The Texas roster got a little thinner when offensive lineman-turned-tight end Josh Cochran decided to call it a career due to chronic shoulder issues, the Longhorn revealed on Twitter recently.
The junior played in 30 games for Texas in the last three seasons.
He started the first three games this season at right tackle before the shoulder injury got worse. He then sat out the next seven games and lost so much weight that he was moved to tight end. He also started some games at left tackle earlier in his career.
Texas will open 2014 with just one offensive line starter from the 2013 season opener.