Texas Longhorns football average ticket prices have seen slight changes from the 2014-2017 college football seasons. The lowest ticket average has been in 2014 with a price of $82, the following year there was a large increase of 46% with tickets hitting an average of $119 in 2015. The largest decrease in UT football sales came in 2016 with an 11% drop in the average ticket price, going from $119 to a ticket average of $106. The average ticket price for the Longhorns current 2017 football season has seen a slight decrease, dropping to an average of $96, which is a 9% decrease from the 2016 college football season.
(Data updated 9/19/2017)
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2018 Texas Longhorns Season Preview
The Texan Longhorns come into 2017 with seven starters returning on the offensive side of the ball. This is good, as the Horns will also be adding former Ohio State offensive coordinator, Tim Beck, who despite getting shutout by Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl last year, still brings a fine pedigree to the table. First challenge for Texas will to replace running back D’Onta Foreman, a 2,000-yard bruiser. Not so easy, granted, but Chris Warren is still in the mix alongside four starters returning to the offensive line. Quarterback Shane Buechele is slated to be the man in Austin, and with all of the Longhorn receiving weapons back again, the offense should improve. On the defensive end, if linebacker Malik Jefferson shows up ready to ball, he will set the tone for leading tackler Anthony Wheeler and sack-monster Breckyn Hager to perform. If they can the Texas Longhorns can beat USC on September 16th, watch out Oklahoma, the Longhorns might just be back. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Horns at DKR Stadium or supporting Texas on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Texas Longhorns tickets, including home and away games.
Texas Longhorns Football at DKR Memorial Stadium Address: 405 E 23rd St, Austin, Texas, 78712
The Longhorns play home games at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium which has a seating capacity of over 102,000. There's nothing quite like walking into DKR and seeing the sea of burnt orange and being there to hear the home fans scream out "TEXAS FIGHT!" 100,000 hands in the air doing in the Hook 'Em Horns sign is a one-of-a-kind thing in college football and Austin is one of the best college towns in the country. The Texas Lonhorns home bench is on the DKR Memorial Stadium sideline with sections 1-8. DKR Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in our Longhorns event guide.
One of the biggest games in all of college football, The Red River Showdown is played in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl between two of the most storied programs in history. The Longhorn and Sooner faithful are split right down the middle of the stadium as they are surrounded by the State Fair of Texas on all sides of the stadium. It’s a can’t-miss for fans of either team and it’s the most unique setting for a football game in the country.
This has been one of the most one-sided rivalries over the years (in Texas’s favor), but the game has been put on hold for a while after the Aggies moved to the SEC. The game has been played on Thanksgiving weekend, and beating the other team is a good gauge on whether or not you had a good season. The rivalry goes back far, as does the vitriol on and off the field.
This is a newer one, though they’ve played each other many times over the years. Texas Tech stung the Longhorns badly in the final seconds of the 2008 contest, ending their hopes for a national title berth. The Horns have mounted big comebacks over the years after falling behind early, making this yearly contest an exciting one.
Texas Longhorns in the CFP National Championship, Bowl Games and Big 12 Championship
The Texas Longhorns rank in the top 3 in NCAA All-Time Bowl appearances with more than 50. Without a doubt one of the most recognized college football programs in the nation, The Longhorns annually demonstrate their dominance in the Big 12 Conference, recording multiple Big 12 Championships since joining the league in 1996. They’ve also etched their name into the National Championship trophy with a claimed national titles in 1963, 1969, 1970, and 2005. The Texas Longhorns are always a threat to reach the College Football Playoff, and will look to bring a 5th National Championship home in 2018
2016 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
Charlie Strong’s 2nd full season as head coach of the 2015 Texas Longhorns football team ended with an overall record low 5-7 and was not eligible for a bowl invite. The 2016 season will be a must-win season for Strong as the pressure to bring the Longhorns back to a top college football team grows. Sterlin Gilbert has been brought in as the new offensive coordinator, bringing in an up-tempo strategy. Going into the 2016 season the quarterback position is up for grabs between players, Tyrone Swoopes, Jerrod Heard and Shane Buechele. There has been a lot of excitement built around freshman Buechele this spring, which has set him apart and earned him playing time in the fall. Even though Texas’ offense is young, they should be one of Strong’s best but it will be crucial for their forward passing to improve while maintaining their running game. The Texas Longhorn’s defense tackle is looking thin, resulting in new four-star recruits Jordan Elliot, Chris Daniels and Marcel Southall having to come in ready to play hard to stop the run. With all the young talent this year, the Longhorns have the opportunity to surprise fans by showcasing an improved offense and solid defense. All eyes will be on the first 5 games in the Texas Longhorns 2016 schedule to determine the success of the team and their place in the Big 12. Top games on the Horns schedule will be the season-opening home game against Notre Dame and on the road against the Oklahoma Sooners.
