The Horns Illustrated Week in Review covers all the University of Texas sporting events that took place this past week
Did you miss anything Texas Longhorns related from the past 7 days? Don't worry, we will bring you up to speed.
The Texas Longhorn football team fell to the BYU Cougars 40-21 on Saturday in Provo, Utah. The Texas defense gave up 550 yards rushing to the Cougars—a BYU school record. Of those 550 yards rushing, 259 yards came from BYU quarterback Taysom Hill.
Running back Daje Johnson left the game in the 1st quarter and suffered an ankle injury. He is ruled out of the Ole Miss game on Saturday Sept. 14. Quarterback David Ash left the game with a head and shoulder injury in the fourth quarter. He is listed as questionable for the Ole Miss game.
On Sunday, Head Coach Mack Brown announced that defensive coordinator Manny Diaz would be relieved of his duties. Shortly after, Mack announced that former Texas defensive coordinator in 2004 Greg Robison would take over immediately as Diaz's replacement. Robison was working as an analyst for the Longhorn Network this season before being hired to take over the Texas defense after the second game of the season. It was also announced that Manny Diaz would be reassigned within the athletic department.
For a recap of the Longhorns loss to BYU click here.
The No. 6 Texas Volleyball team defeated No. 1 ranked Penn State and No. 2 ranked Stanford at Gregory Gym this weekend in the Nike Big Four Classic. On Saturday, the Longhorns came from behind and defeated Penn State 3-2, after falling behind 2-1 to start the match.
The Longhorns returned on Sunday to play Stanford and came out with a 3-1 victory. Junior Outside Hitter Haley Eckerman led the Longhorns in kills with a game-high 15. Senior Libero Sarah Palmer led the Longhorns with 19 digs.
The Texas Volleyball team will return to action on Friday against Arizona State in the State Farm Classic.
The Texas Longhorn Women's Soccer team picked up two home wins over the weekend. On Friday, the Lady Longhorns defeated Samford 2-0 with first-half goals from Kelsey Shimmick in the 18th minute and Gabby Zarnegar in the 36th minute.
On Sunday the Lady Longhorns came from behind against Illinois State to win 2-1. Texas gave up an early goal in the second minute to Illinois States's Rachel Tejada. The Longhorns rallied and found the equalizer eleven minutes later through Sharis Lachappelle. The Lady Longhorns got the winning-goal in the 44th minute from the head of Brooke Gilbert off a corner kick.
Texas will travel to Colorado this weekend to face Air Force and Colorado College.