The committee was commissioned to chronicle the full history of the song to "better acknowledge, share and learn from the song’s history."
Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger announced he's declaring for the 2021 NFL draft.
Texas Longhorns football coach Tom Herman has been let go after four seasons.
Nine UT student-athletes and 13 staff members tested positive for COVID-19 this week. The shutdown means the 12/17 game against Kansas has been canceled.
The game was originally scheduled for Saturday, November 21 and will now be rescheduled to December 12, says the Big 12 Conference.
UT Austin has formed a committee to document the facts and chronicle the nearly 120-year history of alma mater "The Eyes of Texas".
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Regardless of who sang or just stood around after Texas beat Baylor 27-16 on Saturday, Texas school officials got exactly what they wanted: The Longhorns stood on the field together and it appeared nobody left in protest.
The official alma mater song and unofficial fight song is currently in the center of controversy because of its racial undertones
The Longhorn Band will not play “The Eyes of Texas” at this Saturday’s football game between the University of Texas at Austin and Baylor University after a survey of members revealed several students are unwilling to play the traditional alma mater song, according to The Daily Texan.
“Bevo XV rammed his longhorns twice into Plaintiff’s back causing permanent injury to Plaintiff’s neck and back,” the petition says.
John Henderson, who was half of the Guinness World Records oldest living married couple in the world, has died. He also had been the oldest living Texas Longhorn football letterman.
Chris Del Conte's comments come after few UT players remained on the field as the song played with their "horns up" for fans after Saturday's UT-OU game.
“The Eyes of Texas” is the university’s alma mater song, and is often regarded as it’s “unofficial” fight song.
Throw out the records when it comes to OU-Texas. It still feels like there is everything on the line, FOX Sports' Martin Rogers writes.
UT’s current confirmed positive case rate for students and staff sits at 814.
Fans say all the restrictions are just a small price to pay to have some sort of normalcy back.
COVID-19 has limited how much fans can interact with one another prior to the game and during the game.
As UT prepares for kick-off, students are having to make some preparations of their own, like get tested for COVID-19.
University of Texas students who are sports fans and want to go to the football game Saturday (9/12) will have to pass a COVID-19 test.