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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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2015 combo guard Kerwin Roach commits to the Texas Longhorns

The key target announced between this three finalists a week after visiting Austin.

The Texas Longhorns got off to a slow start in recruiting for the 2015 class, but could added a second big pledge in the last month by picking up a commitment from consensus four-star combo guard Kerwin Roach on Friday in an announcement at his high school.

A product of Galena Park North Shore, a school that has been something of a pipelines for Texas football players since Cory Redding, Roach decided between Texas, Cal, and Wichita State.

He's ranked as the No. 71 player nationally in the 247Sports Composite rankings, the No. 21 shooting guard, and the No. 7 player in Texas. Arkansas, Baylor, Boston College, Cornell, Houston, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, North Texas, Oklahoma State, Rice, and Temple have also offered.

The 6'3, 160-pounder just took a visit to Texas last weekend:

Kerwin Roach sittin courtside at #Longhorns practice. Big time UT target making decision soon. @HornsDigest pic.twitter.com/UaOeDHH2DL

— William Wilkerson (@WVWilkerson) October 18, 2014

In part because of the recency of that visit and in part because Roach described himself as a perfect fit for the Texas offense afterward, the 247Sports Crystal Ball believed that Roach is locked in to the Horns. In fact, the industry is unanimous in believing he'll become the second 2015 commit for the Horns, joining Michigan combo guard Eric Davis, who committed nearly a month ago.

A relative unknown heading into the summer, Roach joined an AAU club called the Houston Rockstarz and saw his stock soar because of his diverse skillset.

As the above video shows, Roach is a player with long arms and excellent leaping ability. The vertical explosiveness translates off the bounce, as the rising prospect has a strong first step that allows him to attack the rim aggressively and effectively.

As a shooter, he appears to be be effective from distance, though he doens't have the developed mid-range game of Davis, his fellow 2015 pledge.

Defensively, Roach has a reputation as a stopper because of his length, athleticism, and effort. His ability to successfully translate that skill to college will determine how much he plays early to a larger extent than his offensive ability, especially after current stopper Demarcus Holland leaves.

With only one senior on the team in forward Jonathan Holmes, Texas is now likely full in the 2015 class and currently over one scholarship for next season, so the Horns clearly expect another player to leave the program, quite possibly superstar 2014 recruit Myles Turner, but perhaps junior center Cameron Ridley.

Either way, the scholarship situation should work itself out, as these things tend to in basketball.

Landing Roach could result in an interesting backcourt for the Horns in the future -- if Isaiah Taylor happens to leave a year early, Davis and Roach would be probably share point guard duties for the 2016 team, depending on whether or not Texas lands a point guard in the 2016 class.

And though both Davis and Roach have some ability at the position and Texas has had some good teams without a pure point guard, landing a pure ball-handler and distributor in 2016 is likely a priority for the staff.

But that's a concern for another day -- on this particular Friday, the only thing that really matters is that Longhorns recruiting success on the hardwood continues apace.


Texas DC Vance Bedford wants scared opposing WRs between the hashes

Can other Texas safeties step up to provide the physicality of freshman Jason Hall?

Not only is Texas Longhorns defensive coordinator Vance Bedford about as old school as a coach can get, he's also a fantastic interview, as he's proven virtually every week since the season began.

This Wednesday, he was asked about his ideal safety play and it launched Bedford into a glorious discourse.

"I'd like to get in the situation here that if you throw the ball between the hashes, that receiver knows one thing, he might not get up," Bedford said. "It's just that simple. At Louisville, I had Calvin Pryor. There were a lot of dropped balls because of what Calvin Pryor and Hakeem Smith did."

Seriously, watch that highlight video from Calvin Pryor-- there's a reason why he was the 18th pick in the NFL Draft and has been heralded as a poster child of head coach Charlie Strong's developmental abilities.

Bedford then went on to recount a number of other big hitters through his career, including an enforcer from his previous job in Gainesville.

"I was at Florida where we had Major Wright," he said. "We played Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl that year and they threw the ball down the sideline, now he would have been kicked out of a game."

Definitely not legal now, but at the time it was a play that Bedford said changed the tempo of the game. It made Oklahoma wide receiver Manny Johnson wary of Wright's presence after that, for sure.

Charles Woodson at Michigan and Mike Brown for the Chicago Bears were two other players Bedford coached during his career who fit that ideal.

"Threw the ball in the middle of the field and there were dropped balls," he said. "They set the tempo of what you can do."

There's one player on the team right now who currently personifies that trait -- hard-hitting freshman safety Jason Hall, the incredible gem of the 2014 recruiting class who was the No. 110 safety nationally by 247Sports, the service that may lead in evaluating players right now.

"Jason Hall brings that to the table," Bedford said. "He's a freshman, but you look at the opportunities he's had, when he hits you, you do not fall forward. When he gets to that point and time, that's when things will change for us defensively."

Nope, there's no falling forward, not even for 243-pound Oklahoma man-child Samaje Perine, who has trucked his share of defenders already in his short Sooner career.

It doesn't take a whole lot to get Bedford going down memory lane and the discussion about Hall did exactly that as the former team captain harkened back to some of the talented Texas defenses of his playing days, running through a list of his peers who would punish opponents.

"I had a chance to play with Johnnie Johnson," Bedford said. "You got hurt. William Graham -- you were injured. Jerry Gray -- you were injured throwing the ball down the middle of the field. That's what we have to get back to. That's what's called Texas football. We are looking for guys to fill that role right now."

How about this, coach?

"Jason Hall has the ability to do that," Bedford said, circling back. "He's shown signs of doing that, but he's not there right now."

Not at the level of the other defenders that the Texas defensive coordinator mentioned, but it may only be a matter of time -- such is Hall's current long-term trajectory.

More important though is his short-term trajectory -- Hall missed the Iowa State with a patellar tendon injury and was listed as day-to-day by his coach on Wednesday. Currently practicing with the team, Hall's instincts were missed last weekend and could prove invaluable against a Kansas State offense that is extremely efficient at producing big plays and features a dangerous middle-of-the-field threat in wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

Of course, there's also the big-picture concerns for Bedford when he looks at his defense.

No coach with his intensity would be satisfied with only one player showing the potential to make opponents pay for coming across the middle, so he's also constantly challenging every safety to step up to that level of physicality.

In high school, sophomore Adrian Colbert showed some of that striking ability, but it hasn't been apparent at Texas, perhaps because he struggles to get himself around the football more often.

Since he hasn't even showed that potential yet in college, rest assured that Bedford has been letting him know about it, along with the rest of the secondary.

"That's a challenge to the guys we have right now. We challenge them all the time. The game of football is a physical game. It's not a finesse game. If you are a safety and someone throws the ball to the middle of the field, it's like someone broke into your house.

"What are you going to do? It's personal," Bedford said. "Right now -- and I get fired up about that -- it is personal. You throw the ball in the middle of the field, it's supposed to be all bad for the offensive guys. Right now, it is not happening and I tell the guys that every single day. You asked what happened after that ball game, I got fired up and they knew where I was coming from. It's personal."


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