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Texas vs Rice TV Schedule – Predictions and Picks of ESPN Game of Longhorns vs Owls on September 4

In a game that will be very important in the state of Texas we will have the opportunity to see the Texas Longhorns take on the Rice Owls. There is very little argument to be made that the Texas Longhorns have a huge following and expect many people to search for the Texas vs Rice TV schedule along with predictions and pics of this ESPN 330 game. Many Longhorns fans are hoping that they can follow up last season’s championship game run with a wonderful season in 2010.

Replacing Colt McCoy at quarterback will never be easy but there is no doubt that the Texas Longhorns have a great amount of talent. It seems that each and every year that Texas receives one of the best recruiting classes in the nation and they are loaded on both sides of the ball. This will be the case in 2010 as well but they will have to replace them key players that made a significant impact in the 2009 season. The most important impact player that they will have to replace his Colt McCoy as he has taken his game to the NFL.

Replacing a four year starter at quarterback is never easy in college football. Colt McCoy broke almost every single Texas passing record and it will be extremely hard for anyone to do some of the things that he did. With that being said there is a very strong possibility that the Texas Longhorns will look to run the ball much more in 2010 and let their defense score some points. The Texas Longhorns have been very good at scoring points on special teams and on defense and look for this to be the case in 2010 and especially in a game against Rice during the first week of the season.

It is almost never the case that a home team as a four touchdown underdog.  This is the case in Houston Texas this week as Rice will look to prove to the world that they are not as bad as everyone thinks. With that being said, the Texas Longhorns have dominated Rice over the last several years and there is very little to be said to prove otherwise. The entire 2010 Texas Longhorns schedule is as follows:

Sat, Sep 4th, 2010 at Rice 03:30 PM Reliant Stadium – Houston, TX
Sat, Sep 11th, 2010 Wyoming 07:00 PM Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Sat, Sep 18th, 2010 at Texas_Tech 08:00 PM Jones AT&T Stadium
Sat, Sep 25th, 2010 U-C-L-A TBA Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Sat, Oct 2nd, 2010 at Oklahoma TBA Cotton Bowl – Dallas, TX
Sat, Oct 16th, 2010 at Nebraska TBA Memorial Stadium
Sat, Oct 23rd, 2010 Iowa_State TBA Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Sat, Oct 30th, 2010 Baylor TBA Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Sat, Nov 6th, 2010 at Kansas_State TBA Bill Snyder Family Football St
Sat, Nov 13th, 2010 Oklahoma_State TBA Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Sat, Nov 20th, 2010 Fla_Atlantic TBA Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial
Thu, Nov 25th, 2010 Texas_A&M 08:00 PM Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial

Taking on rice in a virtual home game at the beginning of the season will not be an issue for the Texas Longhorns as they will probably not be challenged until the Red River rivalry against Oklahoma on October 2. Many are predicting that the winner of this game has a very good chance of going to the national championship game if they can run the table and win the Big 12 championship game. Finishing with the final three games at home allows Texas the opportunity to get healthy before the Big 12 championship game if they qualify.

Over the last several years the Texas Longhorns football program has been a revenue generator for this university. No program in the nation brings in as much money as the Texas Longhorns and look for this to continue in 2010 as this university basically held the Big 12 together this off-season. Even though they lost two members of this conference the entire conference would have been decimated had it not been for the Texas Longhorns. With that being said many people will tune in to the Texas TV schedule as they will want to see if the Longhorns have the team to win a national championship in 2010. Also look for many people to search for predictions and picks of the Texas Longhorns versus Rice owls on September 4. The Texas vs Rice TV schedule shows that this game will be on ESPN at 330 for the nation to watch.

Fans throughout the United States will continue to search for the 2010 College Football TV schedule as this is a sport that has completely taken over on Saturdays in the Fall.  The college football TV schedule week 1 is as follows:

Thursday, Sept. 2
Southern Miss at South Carolina, 7:30 p.m., ESPN  Southern Miss vs South Carolina TV Schedule
Marshall at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., Big Ten Network  Marshall vs Ohio State TV Schedule
Towson at Indiana, 7:30 p.m., Big Ten Network
Minnesota at Middle Tennessee, 7:30 p.m., ESPNU
Pittsburgh at Utah, 7:30 p.m., Versus  Pittsburgh vs Utah TV Schedule
USC at Hawaii, 11 p.m., ESPN  USC at Hawaii TV Schedule

Friday, Sept. 3
Arizona at Toledo, 8 p.m., ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 4
Miami of Ohio at Florida, Noon, ESPN  Miami Ohio vs Florida TV Schedule
Western Michigan at Michigan State, Noon, ESPN2
Samford at Florida State, Noon, ESPNU
Eastern Illinois at Iowa, Noon, Big Ten Network
Youngstown State at Penn State, Noon, Big Ten Network
Illinois vs. Missouri at St. Louis, 12:30 p.m., FSN  Illinois vs Missouri TV Schedule
Colorado vs. Colorado State at Denver, 1 p.m., Mtn.  Colorado vs Colorado State TV Schedule
Purdue at Notre Dame, 3:30 p.m., NBC  Purdue vs Notre Dame TV Schedule
UCLA at Kansas State, 3:30 p.m., ABC  UCLA vs Kansas State TV Schedule
Kentucky at Louisville, 3:30 p.m., ABC  Kentucky vs Louisville TV Schedule
Connecticut at Michigan, 3:30 p.m., ABC or ESPN2  UConn vs Michigan TV Schedule
Texas at Rice, 3:30 p.m., ESPN  Texas vs Rice TV Schedule
Washington State at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m., FSN
Washington at BYU, 7 p.m., CBSC
Oregon State vs. TCU at Arlington, Texas, 7:45 p.m., ESPN  Oregon State vs TCU TV Schedule
North Carolina vs. LSU at Atlanta, 8 p.m., ABC  UNC vs LSU TV Schedule
Cincinnati at Fresno State, 10 p.m., ESPN2  Cincinnati vs Fresno State TV Schedule
Wisconsin at UNLV, 11 p.m., Versus  Wisconsin vs UNLV TV Schedule

Sunday, Sept. 5
Southern vs. Delaware State at Orlando, Fla., Noon, ESPN
Tulsa at East Carolina, 2 p.m., ESPN2
SMU at Texas Tech, 3:30 p.m., ESPN  SMU vs Texas Tech TV Schedule

Monday, Sept. 6
Navy vs. Maryland at Baltimore, 4 p.m., ESPN
Boise State vs. Virginia Tech at Landover, Md., 8 p.m., ESPN  Boise State vs Virginia Tech TV Schedule


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