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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Baylor RBs Trestan Ebner, John Lovett will not opt out for 2020

Plus: Texas basketball releases their schedules

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

Baylor Bears running backs Testan Ebner and John Lovett will not opt out for the remainder of the 2020 college football season, despite a previous report from SicEm365 that claimed so.

From Our Daily Bears: “Yesterday SicEm365 and Baylor Rivals reported that John Lovett and Trestan Ebner were opting out for the remainder of the season. Both of those sites do really good work and felt confident enough to report that. But Dave Aranda said today that both Lovett and Ebner remain on the team and are not opting out.”


Austin American-Statesman: Tom Herman: Rainy days and Mondays don’t get Texas’ coach down, especially after a win

Austin American-Statesman: Viewed now as a ‘coincidence,’ Derek Kerstetter’s penalties could become a concern at Texas

Austin American-Statesman: With no ‘bell cow’ among the top three, Texas will keep rotating running backs

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: OSU’s got the names on offense and lots of game on defense waiting for Texas

Austin American-Statesman: Longhorn Confidential: What stands out to Tom Herman about Oklahoma State?

Dallas Morning News: Tom Herman knows Sam Ehlinger, Longhorns have tall task ahead vs. experienced Oklahoma State

Dallas Morning News: Tom Herman not worried about Longhorns’ lack of lead running back

247Sports: Morning Brew: UT’s last ‘A’ game was last year’s Alamo Bowl


The Longhorn Republic breaks down the win over Baylor

WATCH: Tom Herman addresses the media ahead of Oklahoma State

Big 12 releases Texas men’s conference basketball schedule

Texas Jack Joseph Ossai expected to play through shoulder injury

Longhorns in the NFL: Week 7 — Ford, Jefferson each force fumbles


Burnt Orange Nation: Texas offers Vanderbilt WR commit Jack Bech

Burnt Orange Nation: Texas offers 2023 DE Dylan Spencer

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Texas commit Morice Blackwell provides versatility, production for Arlington Martin

247Sports: Mike at Night: How do the Longhorns fill out the 2021 WR class?

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

247Sports: Terrence Cooks talks finalists ahead of November decision

247Sports: Charles Wright to enroll early and compete for playing time


Our Daily Bears: You’re not crazy or a bad fan for wanting a Baylor QB change

Our Daily Bears: Baylor football advanced stats roundup

Our Daily Bears: Baylor basketball release 2020-2021 schedule; 25% capacity for fans at home games

Frogs O’ War: Quick Look: Baylor Bears

Cowboys Ride For Free: Oklahoma State athletics reports zero active COVID-19 cases for 2nd straight week

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Can Iowa State overcome years of failure and finally breakthrough in 2020?

The Smoking Musket: Neal Brown says WVU must finish better vs Kansas State

The Smoking Musket: What I think after ‘dropping’ one in Lubbock


Banner Society: Is college football play sloppier this year?

SBNation: Todd Gurley explains accidental TD that led to Lions win: ‘I was mad as hell’

SBNation: REPORT: Backup QB Chase Wolf has also tested positive for COVID-19 per source


  • We officially have Texas women’s basketball’s 2020-2021 schedule, and as the Austin American-Statesman notes, there are expected to be a few doozy of opponents this season, including the Tennessee Volunteers and the Baylor Bears. From the Statesman: “Texas and Baylor will meet in Waco on Valentine’s Day. The Lady Bears will then be UT’s guest for the final game of the regular season on March 1. Baylor and Texas were ranked first and second in the Big 12’s preseason poll last week.” Texas is No. 2 in the Big 12 preseason poll.
  • Texas men’s basketball released their schedule, too.