Fall sports are on. Long live fall sports. Long live Texas Longhorns football.
Fall sports for 2020, however, depend on football, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby told 247Sports.
From 247Sports: “In an exclusive interview with The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown asked Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby if the conference chose to cancel football in the fall, would it ultimately lead to canceling all sports, to which Bowlsby confirmed as a likely possibility. ‘I think that’s probably right,’ Bowlsby [said] ... . ‘There will be some conversation about that and likely a lot of institutional input. But that’s likely to be the circumstance, I think, based on what I have heard from our campuses.’”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: The Texas Ten: Bijan Robinson, Greg Brown, Skylar Fields all ready to shine for Longhorns
Dallas Morning News: New Texas defensive coordinator Chris Ash eager to tackle the challenge of stopping Big 12 offenses
247Sports: The Insider: Texas two-deep starting to take shape
247Sports: Tamar Bates ‘leads by example’ according to high school coach
247Sports: The State of Recruiting: The week that was with Charles Wright
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
The Longhorn Republic takes a long look at the Texas offense
Texas did not practice on Thursday to discuss social issues
4-star G Tamar Bates commits to Texas
Texas lands graduate transfer WR Brenden Schooler
Chris Ash thinks the Texas defense is ahead of schedule
WHAT WE’RE READING
Banner Society: The unused power in college sports
SBNation: Landry Shamet feels a sense of ‘helplessness’ in the bubble, but still believes in the power of the players’ voices
SBNation: If video games want to be a force for good, they need to learn from sports
NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND
- Texas volleyball released its schedule, albeit without nonconference opponents this year.
And there you have it— Texas Volleyball (@TexasVolleyball) August 28, 2020
: https://t.co/K7h6bUdMbd pic.twitter.com/17FKynHq20
- Longhorn left tackle Samuel Cosmi was ranked No. 24 in CBS Sports’ NFL prospect list.
We would only be 2 weeks from kickoff against USF right now. Thanks, COVID. Three weeks until opening kickoff against UTEP though, so not too much worse! #HookEm— Fire Tom Herman Podcast (@TheFTHPodcast) August 22, 2020
#2: It'll go down as a 12 yard carry, but Sam Cosmi showed off the wheels for all 22 yards of this big man TD run! pic.twitter.com/qwWMdffmeT