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Pledge Your Burnt-Orange Allegiance

ESPN has thrown down the gauntlet with its first-ever “Pledge Your Allegiance for College Colors Day” spirit competition. Because the Longhorn nation...

 
 

For the BCS, “Playoff” No Longer a Dirty Word

For years, fans—right up to the president of the United States—have been arguing about the justice (and injustice) of the Bowl Championship Series. Playoff...

 
 

Texas A&M, Missouri To Pay Less Than Half of Big 12 Exit Fees

Texas A&M and Missouri will be leaving for the rough-and-tumble SEC pastures next year, but they won’t get off scot-free. Each school has agreed to pay the...

 
 

The Ire of Texas

With Longhorn Network, some short-term pain for long-term gain. On Sept. 3, 2011, the Texas Longhorns took to the field against Rice for the first game ever to...

 
 

If You Want the Longhorn Network, Call Your Cable Provider Now

With the launch of the Longhorn Network behind us and the Rice game only days away, there can be no better time to call your cable provider than right now. In the...

 
 

Longhorn Network Announces On-Air Team

Although the partnership of Dunn, Galindo, and Steele may sound like a law firm with an annoying television ad, they’re soon to be familiar names for another...

 
 

Texas on the Tube

The soon-to-launch Longhorn Network represents a watershed moment in the history of broadcasting and collegiate athletics. How did it come to be, and what will it...

 
 
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