Texas head coach Tom Herman paces the sideline during the first quarter of the Texas Bowl against Missouri on Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017, in Houston. (Smiley N. Pool/The Dallas Morning News)Head coach Tom Herman had good reason to celebrate following the Longhorns' 33-16 win at the Texas Bowl on Wednesday. The victory marked the team's first bowl win since 2012 and first winning season (7-5) since 2013. Herman may have even taken a shot at the Tigers in the final minutes of his team's win.
HOUSTON, TX - DECEMBER 27: Anthony Wheeler #45 of the Texas Longhorns picks up a fumble and returns for a touchdown against the Missouri Tigers during the Academy Sports & Outdoors Bowl at NRG Stadium on December 27, 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)The Longhorns picked up their first bowl win since 2012 with a 33-16 victory over Missouri at the Texas Bowl in Houston Wednesday evening.
Texas' roster is getting even thinner with less than a week remaining before the team's Texas Bowl against Missouri on Dec. 27. The program announced the suspensions of receiver Lil'Jordan Humphrey, tight end Garrett Gray and running back Toneil Carter on Friday. Each member of the trio broke undisclosed team rules and won't suit up in Houston next week. Humphrey marks the most significant suspension in the group.
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Selecting a term
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