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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Urban Meyer reportedly turns down Texas job

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The Austin American-Statesman reports that three-time national championship coach Urban Meyer has turned down the Texas Longhorns head coaching job due to health issues.

From the Statesman: “However, ‘no decision’ has been made about whether to move on from UT’s current coach Tom Herman, the source [told the Statesman over the weekend.] Texas officials are still ‘sorting through’ their options, the source said.”



Austin American-Statesman: Bijan’s breakout: Texas freshman runs wild as teammates believe ‘Oh, that’s just the start’

Austin American-Statesman: Five key plays: Texas 69, Kansas State 31

Austin American-Statesman: Manhattan blowout: Texas romps past Kansas State 69-31

Austin American-Statesman: Texas-Kansas State notebook: Longhorns roll but lose Derek Kerstetter to an ankle injury

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Texas’ blowout win won’t snuff out rumors about Herman

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: A big win over Kansas State did little to move the Herman needle

Dallas Morning News: Urban Meyer turning down head coaching job leaves Texas fumbling for a Plan B

Dallas Morning News: Urban Meyer’s comments, positive COVID-19 tests within the Longhorns, and what it all means for Tom Herman

Dallas Morning News: 3 takeaways from Texas’ loss to Villanova: Longhorns can’t finish down the stretch

Dallas Morning News: AP college football poll (Dec. 6): Longhorns return to rankings; Aggies remain No. 5

Dallas Morning News: National reaction to Texas’ win over Kansas State: In Bijan Robinson, Longhorns finally have a ‘young superstar’ RB

Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from Texas’ win over Kansas State: RB Bijan Robinson’s breakout game leads Longhorns to blowout victory

Dallas Morning News: How Tom Herman and Texas reached the point where parting ways is now the most likely outcome

247Sports: Texas-Kansas State Grades: Defense does enough to help in a win

247Sports: Texas-Kansas State Grades: A long-awaited elite offensive outing

247Sports: Morning Brew: Recapping UT’s flirtation with Meyer

247Sports: The Good, Bad and Ugly from Texas’ 69-31 win at Kansas State

Inside Texas: Sinking bad ideas

Inside Texas: Hoops Game Thoughts: Villanova

Inside Texas: The latest on Urban and Herman


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Texas runs away from Kansas State: Post-game celebration

WATCH: Instant analysis of Texas’ win over Kansas State

Texas vs. Kansas State: Game thread

Villanova at Texas: Gameday Q&A

No. 17 Texas vs. No. 12 Villanova: Game thread

Coleman, No. 17 Longhorns fall just short to No. 12 Villanova


247Sports: Ja’Tavion Sanders named coverboy for DCTF Texas Rising magazine


Our Daily Bears: Baylor defense balls out, offense sputters in 27-14 loss to Sooners

Our Daily Bears: Options for Baylor-Gonzaga makeup

Frogs O’ War: MMQB: Hello winning record

Frogs O’ War: Oklahoma 82, TCU 78: Frogs fall short in Big 12 opener

Crimson and Cream Machine: OU assistant Shane Beamer named head coach at South Carolina

Crimson and Cream Machine: Austin Reaves leads OU to 82-78 win at TCU

Cowboys Ride For Free: No. 15 Oklahoma State falls to TCU

The Smoking Musket: What I think after an embarrassment in Ames

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia pulls away from Georgetown late, gives Big 12 advantage in Big 12/Big East Battle

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Twister sisters fall to top-ranked South Carolina, 83-65

Bring On The Cats: Blue Monday

Rock Chalk Talk: Pooka Williams headed to NFL

Rock Chalk Talk: Jayhawks escape NDSU upset bid


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SB Nation: This nullified touchdown perfectly captures the NFL’s beautiful chaos


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