• Leaders and Success


    Jan 05 Darrell Royal featured in Investor's Business Daily? Michael Mink's column "Leaders and Success" spotlights traits that made the Coach a great manager and motivator. More »
  • 1958 Sugar Bowl


    Dec 23 1958 Sugar Bowl: DKR's first Longhorn Bowl Game was a bust, but he took lessons away from that defeat. More »
  • Letters to the Coach: Bill Walker


    Dec 23 Letters to the Coach: Bill Walker More »
  • Edith Royal-Life with DKR


    Oct 26 Edith talks about Life with the Coach: KUT's Jennifer Stayton interviewed Edith Royal and Jenna McEachern before their appearance at the Texas Book Festival, Sunday, 10/28, 12:30 pm, at 700 Congress, AMOA Arthouse. More »
  • Still The Coach


    Oct 12 Players from the '63 National Championship Team gathered with Darrell and Edith Royal for Mexican food, reminiscing, and book signing. More »
  • What It Means to be a Longhorn: Howard Terry


    Sep 29 Howard Terry talked with Bill Little about being recruited by, and playing for, Jack Chevigny. More »
  • Retiring Jerseys


    Sep 24 For 85 years, UT did not retire jersey numbers. But in 2010, the floodgates opened and now numbers 10, 12, 20, 22, 34, and the revered number 60 are retired. Where do we stop this, and will triple digits fit on a jersey? More »
  • Letters to the Coach: Steve Collier


    Sep 13 More »
  • Frank Medina


    Sep 11 Former Longhorns talk about Frank Medina, legendary trainer at The University for 32 years. Excerpts from What It Means to be a Longhorn. More »
  • Letters to the Coach: Loyd Wainscott


    Aug 31 All-American Loyd Wainscott wrote of lessons learned from Coach Darrell Royal. Loyd was a lineman from 1966-68 and is a member of the Longhorn Hall of Honor. More »
  • We're No. 1


    Aug 28 This "university of the first class" has celebrated many firsts in its storied history. More »
  • What It Means to be a Longhorn: Noble Doss


    Aug 27 Noble Doss talked with Bill Little about playing for legendary D. X. Bible, and about the high--and low--point of his playing career. More »