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6/26/15 - Texas Longhorns football coach begins his second year with the team in September. Fans still have not been able to gauge what his coaching will hold for the Longhorns, but if he is going to make a significant impact, it will likely be this year. This season is not going to begin slowly either. With the first game being against Notre Dame, it is starting with a bang. Hopefully, as the season slows down and more typical games start, the Longhorns will be able to settle into a game plan that leads them to victory. While the season opener will be an away game, you can attend the home opener against the Rice Owls on September 12th. Tickets start at $42. Be sure to get your tickets early while they are still cheap.
10/31/14 - In what has been a difficult 2014 season filled with injuries, suspensions, and a new system of discipline instilled by head coach Charlie Strong, your Longhorns have hung tough in the rugged Big 12. Texas has been competitive against top 15 teams like UCLA, Baylor, and Oklahoma, and just picked up a key victory against Texas Tech, which keeps their hopes of bowl eligibility intact. Texas Longhorns Football needs your help to secure a bowl berth. With remaining home contests against #20 West Virginia and #7 TCU, your Longhorns can finish their regular season on a high note with wins against these Big 12 rivals. Cheer the Longhorns on to victory by coming out to Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium for these last two home contests of the 2014 season.
9/17/14 - The Texas Longhorns have duplicated last year’s slow start, racking up a 1-2 record to start the season. Texas demonstrated a dominant victory over North Texas in Week 1, but dropped both of their following bouts, versus BYU and UCLA, immediately after. It’s not such a bad thing if Texas is fated for deja-vu of last season, as the team picked themselves back up and surged into the the Alamo Bowl. Score Texas Longhorns tickets for their first road game of the season and watch your squad duel the Kansas Jayhawks for as low as $24 on 9/27.
8/6/14 – Texas Longhorns Football will kick off in less than 30 days! Players suited up on Monday for camp and Charlie Strong addressed the media for the first time this fall. The first year head coach confirmed his dismissal of five players and the suspension of three more indefinitely: running back/receiver Daje Johnson, offensive tackle Desmond Harrison and safety Josh Turner will hit the bench for at least the first game of the year. Strong is certainly showing his disciplinary strength as he whips his squad into shape with less than 30 days left until their season opener. Buy Texas Longhorns Football tickets now for their Aug. 30 game against the North Texas Mean Green Football. Get a first look at the Strong-era team for as little as $50 and start the 2014 college football season right!
7/20/14 – Big 12 Conference media days are set to kick off in Dallas on Monday, and no team will be under the microscope so much as the Texas Longhorns. First year head coach Charlie Strong will be flanked by running back Malcolm Brown, cornerback Quandre Diggs, offensive lineman Dominic Espinosa and defensive end Cedric Reed to face the college football media circus. Everyone knows the real questions are answered on the football field, and perhaps no bigger test will come than the showdown against Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl. Buy Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Longhorns tickets and be there to witness the Red River Rivalry game; tickets average $479.59 on Oct. 11.
6/25/14 – Looking for some excellent non-conference NCAAF games to attend this year? Get your Texas Longhorns tickets now! The first of the two can’t-miss matches comes on Sept 6, when the Texas hosts BYU in the second game of the year. Not only did BYU beat them 40-21 last year, but the school will be playing for the opportunity to be considered a Power Five-level playoff-worthy team. Just a week later, the Longhorns will face UCLA in Arlington, and with all the changes made since Charlie Strong’s debut, scoring a W against the favored Pac-12 visitors would make quite a statement indeed. The Texas-BYU game (9/6) offers a $58 minimum, which is far cheaper than the Texas-UCLA game (9/13) which starts at a $97 minimum.
6/13/14 – Some big blows were dealt to the Texas Longhorns’ recruiting efforts last week, including the defection of three prospects (5-star WB Kyle Murray, 4-star WR Kemah Siverand, 3-star DT Kingsley Keke) to rival A&M. Still, Texas generally maintains its loaded roster, though the quarterback situation is rather uncertain: redshirt junior David Ash is a likely starter, but his health following 2013 concussions and a recent broken foot will leave him out for the next month. Texas desperately needs the experience of Tyrone Swoopes or a spark from true freshman Jerrod Heard as backups this year. Senior running back Malcolm Brown will be a workhorse this year, while Cedric Reed is key to taking Longhorns’ defense to the next level. Score Texas Longhorns tickets and see how incoming coach Charlie Strong fares in the face of one of the toughest schedules in the nation!
