2014 Texas Longhorns Football Parking Passes
Football is no joke in Texas, particularly when it comes to the Longhorns
from the University of Texas. This is a team that is always bursting with superstar-level talent, making each and every home
game something to behold thanks to a premier program and some of the best fans that you'll find anywhere. But the experience
doesn't just start at kick-off, as the camaraderie that you'll find in the parking lot beforehand is something that you can't
conjure up sitting in your living room watching the pregame show. After another exciting season in 2013, the Longhorns are
looking to take it up a notch with their exciting team bursting with playmakers, giving you plenty of reasons to put down
the remote and snag a few parking passes to make sure you arrive in style this season.
Playing in the Big 12, the Longhorns
are always in the middle of one exciting matchup or another, as their schedule is loaded with some of the most talented teams
in all of college football. But the Longhorns have plenty of talent of their own, which is why fans are known to pour into
Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium to make sure that they don't miss a snap of the Longhorns' action. The experience starts
a long time before the opening whistle, and you'll know you made the right call when you're sitting in the parking lot soaking
up the Longhorns' camaraderie.
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Even in one of the top conferences in
the nation, the Big 12, the Longhorns are always a major factor, giving fans plenty of reasons to join in the excitement each
and every season as the Longhorns look to make it happen this season and make a move up the conference standings. If it's
been a little while since you've seen the Longhorns the way they were meant to be seen, or if you never have, it's definitely
time to change that this season. Over the years, the Longhorns have had some of the best players in all of college football,
with legends like Ricky Williams, Earl Campbell, Derrick Johnson and many more dominating for the 'Horns before heading on
to star on the next level.
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Did you know that Ricky Williams averaged 6.8
yards per carry in his third season for the Longhorns?
In 1997, nobody could even slow down Williams, who tallied 1,893
yards rushing in only 11 games. With another 150 yards receiving, Williams even broke 2,000 all-purpose yards.
Home football games at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium are packed with thousands of screaming fans
on a regular basis, providing the perfect backdrop for some big-time college football. College football has plenty of great
games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season matchups and bowl games to historic rivalries
that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best athletes in the entire world, though that's something
that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate. There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line,
so ditch the couch, brush off the potato chips and get ready to see a game you won't soon forget as the Longhorns look to
make it happen in another nail-biting season of action.