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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.

Texas School Rivalries

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.

Longhorn Sports Success

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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TCU and Gary Patterson are Texas’ new purple overlords

As the Purple Wizard era winds down, the Horned Frogs are now the primary bludgeons of the Longhorns.

At the end of the month, the Texas Longhorns will arguably have the program’s best chance of defeating the Kansas State Wildcats in Manhattan since 2002 as head coach Bill Snyder’s team shows signs of significant vulnerability.

The challenge this weekend will be more significant, even though the game will take place in Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium — head coach Gary Patterson is bringing his TCU Horned Frogs to Austin as he attempts to firmly cement his position as the new purple overlord.

And that’s not a statement made lightly; not many programs have given Texas as much trouble as Kansas State. BYU, Notre Dame, USC, and Vanderbilt are basically the entire list. After the Wildcats joined the Big 12 Conference with its formation in 1996, Kansas State has 10 wins in 18 games against Texas.

The series got off to a rocky start for the Horns. When Mack Brown took over for John Mackovic in 1998, Texas traveled to Manhattan to open conference play and received a 48-7 beatdown courtesy of its top-five opponent. With both teams ranked in the top 15 the following season, Brown’s team was soundly defeated once again, this time by a 35-17 margin.

Texas went on to pick up its last win in Manhattan in 2002 in a close contest and prevailed the next season, too, thanks to one of Vince Young’s most promising performances as a redshirt freshman.

When Snyder retired for the first time and Ron Prince took over, the series turned again, with the road defeat in 2006 and the home defeat in 2007 standing as two of the most brutal Texas losses during the period between national championship appearances.

Aside from home victories in 2013, 2015, and 2017, Texas had a five-game losing streak to Kansas State before the win in Brown’s final season, but it’s now notable that the Horns currently hold a three-game home winning streak.

Into that void stepped Patterson and a TCU program buoyed by the work of current Texas athletic director Chris Del Conte, who led the effort to return from the wastelands of college football where the Horned Frogs spent the period between the dissolution of the Southwest Conference and the current iteration of the Big 12.

When TCU returned, it did so with a vengeance, upsetting a ranked Texas team in Austin in 2012 before Patterson’s worst team in the last decade lost at home in a rain-delayed 2013 contest.

Since then, the Horns haven’t notched a single win over the Horned Frogs as TCU has racked up a four-game winning streak and won five out of six overall since joining the Big 12. The beatdowns started in 2014. In Charle Strong’s inaugural campaign, it was 50-7. The following season featured a 50-7 victory that included cornerback Kris Boyd retweeting a Texas A&M fan at halftime. Strong’s final game didn’t go much better, as a TCU team that finished 6-7 still handily beat Texas, 31-9.

Last season continued the trend of head coach Tom Herman’s teams not getting blown out, but the 24-7 defeat in Fort Worth felt more lopsided than the final score indicated — the Horns were never really in the game.

All told, TCU has outscored Texas 153-33 over that stretch of four games, an average margin of 38-8. The Longhorns have only scored more than 13 points against the Horned Frogs once in that stretch — the 30-7 win in 2013.

Herman knows that if Texas plays well, it can beat anyone. If it doesn’t, the program still isn’t in a position to win a lot of games, especially against its new purple overlords.

“Well, I think our best is good enough to win,” Herman said on Monday. “But we’ve got to play our best. There are teams out there — we’re not there yet, where they can play their C+ game and still win versus a lot of opponents. We’re not there. We need to play our best every week to win, especially now that we are starting conference, or starting in a conference where we play everybody.”

That certainly applies against TCU, which will enter the game ranked No. 17 in the country following a loss against Ohio State last weekend.

Two things seem clear — Texas is going to have to play its best game under Herman to pull out the victory and the Longhorns can’t get to where Herman and fans want to be without consistently beating the Horned Frogs.

Until then, all hail the new purple overlords, more stingy defensively and more explosive offensively than the old purple overlords.


