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Best HornsCast Texas Longhorns Podcasts podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
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Updated January 2020
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Pretend We're Football is get Texas fans prepared for the brutal 48 hour stretch of vs Kansas and @ West Virginia. What can we apply from the wins vs KSU and OSU and how in the world can Texas pull out one of these wins?By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 gives you a detailed breakdown of the newest assistant coaches that Tom Herman has added to his staff. Where do they come from and what do they bring? Then they preview Texas Elite day. What is the most important thing to come out of it and who will be attending.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Pretend We're Football breaks down what went wrong to open conference play and where that puts Shaka Smart and Texas. What are the likely scenarios to play out with the basketball coaching position? Also a preview of what Kansas State and Oklahoma State bring to the court.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 breaks down what exactly they saw in the Alamo Bowl and the win's significance for the program. From there, they give fans a WAY too early preview of the 2020 season and where Texas' strengths and weaknesses will lie. Then they give their wish list of potential defensive assistant coaches that the Longhorns will be interviewing Lastly, th…
 
Josh and Noah break down the surprising Alamo Bowl blowout win over Utah, discussing what they liked, who broke out, and what it all means (if anything) for 2020 and beyond. They also discuss the hiring of Mike Yurcich as the new offensive coordinator for the Longhorns and discuss what to expect for changes among the remaining position coaches.…
 
Pretend We're Football gives a letter grade to a few different choice categories for the Texas team in their first half of the season before they turn around and look conference play square in the face and tell Longhorn fans just what to expect going forward. Get ready for an emotional rollercoaster Longhorns fans!…
 
4th and 5 takes a deep dive into tomorrow's Alamo Bowl matchup vs Utah. What is Texas facing in the Utah Utes and what should the gameplan against them look like? However, before they get to the Alamo Bowl, they break down Mike Yurcich's journey to Texas, what he brings to the offense, and who he should bring along as assistant coaches.…
 
Josh and Noah discuss Tom Herman's first replacement hire for the Texas football staff in former Rutgers head coach and national championship-winning coordinator Chris Ash as the new DC for the Longhorns. They also talk National Signing Day and which members of the 2020 recruiting class they're most excited about in the years ahead. Finally, they m…
 
Pretend We're Football answers the biggest Texas basketball question this season: why has Smart and Yaklich's defense been so inconsistent and are we in Big 12 Purgatory? Those topics and a breakdown of the comeback over CMU and a preview of Providence. Intro Song:Budos Band - Hidden HandBy HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 gives you the rundown on what to expect out Texas' new defensive coordinator Chris Ash, what the miss on Graham Harrell means, and who's next. Afterward, the do a thorough breakdown of what to expect on National Signing Day and what Longhorn fans are getting out of every single signee.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Pretend We're Football breaks down Texas' win over the school out East. Are they happy with the performance, and why is Texas so damn dependent on the three-ball? Then they preview the CMU game this weekend, and ask "How would other Shaka Smart teams do vs a schedule this easy?"By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Josh and Tux discuss the Texas Tech game and the firing or demotion of four coaches in the wake of a 2019 season that didn't live up to fan expectations. But most importantly, they lament the fact that Josh's nemesis, Derek Warehime, remains on staff in Austin.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 takes a look at what the Alamo Bowl means for the Longhorns in recruiting and in the context of the season. What are their first impressions of the Utes and how do they compare to Texas. Then they give their thoughts on what is going on with the coaching search and what fans should expect.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
The Pretend We're Basketball boys tell you whether or not you should be worried about the McNeese State performance or happy about Texas being 7-1 right now. Then they break down what Texas will be facing when they enter the Lone Star Showdown vs Texas A&M tomorrow.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 breaks down the massive changes Herman has set in motion with the firings/demotions of key members of his staff. What happened behind the scenes to force Herman's hand into making these decisions and who are the potential replacements in line. Then Zach Barnett joins the show to dish out some scoops to give you the national perspective on…
 
Will, Jonny, and Tim discuss what the major takeaways should be for Texas fans after the 5-1 start with a loss to Georgetown. Should people recalibrate their expectations of the basketball team for the next half of non-conference play, or are all things still on track?By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Josh and Noah discuss the most frustrating parts of the Baylor loss, make their calls on which staff members remain at Texas for 2020, and lament the possibility of finishing the regular season 6-6.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Tux and Josh do some cathartic ranting about what went wrong against Iowa State and during the season as a whole, breaking down what changes need to be made, and whether or not this has started the ball rolling on the end of the Tom Herman era in Austin. They also discuss the first ever voicemail on the podcast's Hot Take Line and whether or not Te…
 
