According to "Horns with Hearts," their scholarship fund—"The Pancake Factory"—will cover up to 16 University of Texas scholarship linemen.
Minmi, Dilong and Dimetrodon, the names given to the statues, were stolen from the Dinosaur Park in Cedar Creek, Texas, from their exhibit areas last week.
In a press statement, Ehlinger's family starts off by stating they are still grieving and are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support from people who knew and loved the college player.
UT-Austin has faced numerous protests about "The Eyes of Texas," including one by the Texas Longhorns football team, calling for it to be discontinued.
One stadium had 109,000 fans Saturday while seven more last weekend had more than 75,000 fans apiece.
The former University of Texas standout alleged "he could not breathe, that there was a constraint or restriction on his neck," according to LAPD Chief Michel Moore.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby told senators the value of its TV deal would be cut in half if Texas and Oklahoma leave the conference.
"Collegiate athletics is changing rapidly, whether any of us wants it to or not," Texas University President Jay Hartzell said.
Texas and Oklahoma would start competing in the SEC during the 2025-26 academic year.
"Providing notice to the Big 12 at this point is important in advance of the expiration of the conference's current media rights agreement," the schools said in a statement.
News broke that Oklahoma and Texas have inquired about joining the SEC on the day Texas A&M spoke at media days. This wasn't the first time in 2021 Texas stole A&M's thunder.
Ehlinger was a redshirt sophomore for the Texas Longhorns, and the younger brother of Sam Ehlinger, a former four-year starting quarterback for the Texas team. The cause of his death remains unknown at this time, but police say it is not considered suspicious.
Jake Ehlinger had been with the Longhorns for two full seasons. The cause of his death is unkown.
The university said the Longhorn marching and pep bands will still play the song, while a newly established "to be named" university band will not be required to.
The song, which was first performed in 1903 by white students in Blackface, came under scrutiny last summer as students and athletes viewed its historical connotation as having racist ties.
"My teammates and I got threatened by some alumni that we would have to find jobs outside of Texas if we didn't participate," one football player said.
A new report indicates that 58 percent of those who died from COVID-19 in Texas prisons were eligible for parole, while nearly 80 percent who died in jails had not been convicted of any crime.
The players reported to the U.T. training facility in Austin for voluntary workouts and were tested when they arrived, John Bianco, spokesman for the University of Texas athletic department, said in an email.
Sanders more than doubled Biden's support among Texas' large constituency of Latino Democrats and Latino independents who lean toward the Democratic Party, amassing 42 percent versus Biden's 18 percent.
With a freshman quarterback becoming a leader and a rejuvenated Mack Brown back as the head coach, the Tar Heels look poised to challenge the Clemson Tigers for future supremacy.
The arrest report says the man calmly repeated the phrase of shooting rich white kids at the school, and then turned to the officer and said "I'll shoot you."
A legal review found the college admission scandal was an isolated case and made recommendations to prevent it from happening in the future.
McConaughey will teach at the University Of Texas this coming fall.
The president's ban against transgender people serving in the military has apparently cost a transgender student at the University of Texas his scholarship.
"What does it say about the University of Texas when Dr. Malcolm, a fictional math professor, carries with him more virtue than the professor we chose to name the building after?"
"My fingerprints are nowhere near any of this," says Blum, who helped with the Supreme Court case Fisher v. the University of Texas.
On Aug. 1, 1966, sniper Charles Whitman terrorized the University of Texas campus with a shooting spree that left 16 dead.