the defensive line. So at that second level, you need a linebacker to have a big year.

W: Orlando has said that — you have to be strong up the middle.

J: Right.

W: Middle, Rover, deep safety.

J: That’s right. We know they’ve got good safeties. So the biggest question is the second level.

W: Who’s going to play next to McCulloch?

J: I don’t know.

W: Key on offense. One sentence.

J: The biggest key for them — they’re going to be their best if they can be diverse with the tempo that they use on offense. If they can take some games and strangle the clock out with the run game. Sam used in short yardage. Almost similar to what they did with Georgia — just physically beat people up.

W: That’s what they did all year.

J: Right. But, also have another gear where they can go and create big plays with more explosive players where a Power — like Tim Beck has always mentioned — when is a Power going to turn into a 40-yard touchdown instead of just an eight-yard run? The more diversity that they have within their offense, tempo, and skill set — I think that’s the biggest key. If they can stretch that out to where if they want to grind you out, they can. If they want to knock you out, they can as well.

W: Key on defense.

J: Okay, here we go. Key on defense. Bringing along the young players. So they’re going to have to fill eight starting spots, but they do have 22 guys on their defensive depth chart that had four stars or more next to their name in recruiting. So finding that consistency.

W: What about the culture change from Charlie to Tom?

J: I think Tom came in and it was never, if we win, it was when we win.

W: That’s alignment, right?

J: Yeah.


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Texas C Zach Shackelford has high praise for true freshman OT Isaiah Hookfin
Twitter: @IsaiahHookfin

The Longhorns narrowly outlasted Baylor in a bizarre finish for Isaiah Hookfin’s signature, and in doing so, Texas found a talent who has wasted no time impressing in Austin.

Isaiah Hookfin has only been on the Forty Acres for a handful of weeks, but the former Sugar Land Dulles standout is already leaving a positive impression on one of the team’s leaders.

While in Arlington for Big 12 Media Days, Texas Longhorns senior center Zach Shackelford was asked for his thoughts on Hookfin and fellow summer enrollee offensive tackle Javonne Shepherd. Shackelford provided positive praise for each, but he was especially complimentary when it comes to the work Hookfin’s already put forth in Austin.

“They’ve been good. Coming in and working hard,” Shackelford said. “Hookfin has been standing out to me, particularly, just the way he works. He’s done such a good job of doing everything right; just the little things. I really like that kid. I like Javonne, too, but Hookfin just came in right away and has been doing everything right and it’s rare to see that from a high school kid.

“I mean, I didn’t come in and start doing everything right when I first started,” Shackelford added. “It’s just really cool to see.”

Given that Shackelford, who enters 2019 as a Preseason All-Big 12 First Team selection and on the Rimington Trophy Watch List, is a leader in the Longhorns locker room, his sentiments should certainly hold weight. And to that end, there may be no better proof to support Shackelford’s praise than the weight Hookfin has packed on since signing with Texas.

When Hookfin put pen to paper on Dec. 21, which capped a bizarre few days even by recruiting standards, as Hookfin was set to sign with Baylor before a leaked report prior to his public decision reportedly caused him to push said decision back, and thus, provided him with time to re-evaluate a future at Texas, he was listed at only 270 pounds.

Even at that weight, Hookfin was considered to be one of the fastest-rising talents in the nation throughout the fall. But as Burnt Orange Nation’s Joe Hamilton detailed after Hookfin ultimately bypassed Baylor’s botched push and signed with Texas, less than ideal size could be one of the few things that limited him.

Hookfin is a gifted player that is equipped with astonishing qualities that will translate to the college level exceptionally. Hookfin is well-versed within his technique at the offensive tackle position. Hookfin plays with a solid base and active feet while in pass protection, and is able to use his long arms with a combination of his quick hands while run blocking. His towering size, skilled athleticism, and production on the field are just a few indicators of what type of player Hookfin can be during his tenure at Texas. There’s obviously a lot of work to be done, but if Hookfin can continue to pack on a substantial amount weight and strength (particularly to the upper body), continue to evolve his technique, and develop a consistent mean-streak, he could be a player that makes a lot of noise while wearing burnt orange.

How has the 6’5 Hookfin addressed what was arguably his most notable concern entering Power 5 football? By bulking up to his presently-listed weight of 305 pounds — a considerable 35-pound improvement in a matter of just eight months.

Now, in only a couple more weeks when fall camp gets underway on Aug. 2, Hookfin will be able to flash his new-found frame in football pads. Exactly what that will look like remains to be seen. But given that his glaring deficiency on National Signing Day — weight — doesn’t appear to be a deficiency anymore, Hookfin may be able to contribute and provide Herb Hand and the Horns with quality depth sooner than expected.

Not bad for a talent Texas was widely expected to miss out on when the Early Signing Period got underway.


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