Texas Longhorns’ B.J. Foster Abruptly Quits Team In 3rd QTR of Dominant 59-3 Victory (VIDEO)
On Saturday night, the Texas Longhorns rolled to victory with a dominant 59-3 victory over UTEP in the season-opener.
Not everybody stayed to see that victory out as a new report revealed one of the team’s players “quit” during the third quarter of the contest.
Texas insider Anwar Richardson reported star safety B.J. Foster quit the team in the third quarter and it remains unclear if he will return.
“Texas junior safety B.J. Foster quit the team during the third quarter of Saturday’s victory against UTEP,” Richardson reported. “It remains unclear if Foster will have an opportunity to play for Texas again even if he has second thoughts.”
“Foster was apparently upset about his lack of playing time against UTEP,” Richardson said about the developing situation.
Foster didn’t rack up a single stat against UTEP.
Foster was one of the top recruits from the 2018 class. A five-star recruit, he was the No. 2 player from the state of Texas, No. 3 safety and the No. 24 overall recruit from the class.