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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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Dynamic WR Jordan Whittington aiming to compete for early playing time at Texas

The top 10 wide receiver prospect has his eyes on a state title and early playing time once he arrives in Austin in a few weeks.

The Texas Longhorns may have hit the jackpot this cycle in landing a talent like Cuero wide-receiver Jordan Whittington. After being sidelined by a groin injury earlier this season, he’s been on a tear and forcing opposing coaches to build their game plan around him. But even then, the likelihood of teams slowing Whittington down this year were very slim.

The four-star prospect, who’s well deserving of a fifth star, has done any and everything for his team throughout his senior campaign. From receiver, to playing quarterback, to being a headhunter on defense, Whittington has been relentless in his efforts in wheeling his team to the promised land. Whittington continued his remarkable play on Friday in a semifinal win over Silsbee with over 180 yards of total offense, two touchdowns, one interception, and a 103-yard interception return on a two-point conversion attempt that resulted in two points.

Whittington and his teammates have stamped their ticket to the 4A Division II state championship game, and he wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.

“This game was by far the most intense game I’ve ever played in during my high school career,” Whittington told BON. “I’m just excited for the future. We’ve got the state game and can’t get big-headed. Just got to be ready for it and go get that W.”

After Friday’s game at AT&T Stadium — no matter the outcome — Whittington will begin to shift his focus onto the next chapter in his life, which is the University of Texas. Whittington is an early enrollee, so getting to campus quickly and making an immediate impact is something he’ll be poised to do.

“I’m just ready to get into the program,” Whittington said. “My first goal is to start as a freshman and get that starting position. From there, just keep it and continue doing what I’ve been doing and take my game to the next level.”

There are a ton of aspects about Whittington’s game you can fall in love with, so, it’s really hard to knock him on anything he doesn’t do well, being the dynamic player that he is. However, Whittington believes there is a part of his game he needs to improve upon.

“For me it’s my leadership,” Whittington said. “I haven’t been as vocal as I wanted to be. These last couple of years I haven’t really been talking. I’ve just been playing my part and not really leading everybody else, but that’s something I’ve been working on, and I’m glad I was able to do it tonight.”

With the first part of this year’s recruiting class coming to an end, Whittington likes how the #fUTure19 class has shaped up thus far. He and a few of his future teammates are still working on several key targets that every UT fan would love to see in Burnt Orange.

“We’ve got some guys right now that’s going to come in and change the program,” Whittington said. “It’s a lot of people I want to come join, Trey Sanders and Bru McCoy are the main ones right now. I feel like if we get them we’ll be straight.”

The Longhorns on-field success this season caught some spectators and prospects by surprise, but Whittington knew what Tom Herman and company had in store. A lot of what Whittington knew Texas had brewing is a big reason why he decided to side with UT in the first place.

“I saw that way back before everybody saw what they were doing” Whittington said. “You know I noticed it early, that’s why I picked them. It’s something about my heart that’s for UT, and I’m going to do whatever I can to get them that national championship.”

Whittington will be a part of a talented incoming wide receiver group featuring guys like Gatorade National Player of the Year recipient Jake Smith and Saint Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic standout Marcus Washington. Whittington, however, is the headliner of the bunch.

At 6’1, 198 pounds, Whittington is ranked as the nation’s No. 53 player, the No. 9 wide receiver in the country and the No. 7 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.


Offensive efficiency key to the Georgia’s success

Georgia brings one of the most efficient offenses in the country with them when they head to New Orleans to take on Texas in the Sugar Bowl.

There are many that think the Georgia Bulldogs should be in the College Football Playoff.

Heading into championship week, the Bulldogs sat at No. 4 in the CFP Rankings, but needed a win over the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship to cement their status as one of the top four teams. After giving up a 21-7 lead to the Crimson Tide and losing 35-28, the Bulldogs found themselves on the outside looking in, matched up against the Texas Longhorns in the Sugar Bowl.

