During a tremendously stacked weekend in which the Texas Longhorns hosted upwards of 90 prospects for junior days, four-star Ridge Point tight end Mustapha Muhammad was among the very best in attendance. A key target at a key position, the Houston-area prospect was a surprise visitor, and a significant one as Tom Herman was able to get Muhammad on campus for the first time during his tenure. The visit came after Muhammad unofficially visited Oklahoma State earlier this month and Clemson in late January. “I enjoyed myself at all 3 schools,” Muhammad told Burnt Orange Nation. “They were all really good visits that I don't regret taking.” While on the Forty Acres, Muhammad said he was able to talk
There may not be a tougher industry to succeed in than coaching football at the sport’s highest levels. For those who are lucky enough to land a high-profile job in the business, the pressure to win is so intense that coaches in the National Football League and in big-time college football are regularly fired after only one or two years on the job. Needless to say, it’s very rare to see multiple members of different generation from the same family achieve greatness as football coaches.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — There was a time when Tim Tebow could really hit — and not just on the football field. Back in 2005, when he was a junior outfielder here at Nease High School, just north of St. Augustine, the hulking Tebow came to the plate in the District 7-4A championship game to lead off seventh inning against archrival St. Augustine in the Nation’s Oldest City. Nease trailed, 2-1. Tebow had scored the Panthers’ first run in the second. On the mound stood sophomore right-hander Brian Beach, who was 6-0 and pitching a terrific game. The count moved to 1-1. Tebow was looking for a curveball to drive. Beach picks up the story. “He was a tough out for sure,” Beach told The Post. “A left-handed