By now, you probably have heard about the Texas Longhorn football team’s plans to move to Austin, Texas.

The university was built in 1950 as the University of Texas.

But when Texas was first founded in 1868, it was known as the “University of the South.”

The new name was meant to honor the fact that Texas was a slaveholding state.

The original name was the “Slavery State” and the state was founded as a “slave state.”

But in the 1960s, the University was moved to Austin in an effort to create a more inclusive campus.

In 1971, the new name changed to the “Austin State” because Texas was the first state to recognize same-sex marriage.

Texas now has a population of roughly 25,000 and has been ranked in the top five universities in the country by U.S. News and World Report.

The state’s population has risen nearly 10 percent in the last decade, according to the Texas Tribune.

But the Longhorns still have many problems.

The new team has struggled to find a stadium and have only one full-time basketball coach.

The team has been criticized for a lack of diversity and the team has not played in the Big 12 for more than a decade.