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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas players stayed on the field for ‘The Eyes of Texas’ singing

Plus: A slight Texas football schedule change

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 24 Baylor at Texas Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Texas Longhorns players stayed on the field during the singing of “The Eyes of Texas.”

The Dallas Morning News was there. From the Morning News: “While some sang with the crowd, others stayed quiet. Some put up the traditional “Hook’em Horns” hand sign, while others in the back kept their arms down. Regardless of who sang or just stood around after Texas beat Baylor 27-16 on Saturday, Texas school officials got exactly what they wanted: The Longhorns stood on the field together and it appeared nobody left in protest.”


Austin American-Statesman: Longhorn Confidential: Did beating Baylor gives Texas a confidence boost?

Austin American-Statesman: With tougher games ahead, Texas must determine what kind of team it wants to be

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Texas throttles Baylor, eyes its final chance in Stillwater

Austin American-Statesman: Texas report card: How those Horns’ two-week fixes translated into on-field grades

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Finally, some defense from the Horns in Texas’ win over Baylor

Austin American-Statesman: Texas-Baylor notebook: His fumbles behind him, Keaontay Ingram earns a noteworthy workload

Austin American-Statesman: Texas 27, Baylor 16: Our five questions for the Longhorns — answered

Dallas Morning News: Longhorns can salvage their season vs. Oklahoma State, but it may be their final chance

Dallas Morning News: Put away the pitchforks: Longhorns snap losing streak, but know their mistakes won’t go over well in Stillwater

Dallas Morning News: Texas quotable: Tom Herman challenged the offense during bye week to improve run game

Dallas Morning News: National reaction: Longhorns can’t make things easy, but come away with big win vs. Baylor

Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from Longhorns’ win over Baylor: Texas dominates in the trenches to end losing streak

247Sports: Can Texas dress up as title contender for Halloween at OSU?

247Sports: Texas-Baylor Grades: Far from perfect, but offense got it done

247Sports: Morning Brew: Injury update on Ehlinger, Ossai, Johnson, Foster

247Sports: Everything Tom Herman said after a Texas win over Baylor


Texas vs. Baylor: Game thread

Texas overcomes slow start, tops Baylor, 27-16: Post-game celebration thread

Live Reaction: Texas holds off Baylor

Post-game thoughts — Texas 27, Baylor 16

Texas stymies Baylor in much-needed 27-16 win

ESPN’s FPI has Texas finishing season on a high note

Inside the Numbers: Texas seemingly fixed the fixables against Baylor

Texas Jack Byron Vaughns enters NCAA transfer portal


Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Five-star quarterback Quinn Ewers ‘100%’ committed to Texas

247Sports: The Stampede: Narrowing the focus on two big Texas targets

247Sports: Quinn Ewers opens up on recruitment, junior season development

247Sports: Recruits react to UT’s double-digit win over Baylor

Crimson and Cream Machine: 2022 WR Talyn Shettron commits to Oklahoma


Our Daily Bears: Dave Aranda says John Lovett and Trestan Ebner have NOT opted out

Our Daily Bears: Dave Aranda needs to and can meet this moment for Baylor football

Viva the Matadors: Four down territory: West Virginia and the season’s turning point

Frogs O’ War: MMQB: Same old song and dance

Frogs O’ War: What now?

Frogs O’ War: TCU freshman QB Eli Williams enters the transfer portal

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Sooners Football: Defense dominates in 33-14 win over TCU

Crimson and Cream Machine: Kickoff time and TV announced for Oklahoma-Kansas game

Cowboys Ride For Free: No. 6 Oklahoma State fends off No. 17 Iowa State, 24-21

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Cyclones stumble in Stillwater, 24-21

The Smoking Musket: RECAP: West Virginia fumbles game away late, drops one to Texas Tech in Lubbock

Bring On the Cats: Chris Klieman proved he can be NASTY to the Jayhawks, and that’s exactly what Kansas State fans want

Rock Chalk Talk: A mostly non-statistical recap of K-State


Banner Society: Every Batman villain is either a Michigan or an Ohio State

SBNation: 5 winners and 3 losers from Week 7 in the NFL

SBNation: Clayton Kershaw has his October to remember


  • The Texas and West Virginia Mountaineers game time has been moved to a six-day window. From 247Sports: “Texas knows it will return to Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium to play a football game on Nov. 7 when West Virginia comes to town. What head coach Tom Herman and the Longhorns don’t know is what time that game will be played with the Big 12 Conference announcing Monday that the league’s television partners are exercising the six-day selection window. [The] game will be played at either 11 a.m. on ABC or 3 p.m. on FOX.”
  • Southlake Carroll High School junior quarterback Quinn Ewers is something, y’all.