4th and 5 brings a very cathartic episode where Will and Darius air their frustrations about the Iowa State and discuss which part of the program deserves the most blame. Then they are joined by Sam Bradshaw of SicEm365 to do a deep dive of what the Longhorns will be facing in Waco vs Baylor.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Pretend We're Football looks through the first three games and tells you what made them optimistic, what worried them, and how much fans should take away from the games. Then they break down the Longhorns' next opponents for the Empire Classic where they will face PVA&M, Georgetown, and Duke or Cal. How do they match up vs each team and what should…
 
Josh and Noah return from their own personal bye week to discuss the big win over the Purple Wizard-less Kansas State Wildcats and spend time discussing the defensive improvements in the second half, what changed, and whether or not they think those fixes will be enough to turn the defense around to end the year. They also discuss Brock Purdy and t…
 
4th and 5 is joined by lifetime Longhorn and fan-favorite CB Quandre Diggs to talk about his time at Texas, his thoughts on the current state of Texas football, and his time in the NFL. Then the guys break down the turn around in the Kansas State game and what the main factors were behind it.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 break down the major recruiting and team events of the bye week. How are things trending for the Longhorns after they lost three commits and gained one. How has Herman addressed the issues in the locker room and is his approach working? Then they give the keys to the game vs a daunting Kansas State team and are joined by Grant from the Bo…
 
Pretend We're Football replaces BitterWhiteGuy with Jeff Haley to break down what Longhorn fans should expect out of the Longhorns vs #23 Purdue, Northern Colorado, and Cal Baptist and what are the major questions that should be answered. Intro is Budos Band - Hidden HandBy HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 breaks down what happened in Fort Worth on the field and before that in the locker room to cause the Longhorns' collapse last weekend. What changes need to be made in the short term to save the season and in the long term to save the program. Then Will and Darius argue how the NCAA's move to allow athletes to right to their name, image, a…
 
Josh and Noah come crashing back to Earth in the wake of the loss to TCU and discuss what went wrong, what continues to go wrong, and how their outlook on the season has changed since the preseason as a result of the past four weeks.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Tux returns for a throwback hosting as he and Josh discuss the struggles for the defense and the need to #YeetOrlandotoOrlando. They also make a desperate effort to discuss the positives coming out of the near-miss against the Jayhawks before moving ahead to try to convince themselves that the upcoming TCU game won't be every bit as frustrating as …
 
Pretend We're Football is back, baby! And the guys get you ready for the 2020 season by breaking down how important this season is for Shaka Smart, the coaching staff he has put together, the expectations Longhorn fans should have for him, the roles every player will have this year, and why putting amphetamines in the water of the Frank Erwin Cente…
 
4th and 5 breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly from the Kansas game with a major focus on how Texas can salvage a defense that is headed on a course to be the worst in program history. What changes need to be made immediately and how should they be implemented. Then they take a look forward to see what Texas has in store for them in Fort Wor…
 
Josh and Noah allow the depression and disappointment consume them as they discuss what went wrong in a Red River Shootout that wasn't nearly as close as the scoreboard indicated and what needs to be adjusted for Texas to get a chance to tag the Sooners back in December. Afterwards, they break down the players of note for the Kansas Jayhawks and wh…
 
4th and 5 breaks down what exactly went wrong in the Cotton Bowl last Saturday. What is it that caused the 9 sacks, the historically bad tackling, and the poor performances by the Longhorns over the past three games? How does the OU game affect the Longhorns' ultimate goal of heading to the Big 12 championship, and what do you need to look for agai…
 
4th and 5 gives a quick review of the win against the Mountaineers and how certain parts of that game will apply to the Longhorns' big matchup in the Cotton Bowl vs their hated rival, the Oklahoma Sooners. What does Texas need to do tomorrow to bring home the Golden Hat.They also invite on JYBrainiac of The Oklahoma Football Brainiacs to give Texas…
 
Josh and Noah look back on a sloppy win over West Virginia coming out of the bye week and try to decide which areas are legitimate concerns, and which were the product of looking ahead to the Red River Shootout. Then they talk about OU's fake defensive "improvements" and the incoming thrashing the offense will levy on the Grinch, Lincoln Riley's QB…
 
Josh and Noah take a look at West Virginia to try and figure out what they're good at (not a lot), what they're bad at (basically everything), and familiarize themselves with a roster loaded with strong candidates for the 2019 All-Name Team.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 is joined by Keenan Cummings, the managing editor of WVSports.com, to break down what the Longhorns will be facing in Morgantown and what the keys to the game will be. But before that, they take a look at the long list of injuries for the Longhorns to discuss where the biggest pain points are now for the team. They also give their impress…
 
