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Daily Round Up: Tom Herman Does Not Have Expectations

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Absolutely none whatsoever.

NCAA Football: Texas Spring Game John Gutierrez-USA TODAY Sports

Shane Buechele is the man.

The sophomore showed flashes of the potential he had early last season with deeps balls, sustained drives and even the ability to run. He was running against the second team, but Buechele was much accurate, fitting several throws into tight window, especially in the first half.

Inside Texas has notes on the spring game. One of the biggest takeaways was that Sam Ehlinger was in a good position to succeed with the second team offensive line.

Tom Herman doesn’t have any expectations for next season.

So asked for his expectations for next season, Herman pooh-poohed such a line of questioning as from “a sports journalism manual,” which is absolutely correct. Think it’s at the bottom of Page 2, but it’s in there.

Finally, Herman relented and offered, “It sounds like coachspeak, but I don’t have any.”

Texas players sense a shift in the program.

“He's obviously bringing the change to the program," said sophomore running back Kyle Porter.

"Coach Herman has a plan for everything," added junior defensive back P.J. Locke. "He rarely makes a mistake, it's crazy. That mentality he's showing us is rubbing off on us. We're taking his identity and making it our own.

The alumni need to step up and help turn the program around.

The baseball team picked up a win in the final game in the series with Baylor.

Here’s an explanation of the NCAA’s six new rules.

There is plenty of money in college football, just not for the players.

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino would not allow his spring game to taped, so a local station provided diagrams.

San Jose State’s running back coach is a former backup dancer to MC Hammer.