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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Big 12 admits officials made a clock error during Red River Showdown

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Plus: Texas volleyball’s Logan Eggleston continues to slay

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247Sports reports that Big 12 officials are owning up to a clock error they made during last weekend’s showdown between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners, in which they allowed for Texas to have an 39 seconds on the clock during the fourth quarter.

From 247Sports: “With 6:07 to play, Sam Ehlinger took a shotgun snap on 3rd and 4 and went out of bounds just short of the first-down, leaving 5:57 left on the game clock. Ehlinger prepared to snap the ball on 4th and 1 with 5:50 remaining, but officials then blew the play dead, asking for the clock operator to set the clock to have 6:36 left in the game.”

Whoops.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Longhorn Confidential: Wednesday, Oct. 14

Dallas Morning News: College football picks (Week 7): Predictions for SMU-Tulane, Texas A&M-Mississippi St. and key national matchups

247Sports: The Flagship: Time for some hard truths about Texas football

247Sports: Bye week injury report for Texas includes three defensive backs

247Sports: Morning Brew: Herman ready to punish foolish penalties

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

The Longhorn Republic laments another winnable loss against Oklahoma

Around the Horn: Big 12 Power Rankings Week 6

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Choosing football, not basketball, paying off for Texas commit Jaylon Guilbeau

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: In-person scouting reports on four Texas football commits

247Sports: Texas commit Jaylon Guilbeau talks commitment status, season

247Sports: Evan Stewart building relationships with Texas staff and commits

247Sports: Performers of the week: Which commits and targets stood out?

247Sports: Four-star WR Armani Winfield talks recruitment, development

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Viva the Matadors: How Texas Tech can save this season

Frogs O’ War: TCU Football WR Al’Dontre Davis has entered the transfer portal

Cowboys Ride for Free: No. 7 Oklahoma State tried to pick up opponent after Baylor postponement

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia football quarter season retrospective - the good, the bad and the ugly

Wide Right and Natty Lite: Three things we learned: Texas Tech

WHAT WE’RE READING

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SBNation: Derrick Henry is a throwback to when running backs were as important as QBs

SBNation: 6 teams that should think about signing Le’Veon Bell

NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND

  • Texas junior volleyball star Logan Eggleston is on fire this season.
  • The Kansas State Wildcats’ All-American kick returner Josh Youngblood has entered the NCAA transfer portal, 247Sports reports. From 247Sports: “Youngblood comes off a season where he was named a First Team All-American kick returner, First Team All-Big 12 returner and the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year among many other honors. The 5-foot-10, 181-pound Youngblood comes off a record-setting campaign, as he averaged 35.9 yards per kickoff and became the first true freshman in history to be named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year while amassing a nation-leading three kickoff-return touchdowns. He was the first FBS true freshman to return three kickoffs for a score in a decade.”