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Daily Round Up: It Is Getting Hot In Texas

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This is a big weekend for recruiting.

The good news from the 2015 season? The freshmen football players could mean big things for the future.

The football program is worth around 900 million, but we're not number one.

Vote for Shaka Smart in the Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge and help win $100,000.00 for the Neighborhood Longhorns Program.

Joe Wickline may finally end up as an offensive coordinator.

It is getting very hot in Texas. 2015 2016 will be a make-or-break year for Kevin Sumlin and Charlie Strong.

What is a Sugar Baby? I'm not sure what to even say about this UT ranking.

The College Football Playoff needs to move to broadcast television.

The first time around worked out so well that the NFL is making another push for Nick Saban. Saban claims he is not interested, but he did promise not to leave the Dolphins for Alabama and we all know how that worked out.

The college football season just ended and what do we need to do? Look ahead to 2016!

The NFL's Rooney Rule doesn't apply to coordinators or position coaches and that's a problem.

The NCAA is closing camp loopholes so Jim Harbaugh doesn't camp out in your state and steal recruits.

There doesn't seem to be much NFL interest in Johnny Manziel if things don't work out in Cleveland.