AUSTIN (KXAN) — As the Texas Longhorns came back to practice Tuesday, following the 27-24 double overtime loss to USC, quarterback Shane Buechele went back to practicing with the first team offense. Coach Tom Herman told the media Buechele took 60 percent of the snaps with the first team and freshman Sam Ehlinger picked up the rest. Jerrod Heard moved back to receiver full-time after playing a portion of the last two games at quarterback.
AUSTIN, TX - SEPTEMBER 09: Sam Ehlinger #11 of the Texas Longhorns signals at the line of scrimmage in the fourth quarter against the San Jose State Spartans at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on September 9, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images) AUSTIN (KXAN) — The LA Coliseum is sold out prior to Saturday’s USC-Texas tilt according to USC officials.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — No. 23 Texas appears set to start sophomore Shane Buechele at quarterback in the season opener against Maryland. Buechele was listed as the No. 1 on Monday’s depth chart ahead of freshman Sam Ehlinger. Buechele started 12 games last season and set a Texas freshman passing record of nearly 3,000 yards. Coach Tom Herman has tried to keep the pressure on Buechele in training camp and said he could lose the job if he doesn’t practice well this week.
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