Bevo Bites: Key targets, commits react to Texas’ impressive win over No. 22 USC

Texas targets and commits raved about the Longhorns 37-14 win over No. 22 USC.

There were a plethora of Texas commits, offered prospects, and potential targets that either attended Saturday’s crucial match-up against USC or watched from their television at home. Many of these key prospects found themselves developing a reverence for the Texas program after the Longhorns defeated the Trojans (37-14) in a breakthrough performance.

Burnt Orange Nation caught up with numerous prospects following the win. Here’s what they had to say:


Kenyatta Watson II — 4-star CB — Loganville (Ga.) Grayson — Texas Commit: “Big win and the team played with energy.”

Marques Caldwell – 3-star CB – Alvin – Texas commit: “The game was electric, everything was amazing. That’s what happens when you play together as a team.”

Peter Mpagi – 3-star DE – George Ranch — Texas commit: “So I only saw like the second half, but from what I saw, the defensive line really did good with pressure and pursuit. The atmosphere looked awesome. Dominant victory. If we play like that every game, we’re easily a 10-2 team.”

T’Vondre Sweat – 3-star DE – Huntsville – Texas commit: “I thought it was a great game. The defensive line did great, had pressure on the quarterback and I feel like when they leave I have chance of doing the same thing they’re doing.”

Noah Cain – 4-star RB – IMG Academy: “Big win for them... I see them heading in the right direction.”

Elijah Higgins – 4-star WR – Austin Bowie: “I had a great time. The offense got rolling and the receivers got the balls in their hands. The atmosphere was ridiculous”

Chux Nwabuko III — 3-star RB — Hutto: “The atmosphere this weekend at Texas was amazing. From talking to the coaches and sitting in the stands watching several guys I played & train with, I felt, There’s no place like home. ”


Demond Demas — 5-star WR — Houston North Shore — Texas A&M commit: “[Texas] was cool, I enjoyed it!”

Jake Majors – 3-star OT — Prosper: “I thought the atmosphere was amazing and the game overall was a good one, especially seeing Texas beat USC like they did. Well-deserved for them.”

Avery Helm – 3-star CB – Fort Bend Marshall: “Awesome win loved the intensity of the defense!! Great fight”


Donovan Jackson – 4-star OT – Bellaire Episcopal: “It was an amazing experience. I’ve never been to a game in Austin, but it was eye opening how physical and tough the Texas team is.”

Hayden Conner – 4-star OT – Katy Taylor: “It was a really special night and had a complete different feel than my trip last year. The student section was crazy. Really enjoyed the whole experience, especially the time in the locker room with the offensive line group after the game. It was amazing to get an offer during pregame from Coach Herman before an important game like yesterday.”

Bryce Foster – 4-star OT – Katy Taylor: “The game was a lot of fun. From getting to talk to [Tom Herman] before the game to celebrating in the locker room after. The offensive line really dominated and I love seeing that.”

Reuben Fatheree II – 4-star OT – Richmond Foster: “It was an awesome atmosphere... The student section was crazy. Had a blast!!”

Shadrach Banks – 4-star – ATH – North Shore: “It was good I had a lot of fun and hope to come back”

Latrell McCutchin — 4-star CB — Austin LBJ: “It was extremely electrifying! I loved how the guys overcame the adversity they faced and i could feel the fire in the crowd”

Tunmise Adeleye – DE – Katy Tompkins: “The game was great. I’m honestly just surprised, there was no indication of me getting an offer today, but I’m grateful that Coach Herman is willing to invest in me so early in my high school career.”

Jalen Milroe – QB – Katy Tompkins: “The atmosphere was electric and the game was crazy! It was good to see Texas walk away with the win.”

LaTrell Neville – WR – Willowridge: “Man I loved every second of it. It always feels like home when I go on the Forty Acres. The love is real, I have a strong relationship the whole coaching staff so it’s always a good time. One thing I can say is I have much respect for junior receiver Colin Johnson, big time play maker.”


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