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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: TCU head coach Gary Patterson addresses alleged use of racial slur

Plus: How will a 10-game schedule benefit Texas?

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TCU Horned Frogs head coach Gary Patterson released a statement on Tuesday after he allegedly used a racial slur in front of several of the team’s players.

“I met with our seniors and leadership council last night about how we move forward as a team, together,” Patterson wrote. “ We are committed to individuals and as a program to fighting racial injustice of any kind.”

He continued, “I apologize for the use of a word that, in any context, is unacceptable. I have always encouraged players to do better and be better, and I must live by the same standards. Our players, past and present, have always been the strength of the program. These men are and will always be my motivation and driving force.”


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  • What does the Big 12’s 10-game season mean for Texas? That’s a question posed by Sports Illustrated. From SI: “This will provide a good change for the Texas program. Texas will not have to face off against the defending champion LSU Tigers which would be a toss up game in a hostile environment. Having the Big 12 stand as one of the better conferences, right in the mix with the SEC and Big 10, will serve as a good case for eventual playoff hopes.”
  • Texas Longhorns interim president Jay Hartzell thinks football will happen this year. “I remain optimistic that there will be football in the fall,” Hartzell said on a Zoom call with reporters earlier this week, per the Austin American-Statesman. “As you’ve seen from the way we’ve been communicating, our thinking continues to evolve around football.” Hartzell continued, “We’re planning and waiting on the final word on when the season will start, but trying to push it back, such that we can a little bit, so that we learn more about how the disease is unfolding and also get to see how others are handling sports.”