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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Arizona LB Colin Schooler transferring to Texas Tech

Plus: Texas officials launch Leverage program

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 30 Arizona at Arizona State Photo by Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

247Sports reports that Brenden Schooler’s brother, Collin Schooler, a linebacker out of Arizona, is joining the Texas Tech as a graduate transfer. That means the Schooler brothers will face off against each later this season, after Brenden joined the Texas Longhorns.

From 247Sports: “[Collin] Schooler likely would have remained at Arizona for his final season of college football but chose to leave the school after the conference killed the fall season. On August 11, shortly after the Big Ten made the same decision, the Pac-12 decided to not play football this fall. Schooler cited the decision by the conference to not play this fall as a factor in his decision to leave the Wildcats.”


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  • The Austin American-Statesman reports that university officials are launching a new program to help athletes monetize and maximize the new name, image and likeness rule. From the Statesman: “A new program called Leverage is “designed to equip Longhorn student-athletes with the knowledge and tools necessary to maximize their brand and platform,” the university announced Monday. According to UT, the new program incorporates four key areas: personal branding and brand management, business formation and entrepreneurship, opportunity management and financial literacy.In layman’s terms, UT wants to be ahead of the curve when the NCAA adopts new rules in 2021 that allow an athlete to cash in on his or her name value. UT quarterback Sam Ehlinger could theoretically get paid to post something on his Twitter or Instagram feeds, for example. Or, a UT athlete could get paid to do TV commercials, make paid appearances or sign autographs.”
  • Texas alum PJ Tucker was fined $25,000 after him and Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder got into it during game five of the NBA Playoffs’ first round series, 247Sports reports. From 247Sports: “With less than seven minutes remaining in the third quarter and Houston leading 67-49, Schroder collided with Tucker, who setting a screen at the top of the key. Following the collision, Schroder got up to complain to the official but was immediately approached from behind by Tucker, and the incident ultimately led to both players being ejected.”