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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: ESPN ranks Texas Ex Vince Young’s Rose Bowl-winning play best in NCAA history

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Plus: Texas soccer releases its 2020 schedule

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Vince Young. 2005 Rose Bowl. USC Trojans. Texas wins.

You remember how it went down, where you were, and likely, who you were with.

ESPN seemingly hasn’t forgotten either. The so-called mother ship called the former Texas Longhorns quarterback’s game-winning play the best single performance in NCAA history.

For your viewing pleasure:

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NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND

  • Texas soccer released its 2020 schedule on Monday, the Austin American-Statesman reports. From the Statesman: “Texas will open its [17-match] 2020 campaign with a match against UTSA on Aug. 20, and the Longhorns’ first five appearances will be made at home. Like the school’s football team, Texas will head to LSU during the second week of September. Texas’ 2020 schedule features five teams that qualified for last year’s NCAA Tournament. All five of those schools are member of the Big 12. Texas will greet Kansas in Austin but must travel to Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech and West Virginia.”
  • Texas volleyball plans to move their home matches to the Frank Erwin Center this season, the Austin American-Statesman reports. From the Statesman: “Gregory Gym had served as UT’s longtime home. The Erwin Center has never hosted an entire volleyball season, and the Longhorns last used that venue in 1997. With the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing still major concerns, Texas said in a press release that the relocation will ‘provide adequate space for social distancing for teams, fans and working event staff.’ The Erwin Center has a capacity of 16,540. Gregory Gym considers 4,000 fans to be a sellout.”