2015 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
The first season of Charlie Strong’s tenure as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns fell well short of expectations. The Longhorns failed to beat Oklahoma, and got crushed in their final two games against TCU and Arkansas to finish the year 6-7. The 2015 Texas Longhorns season will be a statement season that may come to define if Charlie Strong is able to turn around the Longhorns fortunes. The Texas defense, which was one of the best in the Big 12 in 2014, will be without longtime starters Quandre Diggs, Jordan Hicks, Cedric Reed, Steve Edmond, and standout defensive tackle Malcolm Brown. The 2015 Longhorns defense will be built on unproven freshmen and sophomores including highly anticipated freshman Malik Jefferson, with a few key seniors such as Duke Thomas. Charlie Strong’s defensive prowess will be put to the test, but if he can turn the ’15 Horns defense into a top half of the Big 12 unit, he will once again cement himself as one of the best defensive minds in college football. On the offensive side of the ball, the o-line should see significant improvement, but the Longhorns hopes will live and die by quarterback Tyrone Swoops. If Swoops can improve from 2014, Texas will be dangerous, if he doesn’t? The Longhorns will probably finish in the bottom half of the Big 12 once again. The Texas Longhorns will be tested early against Notre Dame in week 1, and will have the Red River Showdown on October 10th.
2014 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
The Longhorns are coming off a season where they beat their big rival by 30+, but got handled in the Alamo Bowl. It was a mixed bag, and when the dust settled at the end of the season, Mack Brown had been asked to step down as head coach. In his place now sits Charlie Strong, who led Louisville to an Orange Bowl win only two years ago. Strong has cleaned house of a bunch of players that didn’t fit his mold of a football player, so we’ll see a completely new Texas team this fall. The Longhorns didn’t lose too many of their top guys to graduation, but they did say bye to Jackson Jeffcoat, Case McCoy and Mike Davis. Malcolm Brown and Jonathan Grey will likely be the focal point of the offense, which will be presumably led by David Ash once again. Texas found its defense halfway through the season, and if they can both run the ball and have that top defense once again, they could be players in the Big 12. The Horns kick off the season at DKR on Aug. 30 with a game against the North Texas Mean Green, and host BYU the next week. Key games in the season include a neutral-site contest with UCLA, the big rivalry game against Oklahoma in Dallas, and games against Baylor on Oct. 4 and Oklahoma State on Nov. 15.
2011 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
In Texas, football is not taken lightly, and the Longhorns finishing 5-7 in 2010 was just not acceptable. Other than Mack Brown coming back for his fourteenth go-around in Austin, the team is looking completely different, with six new coaches and an offense looking for a major overhaul.
Last year's starting quarterback, junior Garrett Gilbert, has felt the wrath of a sub-.500 season, as his name is not atop the depth chart. He is in a battle for his job against sophomore Case McCoy, redshirt freshman Connor Wood and true freshman David Ash. Behind whoever ends up QB will be a mix of last year's leading rusher, senior Cody Johnson, and senior Fozzy Whittaker, who will look to stay healthy and earn the main job.
Defensively, the biggest offseason news is the addition of coordinator Manny Diaz. He will be looking to shore up a D that had dropped from first to 44th in the nation last year. Senior defensive tackle and honorable mention All-Big 12 selection Kheeston Randall will be looking to help Diaz tackle the task, along with senior linebacker and second-team All-Big 12 selection Emmanuel Acho. However a team who had three of its playmaking cornerback leave for the NFL will have its challenges. If freshman Quandre Diggs, who was the top high school corner coming out in 2010, makes the impact he's expected to, Longhorn fans should expect a quick return to the top in 2011.
2010 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
Texas' sophomore quarterback Garrett Gilbert had to grow up quickly last season when he was thrown into the BCS Championship game after four-year starter Colt McCoy left the game after just five plays. With Gilbert at the helm full-time after McCoy's graduation, the Longhorns may experience some transitional bumps this season.
With McCoy as quarterback, offensive coordinator Greg Davis employed a pass-first offense. While Gilbert certainly has a strong arm, the graduation of wide receiver Jordan Shipley has caused Davis to plan on using a more run-oriented attack this year. The Longhorns averaged a pedestrian 4.0 yards per carry in 2009, but sophomore running back Tre' Newton has the talent to greatly raise that figure.
