Texas Longhorns news and notes from former defensive standout Rod Babers, Horns247.com insider Jeff Howe, and Matt Butler. Syndicated to radio stations throughout the Lone Star State.
Longhorn Blitz #2020016
Examining the Texas offensive line and discussing Sam Ehlinger's Heisman chances in 2020. Matt Butler, Rod Babers and Jeff Howe go over the raises given to the assistant coaches Tom Herman retained and why it drives home the point that Herb Hand is facing a huge season.
Longhorn Blitz #2020015
Tarik Black is coming to Texas after announcing his transfer from Michigan. Rod Babers, Matt Butler and Jeff Howe break down the importance and potential impact of the wide receiver. The trio also include plenty of discussion surrounding the 2020 NFL Draft, including fits at the next level for the five members of the Longhorn draft class and what the draft means for current Longhorns in the NFL.
Longhorn Blitz #2020014
Which members of Tom Herman's 2020 roster are being counted on step up and replace the Longhorns heading off to the NFL? The latest edition of the Longhorns Blitz podcast breaks it down and takes a peek at what would've been worth checking out had there been a spring game.
Longhorn Blitz #2020013
Tom Herman spoke in a Horns247 Texas Tailgate virtual chat regarding specific personnel. From depth in the quarterback room to concerns at linebacker, the discussion focuses on the players and position groups mentioned by Herman. Additionally, with the 2020 NFL Draft a week away, Rod Babers, Matt Butler and Jeff Howe look at the latest buzz surrounding the Texas draft hopefuls.
Longhorn Blitz #2020012
Denzel Okafor's decision to withdraw his name from the transfer portal takes the discussion in a number of different directions. How will this impact the Longhorns' offensive line? Also, an examination of player development and much more from hosts Rod Babers, Matt Butler and Jeff Howe.
Longhorn Blitz #2020011
Watch along as this week's edition of Longhorn Blitz takes a look back at Texas getting a 43-17 win over the Texas A&M Aggies, a game where our own Rod Babers was on the field as his No. 12 team took on the former Big 12 program. Plus, other news and notes from the Forty Acres.