6/5/14 – The Longhorns are backed by the nation’s most dedicated fan base which has contributed to Texas’ net worth (almost 20% more than any other team in the Country), lucrative TV deals, massive merchandise sales, and of course, the high price of Texas Longhorns football tickets. At an average price of $272, the Longhorns boast the third most expensive NCAA Football ticket behind Ohio State (avg. $342) and Georgia (avg. $284). Two offsite home games – vs. UCLA at AT&T Stadium (avg. $747) and vs. Oklahoma at Cotton Bowl Stadium (avg. $468) – are contributing to the higher prices. Football games in Austin are a much more affordable $119 on average to see North Texas, BYU, Baylor, Iowa State, West Virginia, and TCU at Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium.
5/20/14 – For the first time since 1937, a Texas Longhorn football player was not selected in the NFL Draft. However, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Jackson Jeffcoat will get his chance in Seattle as a free agent. The Longhorns will have a fresh start this year under new head coach Charlie Strong who saw three of his former Louisville players taken in the first round. 100 days out from the start of the 2014 College Football season and things are heating up in Austin. Moving away from USC graduate transfer quarterback Max Wittek, Texas will revisit their QB situation. Find out who gets the job with Texas Longhorns tickets, averaging $164 following Spring ball (fourteenth most expensive in the NCAA).
4/22/14 – The Texas Longhorns football schedule is highlighted by two “neutral” site games: 9/13 against the UCLA Bruins at AT&T Stadium (min. $132) and 10/11 versus the Oklahoma Sooners at Cotton Bowl Stadium (min. $210). The newly named AT&T Red River Showdown is one of the grandest traditions in all of college football; Texas leads the all-time series 60-43-5 heading into the 109th meeting between the two teams. Four Big 12 teams will visit Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium this season: Baylor, Iowa State, West Virginia, and TCU. Join Texas’ first-year football coach Charlie Strong and the Longhorns as they look to improve on last year’s 8-5 season and come on strong!
2/4/14 - The Texas Longhorns made history this year, when they announced Charlie Strong as their first African-American head football coach, taking place of Mack Brown. The Longhorns were likely to secure the Big 12’s best recruiting class, with 22 commitments and seven 4-star prospects, but in the last two weeks, numerous have uncommitted and hurt the roster. Texas has also lost three starters from the O-line, senior QB Case McCoy, and it’s unsure whether QB David Ash will return from a season-ending concussion sustained last year. Luckily, there are no early entrees into the NFL Draft from the Longhorns, which means the new coach will get back some of the best players in the Big 12: including DE Cedric Reed, RB Malcom Brown and CB Quandre Diggs (all were draft-eligible). Keep up with the Longhorns and see how this new coaching staff fares this offseason!
There’s a new sheriff in town at Austin, where the Texas Longhorns will welcome new head coach Charlie Strong. Strong replaces longtime coach Mack Brown, who had just one losing season in his tenure as Horns head coach. Strong arrives from Louisville, where he turned the Cardinals into perennial big East title contenders. Also in Strong’c coaching resume is significant time in multiple stints on the coaching staff of Florida, where he ultimately assisted then-Gator head coach Urban Meyer (now at Ohio State) to a pair of BCS national championships.
11/6/13- The Texas Longhorns share first place in the Big 12, and with Baylor, they are the only undefeated teams left in their division. With Texas' recent trouncing of the Kansas Jayhawks (12-35), the team is bowl-eligible for their third-consecutive season! The Burnt Orange Nation will most likely be paying a trip to a non-BCS bowl game, as Baylor is favored to run away with the Big 12 title to the Fiesta Bowl. First, Texas will have to get through West Virginia and tough contenders Oklahoma State and Texas Tech. The Longhorns will play their final game in Waco against in-state rivals Baylor, at the close of regular season—obviously tickets are hot for this match, starting at $42 and up to $472 for Club Seats!
Longhorns fans in Austin are hoping for the season that Phil Steele is predicting for their team – an undefeated year and a Big 12 Championship. There is no doubt that the Texas Longhorns have built a talented roster after returning their QB David Ash, top two receivers in Mike Davis and Jaxon Shipley, and all five offensive linemen. Mack Brown and play caller Major Applewhite will return to an up tempo offense that proved beneficial against the Oregon State Beavers in the Alamo Bowl last season.
The 2013 season will not be a winning one without a victory against rival Oklahoma Sooners. Last year the Longhorns lost the Red River Rivalry game by 42 points. The Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners football game is averaging $446 at the Cotton Bowl, more than double the cost of any other game on the Texas Longhorns football schedule. The second priciest game for the Longhorns squad will be their last at Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium this season – Texas Longhorns vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders Football. Longhorns tickets for the Big 12 rivalry game start at $90 and average $192. Overall, Longhorns football tickets are averaging $186 over seven home games, the highest of any Big 12 university. Not surprising considering the rich history of Texas football and the program. Texas Longhorns tickets are twelfth most expensive in the nation, the same ranking that Texas received in ESPN’s future rankings which gauges the likelihood of success for the next three seasons.