Texas ranked third in the nation last year in total defense, and first against the run. Although the squad lost five starters from last year, there are plenty of talented replacements, like defensive tackle Kheeston Randall and linebacker Keenan Robinson.
The expectations are always high in Austin, and they might fall a little short this year. McCoy was an important member of the team for many years and will be sorely missed. Texas will still be among the best teams in the conference, but a national title might be a bit of a long shot.
2009 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
The 2009 Texas Longhorns should be one of the top teams in college football. Head Coach Mack Brown's Longhorns return a talented lineup that is led by Heisman trophy runner up, Colt McCoy. Joining McCoy on an explosive offense is 6th-year wide receiver Jordan Shipley, game breaking wide receiver Malcolm Williams and emerging stable of talented running backs. Expect Colt to put up big numbers on offense again this season, which should translate into wins for the Horns.
The two biggest impacts on Texas defense should be the return of Defensive Coordinator Will Muschamp and his star linebacker/defensive end Sergio Kindle. In 2008 Muschamp took a talented group of players and transformed them into one of the most aggressive defenses in college football. If Muschamp's youthful secondary and Kindle play up to their potential, then Texas will be giving opponents nightmares all season long. The Horns have their sights set on a return trip to the Rose Bowl for the BCS Championship Game, and they are one of the favorites to get there.
2008 Texas Longhorns Football Preview
The 2008 Texas Longhorns are ready to fight back up the ranks this season, coming off of a 10-3 record from last year. Coach Mack Brown and the Horns will be missing a few key players this year, notably: Jamaal Charles, Limas Sweed and Jermichael Finley, who largely contributed to the offensive success of the Longhorns last season. With Colt McCoy returning as a junior this season, the Horns can look to the now experienced QB for some crucial tosses in 2008.
The Longhorns will have to best Oklahoma to rout it out in the Big 12 this season. The key for Texas will be whether or not they can bring back their defense. In 2007, Texas sported the seventh worst defense in school history - a figure that will not support a winning streak for the Horns this year, especially as several key offensive players have graduated or moved on to the NFL. Texas is geared-up to go eight straight seasons of 10 wins or more, all you have to do is make it to the game and get your Horns up!
Texas Longhorns News - 7/31/2017
The Texas Longhorns have picked up some top commitments as they head into the start of the 2017-2018 college football season. Al’vonte Woodward comes from Houston as a new receiver and Jalen Green also joins the team as a defensive back.
Texas Longhorns News - 2/28/2017
The Texas Longhorns 2017 season opening game will be played at the DKR Memorial Stadium on September 2nd as they host the Maryland Terrapins. Tickets for Longhorns vs Terrapins has an average price for the upcoming game of $107. The Longhorns football team will return with starting QB Shane Buechele but will also start the season with recruit Same Ehlinger who has a stronger running game than Buechele.
Texas Longhorns News - 1/25/2017
The Texas Longhorns football team ended their 2016 season with 5 wins and 7 losses and sixth in the Big 12 standings. The biggest game for the Horns was the season opening game when they beat Notre Dame with a final score of 50-47. There was not a bowl game for UT this season but with a new season coming up there are a lot of changes with new head coach Tom Herman.
Texas Club 28C & 29C
The absolute best seats at DKR, are in the Texas Club, sections 28C & 29C. Straddling the 50 Yard Line, these comfortable chairback seats have the best views of any club seat and get you access to the Texas Club Hospitality Area. This hospitality area is air-conditioned, has an all-you-can-eat buffet and a full bar. The unbelievable views, comfortable chairs, and club access, make Texas Club 28 & 29C the best seats in the house.
Lower 4 & 5
Fans more interested in view than comfort should check out sections Lower 4 & 5. Located directly behind the Texas bench, these sections are equipped with metal chairbacks starting in Row 6, and are often shaded for the 2nd half of day games. If rain is on the forecast, sitting in Rows 53-78 will put you under the cover of the overhang, and help you stay dry. Tickets in Lower 4 & 5 are some of our most popular.
Lower 16 & 17
One of the best values at DKR is the North End Zone where we recommend Lower 16 & 17. These seats are typically 75% cheaper than premium lower level seats, and provide a unique experience. The UT Band enters the field through a tunnel under Section 16 and sits close by, making the atmosphere in these sections loud and exciting for UT fans. After a Texas win, the team runs to this corner to sing the Eyes of Texas. Experiencing this up close is unforgettable.