The 2022 college football season hasn’t even started and the Texas Longhorns are already suffering big losses to the team.
The Longhorns suffered two major losses to their offense with transfer wide receiver Isaiah Neyor, and offensive guard Junior Angilau set to miss the entire 2022 season with injuries, sources have confirmed to LonghornsCountry.com.
“Multiple sources are reporting to Orangebloods that junior wide receiver Isaiah Neyor and senior offensive lineman Junior Angilau both suffered season-ending knee injuries on Saturday,” he reports.
The pair were both set to be starters in the Longhorns’ new-look offense, with Neyor projected to start opposite of star wideout Xavier Worthy, while Angilau was set to start at left guard.
Neyor was entering his first season with the Longhorns following his transfer from Wyoming, while the senior Angilau was entering what was likely his final season with Texas.
This is such a huge blow to the team.