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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Urban Meyer thinks Gary Patterson, TCU are getting out coached

Plus: Tom Herman speaks ahead of the Kansas game

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TCU Horned Frogs football has fallen on hard times, at least in Urban Meyer’s opinion.

“You go back and look at their recruiting rankings, within three hours of their campus in Fort Worth, they have the best players in America, right there,” Meyer said on FOX over the weekend, per 247Sports. “Then you have West Virginia — TCU is getting out-coached right now. (West Virginia is) doing a heck of a job. ... Just right there on paper, TCU is doing a better job, better recruiting. What in the world is going on? You know they have a great coach in Gary Patterson, but you know something is going on. My gosh, they beat Texas earlier in the year ... Is something wrong with TCU right now? They don’t look right.”

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Kansas City Star: Kansas’ focus during week off? An area that’s on pace for unwanted history

Austin American-Statesman: ‘We’re in the playoffs right now’: For No. 22 Texas, beating Kansas means another step toward Arlington

Dallas Morning News: Texas DL Ta’Quon Graham, Longhorns adopt playoff mentality with conference championship hopes still alive

Dallas Morning News: Despite Tom Herman’s self-confidence, Urban Meyer’s allure may prove too powerful for Texas to ignore

Dallas Morning News: College football picks (Week 12): Predictions for Bedlam, SMU-Houston, Texas-Kansas, UNT-Rice and more

Dallas Morning News: 5 things Texas fans need to know about Kansas: S Kenny Logan Jr. provides defensive spark

247Sports: Morning Brew: The elusive cover against Kansas

247Sports: The Flagship: Will Texas rise to challenge in Big 12 title race?

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Texas looking to overcome recent struggles against Kansas

Texas releases Kansas depth chart

Longhorns in the NFL: Week 9 — Malcolm Brown, D’Onta Foreman combine for three TDs

Kansas will not allow fans at Texas game

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Comparing the 2021 offensive recruiting classes of Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma

247Sports: Texas on the verge of completing an in-state flip?

247Sports: Juan Davis set to enroll early after senior season at Everman

247Sports: Thoughts on Texas commits in Top247 update

247Sports: Texas making early big impression on 2022 four-star Emeka Megwa

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: Tristan Clark’s sophomore season is the most underrated stretch in Baylor basketball history

Viva the Matadors: Offensive Grades: Texas Tech vs. Baylor

Frogs O’ War: Texas Two Step: Could Desmond Bane become a Dallas Maverick?

WHAT WE’RE READING

Banner Society: Will Muschamp’s end at South Carolina makes as much sense as anything else in 2020

SB Nation: Jaguars fans are committing Pro Bowl voter fraud to screw over the Vikings

NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND

  • Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman had a lot to say ahead of the game against the Kansas Jayhawks, per 247Sports: “Another very opportune place in our season for the bye week to come. I feel like we got a lot of work accomplished last week, both on the field and off the field, needing to rest and recover. Every bye week is a mad dash to play catch-up when you’ve got seven new coaches and a brand new offense and defensive system. Our kids have handled a tremendous amount of adversity, and I think we all really look forward to the bye weeks, not just for the day or two off that we had at the beginning and end of the week, but for the ability to just try like crazy to play catch up on all the reps, teaching and instruction and learning moments that we missed throughout the pandemic. I think our kids have handled, not just this bye week, but the one prior too really, really well and I’m very appreciative of them for that fact.” Click the link above to read the rest.