Were you affected by the “stampede” entering Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium last Saturday? Did you break your hand after LSU converted the two-point conversion? If so, you might be entitled to compensation.
It’s been five days since LSU beat Texas 45-38. Normally, by this time in the week, the Longhorns are fully focused on the next opponent. However, the sting of losing a prime-time matchup at home, along with the lessons that come with it, still surround the program.
There may not be many more oft-discussed position groups in college football than that of running back at Texas. In the Longhorns’ Week Two shootout loss to LSU, the room that was struggling with depth got even more interesting.
Senior wide receiver Devin Duvernay was named the Big 12 Co-Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after surpassing his career records in receptions and receiving yards Saturday against the LSU Tigers.
Texas head coach Tom Herman stepped to the podium for his weekly press conference, thanked the fans for providing an “unbelievable atmosphere” and then delivered the news that sophomore defensive back B.J. Foster will miss “at least a couple of weeks” due to a significant hamstring injury.
As the NFL kicks off its 100th season, many former Longhorns are ready to shine under the bright lights at the highest level. With players in important roles throughout the league, former Longhorns will be key in shaping the narratives of the 2019 NFL season.