The next chapter in the Manning dynasty has arrived.
2023 quarterback Arch Manning made his national TV debut on ESPN last night, leading New Orleans’ Isidore Newman School to a 55-22 win over KIPP Booker T. Washington.
From SBNation: “Manning passed for 463 yards and six touchdowns in the first two games to start his sophomore season. He still had to prove himself against KIPP Booker T. Washington after throwing four interceptions against the school as a freshman. Manning didn’t play a perfect game against Washington as a sophomore on Thursday, but he had several flashes of brilliance that will only get more people excited about the type of quarterback he could one day become.” Here’s at least one sample below:
Arch Manning, nephew of Peyton and Eli, is 6/6 in passing so far tonight ♨️ pic.twitter.com/uMaxnpVajf— ESPN (@espn) October 16, 2020
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
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ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
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Burnt Orange Nation: Texas offers 2023 4-star ATH Jaxon Howard
247Sports: Texas commit Jordon Thomas still ‘Texas for life’
247Sports: Jamarion Miller having big junior season as Texas shows interest
247Sports: WATCH: Senior film shows Jonathon Brooks off to a strong start
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
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The Smoking Musket: West Virginia Thread Alert: The best damn uniforms. Period
Rock Chalk Talk: West Virginia preview
WHAT WE’RE READING
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NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND
- Head coaches across college football are testing positive for COVID-19. Recently, the Alabama Crimson Tide’s Nick Saban, who requires no further introduction. Now, Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks head football coach Colby Carthel tested positive, 247Sports reports.
There’s a 99.96% survival rate, so I like my odds... #CovidPositive #FeelingFine pic.twitter.com/jOifvENqjm— Colby Carthel (@CoachCarthel) October 15, 2020
- TCU wide receiver Dylan Thomas has entered the NCAA transfer portal, The Athletic reports.
TCU WR Al'Dontre Davis has entered the NCAA transfer portal. Davis caught 7 passes in 3 season with the Horned Frogs.— Max Olson (@max_olson) October 14, 2020