Despite the fact that Georgia finds itself on the outside looking in at the playoffs, the Bulldogs are easily one of the top teams in the country and the Longhorns will have their work cut out for them when they head to New Orleans.

Throughout the regular season and the conference championship, Georgia’s biggest weapon on offense is simply their ability to stay on schedule.

The Bulldogs rank No. 3 in the nation in offensive success rate at 51.4 percent. That means that on more than half of their plays, they pick up enough yardage to stay ahead of the chains and keep the distance manageable on each down. They move the ball almost at will, averaging 7.25 yards per pay, which is good enough for No. 5 in the country.

When comparing those successful plays to their scoring, the Bulldogs score 1.31 points every play that puts them ahead of the chains. Through their 13 games, Georgia runs an average of 66 plays per game, meaning that when things work as the they like, Georgia has the offensive capability to score 44.4 points per game.

Quarterback Jake Fromm continues to operate the offense at a level beyond his years from an efficiency standpoint as well, trailing just Kyler Murray and Tua Tagovailoa for passing efficiency. The sophomore completed 68.4 percent of his passes to the tune of 2,537 yards, 25 touchdowns and only five interceptions.

Perhaps the most-impressive feat this season is his ability to spread the ball around to his receivers.

Five of Georgia’s receivers have 30 or more targets, with Riley Ridley leading the charge The junior has hauled in 38 catches on 56 targets, a catch rate of 67.9 percent, for 498 yards and nine touchdowns; he scores a touchdown once out of every 6.2 targets. Fromm looked toward Ridley’s counterpart, Mecole Hardman 54 times for 34 completions, a 63 percent catch rate, for 540 yards and six touchdowns, averaging one touchdown every nine targets.

Even though the Bulldogs have incredible talent at receiver, they rarely have to rely upon them thanks to their two dynamic running backs, D’Andre Swift and Elijah Holyfield.

Swift leads the team in rushing with 1,037 yards on 155 carries, a 6.7 yards per carry average, and 10 touchdowns. Holyfield adds in another 956 yards and seven touchdowns on his 147 rushes, averaging 6.5 yards per carry.

Their success, as well as the success of Fromm, comes in-part thanks to the performance of their offensive line.

In the running game, the offensive line does an incredible job creating cushion for the backs, creating running opportunities. On 54.1 percent of the Bulldogs’ running plays, the offensive line creates at least five yards of space for the backs to work with. For Fromm, they manage to keep him clean more often than not, with a sack rate of only 4.9 percent.

For Texas, the key becomes to take Georgia off-schedule and possibly even back them up against their own goal line.

One of the biggest deficiencies for the Bulldogs is their ability to play in the shadow of their own endzone, with a success rate of 27.8 percent, No. 98 in the country. In those same situations, they turn the ball over on 5.6 percent of their snaps, putting them outside of the top 100 at No. 108.

Georgia also struggles on passing downs — that is second downs longer than eight or third downs longer than five — allowing sacks on 8.7 percent of their passing downs; good for No. 81 in the country.

So as Texas prepares to play their seventh contest against a team in the S&P+ top 50, Longhorns fans must hope that they get the team that showed up against the USC Trojans or the first three quarters of the Red River Rivalry to come away with a win.


The Texas Longhorns upcoming game schedule.

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Perfect gift for kids to show their Texas Longhorns pride on gameday. Very popular birthday or Christmas present. Wear it as a Halloween costume, too!NCAA Licensed Official College Team Uniform Set Features:Texas Longhorns helmet:Chin strap Official NCAA team colors!Universal size fits to either Small or Medium uniform set (See Size Chart Below) Helmet decal kit (Numbers 0-9)100% polyester-mesh team jersey with integrated, removable, plastic shoulder pads100% double-knit polyester team pants with elastic waistband and cuffsIron-on number kit (Numbers 0-9)Size Medium fits: Waist 22-25, Chest 25-29, Height 48-54Caution: This is not designed for competitive play Sizing Chart SmallMedium Waist19 - 2222 - 25 Chest20 - 2425 - 29 Height40 - 4548 - 54

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