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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas football operations staffer Tory Teykl is reportedly taking a job at Kansas

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Plus: Sam Cosmi makes Sporting News’ preseason All-American list

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247Sports reports that Texas Longhorns director of football operations Tory Teykl is going to make the jump from the Forty Acres to whatever the Kansas Jayhawks call their campus.

From 247Sports: “... Teykl — who is one of the few females in a lead football operations role at the collegiate level — will soon wrap up her time at Texas before joining the Kansas staff. Sources told Horns247 Teykl’s departure will leave a huge void for Herman to fill since she is in charge of handling a load of responsibilities for the Longhorns, including coordinating camps and team travel plans, handling all communication with the team and working as a liaison with both compliance and academic services among many other responsibilities.”

That’s an L for the Longhorns.


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