Texas Longhorns

Overview
Season Recap:
Win: 6 Losses: 7
Feature Game
September 05 7:05 PM ET
Texas Longhorns at Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Next Game
September 12 7:05 PM ET
Texas Longhorns vs. Rice Owls
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
9/5 at Notre Dame, 7:05 PM CT
9/12 vs. Rice, 7:05 PM CT
9/19 vs. California, 7:05 PM CT
9/26 vs. Oklahoma St., 7:05 PM CT
10/3 at TCU, 7:05 PM CT
Previous Results
12/29 loss vs. Arkansas 7 - 31
11/27 loss vs. TCU 10 - 48
11/15 win at Oklahoma St. 28 - 7
11/8 win vs. West Virginia 33 - 16
11/1 win at Texas Tech 34 - 13
Texas Longhorns Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLTPctPFPAConf
TCU Horned Frogs 12 1 .923 604 247 8-1
Baylor Bears 11 2 .846 627 332 8-1
Kansas St. Wildcats 9 4 .692 465 301 7-2
Oklahoma Sooners 8 5 .615 473 337 5-4
West Virginia Mountaineers 7 6 .538 435 359 5-4
Texas Longhorns 6 7 .462 278 310 5-4
Oklahoma St. Cowboys 7 6 .538 359 406 4-5
Texas Tech Red Raiders 4 8 .333 366 495 2-7
Kansas Jayhawks 3 9 .250 214 399 1-8
Iowa St. Cyclones 2 10 .167 278 466 0-9
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
David Ash concussion will miss the remainder of the season
Jaxon Shipley leg is questionable for the Texas Bowl Monday against Arkansas
Desmond Harrison other-excused is suspended indefinitely
Miles Onyegbule knee will miss the entire season
Alex Norman back is out indefinitely
Roderick Bernard knee will miss the remainder of the season
D'Onta Foreman hand is questionable for the Texas Bowl Monday against Arkansas
Dominic Espinosa ankle will miss the remainder of the season
Erik Huhn knee will miss the remainder of the season
Elijah Rodriguez concussion is out indefinitely
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