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One More Shot

Jamaal Charles has it all—money, accolades, a loving family—but he’s still working on immortality. The mention of melted, yellow, non-denominational cheese...

 
 

Days of Future Past: Dispatches from the 2016 Spring Game

As rain threatened the first glimpse of Texas football on Saturday afternoon, the mood inside DKR turned nostalgic. As Longhorns old—seniors, that is—and new...

 
 

Imani Boyette Reaches the Sky

She’s the Big 12 co-Defensive Player of the Year. She’s statistically one of the most proficient Longhorn basketball players—male or female—of...

 
 

Late to the Game: Room to Grow

The last two seasons of Longhorn football, frustrating as they have been for fans, were not, in the grand scheme of things, actually that bad. Unless for some...

 
 

Jordan Spieth Will Be Back

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated. Two years ago this weekend, Jordan Spieth arrived. He finished second at the Masters way before he had any business...

 
 

Late to the Game: Getting the Ball Rolling

I was leafing through a book called The University of Texas Trivia Book, written by delightful centenarian and UT historian Margaret Berry, BA ’37, Life Member,...

 
 

Late to the Game: Really Late to THE Game, Part II

Welcome to Part II of Late to the Game: Really Late to THE Game, featuring a neophyte’s breakdown of the 2006 BCS National Championship game between Texas...

 
 

Late to the Game: Really Late to THE Game, Part I

Confession time: I’ve never watched the 2006 BCS National Championship Game. [Ducks.] I caught the final couple minutes at a bar in New Brunswick, New Jersey—a...

 
 

Meet the Beadle

ESPN broadcaster Michelle Beadle refuses to stay on the sidelines. On May 2 of last year, a Filipino politician and the black son of a prizefighter tapped gloves...

 
 

Ford Model T.J.

It was a routine play. The Knicks were in San Antonio for their yearly spanking at the hands of the Spurs, but it didn’t matter to me, a lifelong New York sports...

 
 
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