Mere hours after learning their starting quarterback won’t play against BYU this weekend, head coach Charlie Strong and his players faced the media, and one thing was clear: Sophomore quarterback Tyrone Swoopes will not be the only person relied upon to fill the void left by junior quarterbacks David Ash’s absence.
In January 2010, the Longhorns received commitments from two of the nation’s top defensive prospects, helping Texas secure a class that was supposed to bring championships. The results didn't happen as planned, and a group of fifth-year seniors is trying to change the legacy they'll leave behind.
The 2014 season has already started well for Pilar Victoria. The sophomore outside hitter led the Longhorns in kills in two of the three Lobo Classic matches and took home MVP honors as No. 2 Texas opened up its season with three straight wins.