Without a Texas football game to break down, Noah and Josh take some time to discuss the sport of college football, picking who they think the best team in the country is so far, who should be the September Heisman winner, and reset the field in-conference before circling back to the storylines that have defined the season for Texas so far.…
 
Josh and Noah look back on the Oklahoma State game and discuss which areas give them hope, where concerns remain, and make impassioned pleas to airlock particular members of the coaching staff after the season concludes.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
4th and 5 breaks down each aspect of the Longhorns victory over Oklahoma State as they finally take down Gundy in Austin. What was it that caused the turn around in defense and what needs to be fixed before West Virginia. Then Will and Darius give a preview of what the Longhorns' newest commit 2020 WR Troy Omeire will bring to Austin.…
 
After taking a week off (because no one wanted to talk about the Rice game), the guys are back to talk about the very big conference-opening win over Mike "The Mullet" Gundy & the Oklahoma State Cowboys. It was a game that was at times exhilarating, frustrating, maddening, and alcohol-inducing.....but in the end? Victorious!! Unfortunately, for the…
 
Tux and Noah break down the Rice game and what parts of a relatively non-competitive game can be taken away as meaningful. Then they look ahead to this weekend's opponent in the Oklahoma State Cowboys to open the Big 12 slate including how much Spencer Sanders, Tylan Wallace, and Chuba Hubbard should be feared, what to look for out of Okie Lite's n…
 
4th and 5 discusses what exactly can be taken away from the game vs Rice. What needs to be fixed and what will translate into conference play? Then Kyle Cox of PistolFiring joins the show to give Longhorn fans a sneak peek into what the Pokes will bring to Austin this week. Afterward, Will and CJ give the keys to the game for the Longhorns.…
 
Will Baizer is joined this week by Jacob Detamore to take a quick preview of what Rice has to offer before they go back to look at the LSU game. What does the loss mean in the big picture of the program, what steps does Herman need to take to ensure continued offensive success, and what exactly went wrong with the Orlando defense and how do you fix…
 
In the wake of the LSU loss, Josh and Noah look ahead to this weekend's game against the Rice Owls and try to come up with nice things to say about an abysmal opponent and go wild with hot takes and score predictions against overmatched competition. At least the MOB is cool, right?By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Live from Mt. Thunder.....The guys breakdown the aftermath of the defeat at the hands of LSU, both the positives (I think Duvernay killed a guy with a trident) and the negatives (anyone know a recipe for fried DC testes?). They talk about where Texas goes, moving forward. We get to hear from Sir Sean, and also.....adventures in live sponsorship rea…
 
Josh and Noah do it Clint Eastwood-style and break down the good, the bad, and the ugly in the loss to LSU and what it is going to take to bounce back from Texas' first loss of the season. They also discuss how little they care about ACgate, LSU's band, or the away fan ticket allotment.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
Josh and Noah preview the upcoming cage match with the #6 LSU Tigers. Is this new LSU offense for real? How can Texas attack this stacked Tiger secondary? Which Texas players are gonna need to have a big game to give the Horns a chance to rain sarcastic SEC chants down in the 4th quarter? All of these questions and more will be answered!…
 
The boys are back to talk about what they saw in the Texas season opener vs La. Tech as well as looking forward to the bigger Cajun invasion this coming weekend against LSU. There is some sound from Ed Orgeron from his post-game presser as well as the 1st appearance of 2019 of the Graybus. (Episode was recorded this past Sunday) Enjoy, and Hook 'Em…
 
4th and 5 starts off by reviewing the win against LaTech. What impressed them and what should fans take away from the game. Then they are joined by ATVS's Poseur (Stephen Baker) and they breakdown the major stories lines and what to expect out of LSU this weekend. 1:25 LaTech Review 28:46 Impact of loss of Jordan Whittington 31:23 LSU Preview 44:19…
 
Josh and Noah give their observations on the season opener against Louisiana Tech, breaking down what they're excited to see more of, what needs to be fixed before LSU next Saturday, and which Longhorns had the biggest impact on the game.By HornsCast - Texas Longhorns Podcasts
 
It's finally football season! Josh and Noah hit you with their first preview episode of 2019, telling you which Louisiana Tech players to expect to have an impact, the memorable names decorating their roster, and what the final score of the game is going to be. Josh and Noah also make their selections for Hot Takes of the Week and which coach deser…
 
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