Joe Bergeron

Texas Longhorns #24 -

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 240

The latest on the status of Texas RB Joe Bergeron

Will the big back be with the team for the rest of the spring and moving forward

Joe Bergeron denies rumors he'll leave program

The Texas senior running back took to Twitter to share his thoughts on some rumors that had been circulating about him.

Texas keys to hanging with Oregon

Breaking down how the Texas Longhorns can hang with the high-flying Oregon Ducks in the Alamo Bowl.

Is Oregon really susceptible to the run game?

Do the poor performances stopping the run against Oregon State and Arizona really mean that Oregon is in danger of giving up a large number of rushing yards against Texas?

Two more Texas contributors may miss Alamo Bowl

If the reports on Friday are accurate, attrition will have claimed two more Texas Longhorns contributors in advance of the Alamo Bowl later this month.

Texas RB Bergeron out of doghouse, needs the ball

As the Texas Longhorns struggle to find explosive plays in the running game, it may be time to turn to the other junior running back.

Big 12 Preview: Week 12

Looking ahead to this week's games that don't involve a certain team wearing green and gold

Horns lose Gray, Whaley for season

The Texas Longhorns will be without two key players for the rest of the season after both suffered major injuries against the West Virginia Mountaineers.

Healthy Malcolm Brown making his mark

Texas Longhorns fans are once again getting a glimpse of the impact that running back Malcolm Brown can make when he avoids injuries after scoring six touchdowns in the last two games.

Was burning Swoopes' redshirt the right decision?

Late in the win over TCU Horned Frogs, the Texas Longhorns coaching staff decided to play freshman quarterback Tyrone Swoopes for the first time. Was it the right or wrong call?

Time to put in a call to Mean Joe B

Making the case for Texas Longhorns junior running back Joe Bergeron to see heavy carries against the Oklahoma Sooners in the Red River Rivalry on Saturday.

Hicks believes in resurgent Texas LB corps

A humbled Jordan Hicks spoke with the media on Friday about the incident in San Antonio and his belief in the Texas linebacker corps heading into 2013.

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