Texas Ultimate was born back in 1978 and rose to a finals finish in '88 and semi-finals finish in '89 under the leadership and big throws of G.C. and huge grabs by Bagger. Texas continued to compete at Nationals through the early 90's under strong teams lead by Homey and Chris Stone.
Unfortunately, Texas went missing throughout the mid to late 90's. The new millennium brought a new team name, SLUT, and the renewed goal to compete at Nationals again under the guidance of Skippy, Scotty B, and Bchill. In 2001, the program was expanded when UT established their first ever B-Team, Virgins. The new team focus was to grow stronger by bringing in new talent and developing returning players. After UT Rec Sports threatened to cut team funds if the name wasn't changed, the team agreed on TUFF (Texas Ultimate Frisbee Friends) just before the 2002 spring season. Focused training earned TUFF their bid to Nationals after a Regionals Championship in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Since then, TUFF has become one of the premier teams in the country and consistently is ranked as one of the top 10 schools in the country. Almost every year, TUFF travels to the USAU D-I College Championships to compete for the National title against other colleges from across the US. In addition, Graze is traditionally known as one of the best B-Teams in the country and regularly competes against the A-Teams of other schools. Graze has also qualified for the South Central Regionals tournament 4 out of the past 6 years (a very unlikely accomplishment for a B-Team).