The University of Texas at Austin, ESPN and UT Athletics' multimedia rights partner IMG College announced today a 20-year contract agreement to create what soon will be the nation's largest 24-hour television network dedicated to covering a university's intercollegiate athletics, music, cultural arts and academics programs.
Texas Senator Leticia Van de Putte will be the first of six prominent individuals offering their thoughts on leadership from the perspectives of politics, history, ethics, philanthropy, business and athletics as part of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs' inaugural Leadership Lecture Series, beginning Oct. 13.
The University of Texas at Austin will continue competing in the Big 12 Conference, university officials confirmed today.
When it comes to giving out final grades to the 2007-08 University of Texas at Austin student-athletes for their performance in the classroom, only one can do justice.
Going for Gold: Twenty-two current or former Longhorn student-athletes have earned spots on their respective countries' 2008 Olympic team and a total of 27 athletes and coaches will represent their countries from Aug. 8-24 in Beijing, China.