Napoli drives in five (0:21)
Odor leads the Rangers' surge (0:38)
Smith clears the bases on RBI double and throwing error (0:42)
Hollard writes "Thank You" at the mound in return to Texas (0:15)

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No surprise, but Texas coach Tom Herman said that while he hasn't yet named a starting QB, "if we had a game tomorrow, Shane Buechele would start." Longhorns face Maryland on Sept. 2.

Texas looking to revive offense in Herman's first year (1:35)
Delmonico leads way with two homers (1:00)
College football coaches do Coach O impressions (0:57)

Manning visits the Forty Acres

College Football Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning stopped by the Texas Longhorns' practice on Thursday. Manning met with head coach Tom Herman and spoke to the players about their concussion-monitoring helmets.

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Texas loves the long ball

Aaron Judge may have smacked a 457-foot moon shot, but two of the five longest home runs hit on Wednesday came off the bat of Carlos Beltran and Adrian Beltre, who both play for Texas teams.