2019 Schedule6 - 3

  • OpponentDate
  • Louisiana Tech, W 45-148/31
  • LSU, L 38-459/07
  • @ Rice, W 48-139/14
  • Oklahoma St, W 36-309/21
  • @ West Virginia, W 42-3110/05
  • Oklahoma, L 27-3410/12
  • Kansas, W 50-4810/19
  • @ TCU, L 27-3710/26
  • Kansas State, W 27-2411/09
  • @ Iowa State11/16
  • @ Baylor11/23
  • Texas Tech11/29

Past Seasons

  • 2018  (10 - 4)
  • Click a season above to view results.

Program History

  • National Titles: 4
  • Conference Titles: 32
  • All-Time Record: 897-366-33
  • Heisman Winners: 2
  • Consensus All-Americans: 60
  • Stadium: Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity: 100,119

Texas Longhorns

2019 Schedule6 - 3

  • OpponentDate
  • Louisiana Tech, W 45-148/31
  • LSU, L 38-459/07
  • @ Rice, W 48-139/14
  • Oklahoma St, W 36-309/21
  • @ West Virginia, W 42-3110/05
  • Oklahoma, L 27-3410/12
  • Kansas, W 50-4810/19
  • @ TCU, L 27-3710/26
  • Kansas State, W 27-2411/09
  • @ Iowa State11/16
  • @ Baylor11/23
  • Texas Tech11/29

About the Texas Longhorns

4th and 2. Vince Young. Hook'em. Darrell K. Royal. Earl Campbell. Mack Brown. Colt McCoy. James Street. The 40 Acres. Tommy Nobis. The Eyes of Texas. Ricky Williams. This is Texas Football.

Texas' first season was in 1893 under Albert Lefevra, but it wasn't until 1963 under legendary head coach Darrell K. Royal when the Longhorns won their first national championship perfecting the wishbone offense and capturing two more in 1969 and 1970 with Longhorn greats such as James Street, Freddie Steinmark, Jim Bertlesen and Steve Worster. The 30-year title drought finally ended in 2006 on the back of Vince Young in the Rose Bowl under Mack Brown, in what some consider the greatest individual performance in college football history. The Longhorns returned to the pinnacle of college football and the standard was set to where it is today.

2019 Texas Season Preview // 2019 Texas Offensive Preview // 2019 Texas Defensive Preview // 2019 Texas Player Spotlight: Caden Sterns

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High School

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