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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas WR Jordan Whittington is back at practice, coach says

Plus: Ashley Shook plans to leave Texas volleyball

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After suffering a minor knee injury, Texas Longhorns redshirt freshman receiver Jordan Whittington is back at practice, head coach Tom Herman told beat reporters yesterday.

Jordan Whittington did practice [Sunday], and it went well,” Herman said at a conference on Monday, according to 247Sports. “We expect him to practice this Tuesday, and if he makes it through practice this week, he should be available to us for the game on Saturday.”


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  • Texas volleyball senior Ashley Shook is planning to enter the graduate transfer portal once she finishes this season with the Longhorns, the Austin American-Statesman reports. From the Statesman: “Shook is in line to graduate this semester with a degree in Human Dimensions of Organization and a minor in business. She would then look to be a graduate transfer at another school that offers indoor and sand volleyball. When she signed with Texas, Shook was regarded as the sixth-best prospect in the 2017 recruiting cycle. Shook was installed as a starter once she got to campus, and she averaged 10.8 assists per game as a freshman. That fall, she was named the Big 12’s freshman of the week on three separate occasions. But during that 2017 season, a UT team that had championship aspirations underachieved and was bounced in the postseason’s fourth round.”
  • USA Today reports that athletics departments like at Texas plan to reimburse coaches who are taking voluntary pay cuts this year. From USA Today: “Dozens of other public schools have negotiated pay reductions with their coaches as they attempt to work through financial problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most have put those terms in writing. Among the documents reviewed by USA Today Sports up to now, Texas’ are the first to provide for the repayment of reductions.”