The Texas Longhorns have a long tradition of winning football. Recent seasons haven’t seen that occur much if not all. After a 5-7 season in 2015, the fans are getting restless and want to see winning football return to Austin. With Jerrod Heard likely starting at quarterback, there is some hope that things will be changing in a positive matter. A tough opener against Notre Dame will be a stern test plus having to face Oklahoma State and Oklahoma over two straight weeks will really test how good this Longhorns team really is. If Heard can get better as a sophomore, maybe Texas can go to a bowl game and bring back some of the credibility to the program.
Here is the 2016 Longhorns schedule….
September 4: NOTRE DAME, 7:30 p.m., ABC
September 10: UTEP, TBD, TBD
September 17: at California, TBD, TBD
October 1: at Oklahoma State, TBD, TBD
October 8: OKLAHOMA, TBD, TBD
October 15: IOWA STATE, TBD, TBD
October 22: at Kansas State, TBD, TBD
October 29: BAYLOR, TBD, TBD
November 5: at Texas Tech, TBD, TBD
November 12: WEST VIRGINIA, TBD, TBD
November 19: at Kansas, TBD, TBD
November 25: TCU, TBD, TBD