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Chiefs aftermath

There will be frustration of missing tackles and poor plays from Saturday night, but there is a reason teams have 90 men on the roster now and when the games count there are 53 — many of those guys who were playing and struggling won’t be play this time next month. 502 more words


Ellington extended in final K.C. tuneup

Andre Ellington isn’t limited anymore. That was clear at Thursday’s practice, the last full one the Cards have before Saturday’s preseason opener against the Chiefs (there is a “mock game” walkthrough Friday which is closed to both fans and media.) Ellington made catches and ran with ease and quickness. 253 more words


Texas hires former Oklahoma WRs coach Jay Norvell

Well, here’s something you see every day. Former Oklahoma wide receivers coach Jay Norvell is headed across the Red River and down to Austin as Texas’ wide receivers coach. 311 more words

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Arkansas manhandling Texas halfway through the Texas Bowl

Arkansas is making itself at home in the Texas Bowl against Texas, leading the Longhorns 24-7 at the midpoint.

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Jaxon Shipley out for Texas

The Texas Longhorns will be without wide receiver Jaxon Shipley tonight as the Longhorns look to upset No. 5 TCU in Austin. Shipley will be out of action due to a hamstring injury, which the school officially annoucned just minutes before the start of tonight’s Thanksgiving game. 85 more words

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Texas WR Shipley says Longhorns would love a shot at Aggies

The SEC may prevent it from happening, but Texas wide receiver Jaxon Shipley says the Longhorns would love to have a chance to play Texas A&M. 185 more words

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Longhorns beat Iowa State 48-45

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Nick Rose kicked a 21-yard field goal with 3 seconds left, sending Texas to a wild 48-45 victory over Iowa State, snapping a two-game losing streak in what had been the worst start for the Longhorns in nearly 60 years. 104 more words