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The QB Question

Daily Round Up: November 1, 2017

NCAA Football: Texas at Baylor Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Who will start at QB against TCU?

Now, Texas finds itself in a similar position, having to pick a starter with Saturday quickly approaching. But Herman said this isn’t all bad.

“I think one of — probably the only — silver lining to having those guys banged up and both of them having played very well at times is that we don’t have to name a starting quarterback,” Herman said. “By Wednesday or Thursday we probably should know internally, but that’s for them to figure out.”

Will the Horned Frogs embarrass Texas once again?

The Horned Frogs, especially, have been rough on the Longhorns in recent years. TCU has won the past three against Texas by a combined score of 129-26. It has been ugly for the Horns.

We would prefer they do not find it this weekend. TCU is searching for their offense.

It’s Bedlam this Saturday.

The Cowboys have been here before. Only to leave their fans with broken Bedlam hearts in the wake of a bad bounce, a dropped pass, a missed field goal.

"We feel cursed," Susan Daubeneck said while eating a salad from the bar at Eskimo Joe's. "You want to cry sometimes."

November is the best time in college football.

No one trusts the NCAA.

The general public doesn’t trust the NCAA ... according to the president of the NCAA. Mark Emmert spoke on reform in college basketball on Monday and offered a damning personal assessment of his organization’s ability to do its job.

Kevin Sumlin could end up in Arkansas.