Newly hired Texas Longhorns women’s basketball head coach Vic Schaefer landed the first verbal commit of his tenure – transfer and former Penn State Nittany Lions forward Lauren Ebo. It’s unclear whether Ebo will be eligible to compete in 2020-2021, though according to a report in the Austin American-Statesman, the NCAA is currently considering a one-time transfer exception for all athletes. At Penn State last season, the six-foot-four soon-to-be junior averaged 5.3 points and 4.8 rebounds. She’ll join fellow Penn State transfer-turned-Longhorn Karisma Ortiz, an incoming sophomore who sat out last season due to eligibility.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Texas’ defensive recruiting wishlist hinges on defensive linemen
Sports Illustrated: Colt McCoy talks to media about mentoring Daniel Jones during uncertain times
Sports Illustrated: Early enrollee profile – Hudson Card
247Sports: Mike at Night: Alabama pursuing Milroe, intel on Harmon
247Sports: The State of Recruiting: Featuring special guest Josh Gibson
247Sports: Ten former recruiting sleepers who can help Texas win in 2020
247Sports: Five-star Texas signee Alfred Collins determined to keep working
NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE IN LONGHORN LAND AND THE BIG 12
- Spring enrollees – check. New jersey numbers for spring enrollees – check, check.
Jersey numbers for Texas spring enrollees released https://t.co/Ic3gpXzKyy— Longhorns Wire (@LonghornsWire) April 13, 2020
- Texas football head coach Tom Herman is joining 247Sports for a talk today at noon Central.
Today's the day! @CoachTomHerman will join @Horns247 at Noon CT for our #TexasTailgate virtual chat with the #Longhorns head coach!— Horns247 (@Horns247) April 14, 2020
YouTube Stream➡️https://t.co/fUWSC2KBIZ pic.twitter.com/dgAllgb9hM
- The now-defunct XFL filed for bankruptcy yesterday. They owe the Houston Cougars $300,000. So it’s safe to say Vince McMahon’s experiment didn’t go quite as planned.
XFL Files For Bankruptcy, Lost '10s Of Millions' Due To COVID-19 https://t.co/2Y5WMvTP6H— TMZ (@TMZ) April 13, 2020
- Former Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks has found a way to give back.
My wife & I have partnered with @austinpetsalive to get animals into homes during this wild time. We will be giving every adopter a care package that includes a crate, pet food, treats, a leash, a toy, litter for cats, and a gift card.— Jordan Hicks (@JordanHicks) April 14, 2020
Find your forever friend now! pic.twitter.com/8yBPz99s3N