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Where Texas’ Recruiting Class Is Ranked After Today’s Signings

A Texas Longhorns football helmet sitting on the field.BOULDER, CO – OCTOBER 04: A helmet of the Texas Longhorns lies on the field as the team warms up prior to facing the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field on October 4, 2008 in Boulder, Colorado. Texas defeated Colorado 38-14. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)After the Texas Longhorns play Georgia in the Sugar Bowl, they will have plenty of time to reset and reload for the 2019 season. After today’s start to the early signing period, it looks like they’ll be in great shape to do so.The Longhorns now have the No. 9 ranked recruiting class in the country.Texas still trails Big 12 rival Oklahoma, who finished just ahead at No. 8.The Longhorns’ recruiting class includes 22 commits: 13 4-star prospects and nine 3-star prospects.Headlining Texas’ class are three Top-100 prospects: OT Tyler Johnson, the No. 37 ranked prospect in the country; WR Jordan Whittington, the No. 53 ranked prospect in the country; and, De’Gabriel Floyd, the No. 64 ranked prospect in the country.Fam ✊? pic.twitter.com/tS0nTRvf1Z— Tyler Johnson (@TylerJohnson_74) December 19, 2018STARGAZING. ? @J_Whitt3#fUTure19 #ThisIsTexas #HookEm pic.twitter.com/EBP5SlJ9uG— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) December 19, 2018Welcome to the family De’Gabriel Floyd. ?#fUTure19 #ThisIsTexas #HookEm pic.twitter.com/OcnXlxxljw— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) December 19, 2018Unfortunately, the ranking is not an improvement from last year, when the team had the No. 3 ranked class in the country and the No. 1 ranked class in the Big 12.The Longhorns are the only team in the top-10 unable to secure a five-star recruit by today’s start to the early signing period. read more

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US stock market ends the day lower led by utility stocks

US stock market ends the day lower, led by utility stocks by The Associated Press Posted Mar 24, 2015 2:21 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – U.S. stocks ended lower for a second straight day, dragged down by utility companies.Losses were broad but moderate. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 104 points, or 0.6 per cent, to close at 18,011 on Tuesday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index dipped 12 points, also 0.6 per cent, to 2,091. All 10 industries that make up the index fell, with utilities down the most. The Nasdaq lost 16 points, or 0.3 per cent, to 4,994.Crude oil rose 6 cents to $47.51 a barrel in New York as traders anticipated the release of weekly supply information.Government bond prices rose. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note, which moves in the opposite direction from the price, fell to 1.87 per cent from 1.91 per cent late Monday. read more

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