Texas taking a page from the UVA playbook...

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  1. atatu

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  2. cll30

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    Nothing wrong with that - Hook 'em Horns!
     
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  3. borg number one

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    This looks like a great recruit for UT. They are a perennial NCAA Tennis powerhouse. Hook 'Em Horns!
     
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    Try perennial NCAA powerhouse in all sports, the only sport they fail to dominate in that I can think of off the top of my head is their golf program which has struggled for awhile now.
     
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    That's very true DLesser13. As a Longhorn, I can proudly say that we do pretty good in everything we compete in as far as the NCAA. By the way, it looks like their Golf program is about #5 in the country currently. Several years ago, UT and Stanford were rated as the two most successful NCAA athletic programs overall. I wouldn't be surprised if UT is #1 in terms of overall NCAA achievement.
     
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    Stanford is still considered the most successful as they have won the director's cup every time. UTexas is good at a lot of things but they don't have the number of sports that Stanford does
     
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    solid recruit for the horns.. he should help them greatly next year
     
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