Herman says running back injuries won’t change Texas game plan for LSU

Running back Keontay Ingram produced 121 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown in the Texas football team's 45-14 season-opening victory over Louisiana Tech, despite being hampered in preseason camp by a knee injury (photo courtesy of texassports.com).

By Steve Habel, Senior Contributing Writer

AUSTIN, Texas — If you have some college eligibility left and can play running back, Texas coach Tom Herman might be willing to take your phone call. It’s almost that desperate of a situation in the Longhorns’ running back room.

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The 10th-ranked Longhorns, already shorthanded at the position because of injuries to two scholarship backs and a key walk-on, lost another, freshman Jordan Whittington, to a hernia injury Saturday in a 45-14 win over Louisiana Tech.

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Steve Habel

Steve Habel is a senior contributing writer for Horns Illustrated. He has covered Texas sports since 1989 and was this magazine’s senior editor for 24 years. You can follow him on twitter @stevehabel .

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