Today's Morning Brew @Horns247: Don't look now, but #Texas' Chris Brown is currently Pro Football Focus' third-rated safety in FBS ... and ... How bad is #Kansas? ... Really bad.https://t.co/AscMWsDr9s.— Chip Brown (@ChipBrown247) November 11, 2020
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Greg Brown’s welcome to Texas has been a hair-raising experience for Shaka Smart
Austin American-Statesman: Longhorn Confidential: Playing through pain
Dallas Morning News: Texas’ Keondre Coburn could return for game vs. Kansas
247Sports: Is Texas poised for late-season Big 12 title run?
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
Burnt Orange Nation: Texas offers 2022 4-star DE Tyson Ford
Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Texas target Terrence Cooks approaching decision; 2022 linebacker offers
247Sports: Texas offer ranks high for New Orleans DL Barryn Sorrell
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: Baylor-Texas Tech game may mean more than you think
Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech Roundtable: turning around a difficult season
Frogs O’ War: Midweek Musing: Gary Patterson’s 200th win is a testament to his tenure at TCU
Crimson and Cream Machine: Bedlam set for prime time on ABC
The Smoking Musket: Thinking Out Loud: Can WVU afford a loss to TCU?
Rock Chalk Talk: A (semi) statistical recap of Oklahoma
Bring On The Cats: Bad news week continues
WHAT WE’RE READING
Banner Society: Revisiting the idea of Phil Fulmer, interim Tennessee head coach
SB Nation: There is no relationship in the NFL like that between quarterback and center
NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND
- Texas junior middle blocker Brionne Butler was named the Big 12’s defensive player of the week.
7⃣ # :— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) November 10, 2020
Pressley: put down 61 kills in two matches at No. 1 Texas while accounting for 65 total points
Butler: finished with 17 blocks and 21 kills and hit a team-high .419
Nembhard: paced the Wildcats offense with 3.14 kills per set pic.twitter.com/CKDp0CEEoZ
- Texas baseball has revealed their 2021 class, per the Austin American-Statesman.
Four of the 10 baseball players that signed with Texas on Wednesday are Central Texas standouts. What should Longhorns fans expect from @CamOB15, @jstew1712, @alecgrossman3 and @freshflashash? We asked their high school coaches.https://t.co/yHGpI3MZrw #HookEm— Danny Davis (@aasdanny) November 11, 2020
- Texas alum Scottie Scheffler is playing in his first Augusta National Masters tournament, the Dallas Morning News reports. From the Morning News: “Scottie Scheffler arrived to famed Augusta National Golf Club for his first Masters on late Sunday night from the Vivant Houston Open where he finished tied for 32nd. He’s had inconsistent tournament finishes since his COVID-related withdrawal at the US Open in September, but the Dallas native seems ready to take on Augusta National. Though he’s only played the course five times before this week, that doesn’t change his laser focus for this week.”