— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) June 19, 2014
Update, 4:33 p.m. — Texas spokesman John Bianco said the football program is aware of the situation and gathering information. Bianco said he expects to issue a statement from coach Mack Brown after practice ends this evening.
Earlier Senior safety Christian Scott was arrested early this afternoon on a Class A misdemeanor assault with bodily injury charge. He’s being held in the Travis County Jail.
Details on the incident were not immediately available, but Scott was arrested in the 300 block of E. Yager Lane, at approximately 1 p.m.
My boy Pat Forde writes
“Today, Texas is lurching through a disorienting December. After a disastrous 5-7 season, there is no bowl game for the first time since 1997. Meanwhile, Brown’s staff is in disarray following the forced resignation of longtime offensive coordinator Greg Davis, the forced retirements of line coaches Mac McWhorter and Mike Tolleson, and the abrupt defection Saturday by Muschamp to take over as head coach at Florida.
A program presumed to be on autopilot has crash-landed into uncertainty.”
Read the entire article at ESPN.com
135-184, 1,410 yards, 10 touchdowns, 6 interceptions
after 5 games, that is not Heisman numbers.
stop sucking McCoy’s dick ESPN
n arrest warrant has been issued for Longhorns freshman safety Kenny Vaccaro for misdemeanor assault after he was involved in an alleged fight with another Texas student during a pickup basketball game.
According to an arrest affidavit issued by a Travis County justice of the peace, Vaccaro and Jonathan R. Fuhrman were involved in an incident Sept. 20 when both were playing basketball at Gregory Gymnasium on the Texas campus.
Fuhrman, a law student at Texas, alleges that Vaccaro and his friends were throwing basketballs at him. The affidavit states that Fuhrman threw a basketball back at Vaccaro, hitting him in the head.
Fuhrman said Vaccaro then punched him in the face. The police affidavit stated that Fuhrman had blood streaming from a cut lip when he was interviewed by police.
According to the affidavit, Vaccaro told police that Fuhrman was “always on the court trying to start a fight.”
The arrest warrant is for assault-bodily injury, a Class A misdemeanor under Texas law.
Vaccaro has developed into a key reserve for the Texas secondary and a special-teams standout. He’s made nine tackles on special teams and is listed as second string at right safety heading into the Longhorns’ game Saturday night against Colorado.
Texas coach Mack Brown released a statement shortly after news of the arrest warrant surfaced.
“We’re aware of the situation with Kenny Vaccaro,” Brown said. “We’ve talked to Kenny and his family, and pending the completion of the legal process, we’ll do what’s best for the university, Kenny and the team. One thing we have really prided ourselves on in our program is our family atmosphere, and this will be handled within our family.”
I guess Brent said that gem on college football live. WOW. A sooner fan posted this on ouinsider.com
His 1 sack and 1 TFL on the season does look pretty daunting.
Meanwhile Jeremy Beal has 3 sacks and 5 TFL’s and not even half as much hype.
keep blowing Texas Brent.
And if non-conference strength of schedule becomes the deciding factor again, OU has to like its chances over Texas in spite of last week’s announcement that Idaho State — essentially Tennessee-Chattanooga Part II — would complete the Sooners’ non-conference slate.
That’s because OU’s other three opponents — Brigham Young, at Miami and Tulsa — all qualified for bowls and finished a combined 28-12 last season.
Meanwhile, of Texas’ four 2009 non-league opponents — Louisiana-Monroe, at Wyoming, Central Florida and Texas-El Paso — none had a winning record in 2008.
Texas students and fans have raised around $7,000, part of which has paid for a pilot to fly over Stillwater before the Bedlam game Saturday morning during ESPN College GameDay’s live telecast.
The plane, which will fly out of the Dallas area, will carry a banner with the inscription “45-35,” the score of Texas’ victory over Oklahoma on Oct. 11.