Little changes for OU after UT junior day 

February, 13, 2012
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Maybe the expectations were simply too high when it came to Texas’ first junior day. The Longhorns, who have had a track record of rounding up one top commit after another on the day, didn’t get a verbal commitment on Sunday. And Oklahoma fans are clearly excited about not losing out in any head-to-head battles at this point.

The key word there might also be Sunday, though. The same type of attitude the Oklahoma coaches used with top recruits last weekend seemed to be in full effect in Austin, Texas, this weekend. The trend right now is not to rush the prospects into making a split-second decision.

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Tom Hauck for ESPN.comDefensive tackle prospect Justin Manning received a Texas offer on Sunday but did not commit.
And because of that mentality, Texas still just has one commit in offensive tackle Jake Raulerson (Celina, Texas/Celina), while the Sooners are still looking at a goose egg in the commitment department.
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