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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas legend Cat Osterman leaves summer pro tour after team posts controversial national anthem tweet

Plus: Brianna Cantu leaves Texas Tech for Texas softball

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Texas Longhorns legend Cat Osterman “will not represent” the ScrapYard Dawgs during this summer’s pro tour after the team posted a controversial tweet about the national anthem.

Here’s a screenshot of the since-deleted tweet:

It’s not a good look for the organization.

Osterman replied on social media, writing this:


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  • Welcome to the Forty Acres, Brianna Cantu. Cantu transferred from the Texas Tech Red Raiders to join Texas softball. As the Austin American-Statesman notes, the Longhorns have yet to sign off on Cantu’s transfer exception, so her eligibility in 2021 remains unclear. From the Statesman: “Cantu, who grew up in League City and attended Clear Creek High, spent her freshman year in Lubbock. She appeared in 16 games and made eight starts. ... Cantu hit .200 and scored twice for the Red Raiders during an abbreviated spring. In an 11-5 loss to Washington, which was ranked first at the time, Cantu drew three walks. Cantu started at both first and third base in 2020. Texas has returning starters at both of those positions, so the addition of Cantu gives the Longhorns some depth and options for the future.”
  • Yesterday was the 18th anniversary of Texas baseball’s national championship title.
  • Former Longhorn Kevin Durant is donation $1 million to fight against racial inequality, Sports Illustrated reports. From SI: “[Durant] and Degree Deodorant have teamed up to donate $1M to multiple organizations that will help teach kids how to use the power of sports to combat social issues. Durant’s multiple companies, Thirty Five Ventures, The Boardroom, and Kevin Durant Charity Foundation jointly released a statement on the recent events surrounding the country.” Notably, Durant’s giving is just the latest in his history of generous charity.
  • Watch Texas quarterback Hudson Card sling it during summer workouts.