Kindle to return to Texas in '09 Print
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Monday, 12 January 2009 12:08
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 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -Texas linebacker Sergio Kindle says he will return to the Longhorns for his senior season in 2009.
Kindle, who struggled with injuries as a freshman and sophomore, thrived under first-year defensive coordinator Will Muschamp, recording 10 sacks, many of them coming when he was lined as a pass rusher opposite All-America defensive end Brian Orakpo.
He had been considering entering the NFL draft after Texas went 12-1 and finished the season ranked No. 4, their best finish since winning the 2005 national championship.
Also announcing they would return next season were junior linebacker Rodderick Muckelroy and junior defensive tackle Lamarr Houston.
h the decision they feel is right for them.''
 

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