John Kocurek

  • joined Feb 17, 2012
  • last login Feb 26, 2013
  • posts 8
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Taking the long and short views


Incremental improvement is guaranteed to be obsolete over time.

Anatomy of a Meltdown - The Final Texas @ Texas A&M


An analytical look back at the final Texas @ Texas A&M game.

Texas A&M Aggies in the SEC - Part I


An X's and O's guy takes a two part look at the Texas A&M Aggies as they embark on their first campaign in the SEC. Part one takes a look at the Aggies' offensive prospects.

Project 2013: Jake Raulerson


Coach and guru John Kocurek breaks down Longhorns commitment, Jake Raulerson.

Quick Bites on the Texas Longhorns Spring Game


My favorite part of every spring is the crowd. Why cheer for a long TD, when it's your own defense getting sliced up, and then stay quiet when Jordan Hicks takes on a lineman and a fullback and...

Project 2013: Kent Perkins & Darius James


There are three kinds of OL you can recruit: - Giant bowling balls - Savvy technicians - Terrible In the past, Texas has gravitated towards the last two types of player, leaving Texas with a...

Project 2013: Ricky Seals-Jones


For the last two years, part of my job has been to watch a young man's YouTube highlights and assess his ability to play college football. I'm far from the hardened, white-haired veteran, two days...

Tyrone Swoopes is the best QB prospect in Texas...


Tyrone Swoopes is the best QB Prospect in Texas and you need to be OK with that. Here's why.

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