by Jenna McEachern with Edith Royal
Decades after his last game in 1976, Darrell K Royal remains "The Coach," the winningest football coach in University of Texas history. Royal is still revered as "a coach who would rather lose a game than engage in unsportsmanlike tactics; who would neither make excuses for losing nor brag about winning..." in the words of the City of Austin’s "Darrell Royal Day" proclamation. DKR offers an intimate, insider’s view of the private life of the man behind the legend through an extraordinary collection of never-before-published photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, football ephemera, recollections, and "Royalisms" lovingly preserved by Edith, Royal’s wife of more than sixty-five years.
by Jenna Hays McEachern
The ultimate bucket list for Longhorns, this lively, detailed book explores the personalities, events, and facts every Texas football fan should know. From the history of The University to the details of our four national championships, "100 Things" is the ultimate guide to all things Longhorns.
Edited by Bill Little and Jenna McEachern
What It Means to Be a Longhorn is an unprecedented collection of stories,d thoughts, and memories of many of Texas football's greatest names. Each player's story is unique, yet there is a common thread that runs through all of them: when faced with a choice of colleges, each had the courage to challenge himself to compete with and against the best. Moment after moment is captured through the eyes and words of the players themselves, creating a burnt orange and white tapestry of words and images that reflect the pride behind Longhorns football.