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The school said it is looking for a longhorn with "the same majestic qualities as previous longhorns that have worn the famous Bevo halter.
Royal led the Longhorns to three national championships, in 1963, 1969 and 1970.
Texas looked good at the midway point of last season to make an NCAA run, but Tucker was declared ineligible the second half of last season and the Longhorns struggled the rest of the way.
From 1866 through 1895, about 10 million longhorns were driven from Texas to the cattle markets.
Grass-fed longhorn beef extends the cattle trail to give Arlington a true taste of Texas
Texas Parks and Wildlife sold roughly two-thirds of the herd in West Texas' 311,000-acre Big Bend Ranch State Park at public auction so the park could institute a plan to make its remaining longhorns easier for visitors to see, said Brent Leisure, the department's director of state parks.
Carroll said it did not matter whether Texas needed to drive 80 yards or 56 on the final drive despite the fact the Longhorns nearly ran out of time with just 19 seconds left.
And so the longhorns avoided the fate of the California golden bear, a grizzly that went extinct there in 1922.
The Trojans ran off 34 straight victories before being stopped by the Longhorns.
After Young ran 17 yards to draw Texas within 38-33 with 4:03 left, he took a seat on the Longhorns bench, and watched on the Rose Bowl video board to see if their defense could get the ball back.
Ann's Health Food Center & Market in-store cafe adds natural longhorn burgers to restaurant fare
Now we have over 250 registered Texas Longhorns of all ages, sizes and colors.