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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas TE/DE Rob Cummins is entering grad transfer portal

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Texas Longhorns senior defensive end and tight end Rob Cummins has entered the graduate transfer portal, 247Sports reports.

From 247Sports: “The fourth-year lineman announced ... last December that he would medically retire from football after knee injuries plagued his path to the field. Cummins did not appear in a game during the 2018 or 2019 seasons after redshirting in 2017.”

“I’ve been rehabbing for basically three years, my entire time at The University of Texas,” Cummins said at the time of his retirement. “After this past surgery I had in August and after long talks with my doctor and family it was obvious to me the best decision was to stop playing football and medically retire from The University of Texas. ... It was one of the hardest things I had to hear, a doctor telling me my dreams and aspirations were coming to a halt.”


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  • Texas volleyball is heating up and ready to take on the Big 12, y’all.
  • The Oklahoma Sooners (No. 1) and Longhorns (No. 2) are still sitting atop the Austin American-Statesman’s latest Big 12 power poll. From the Statesman: “The Big 12 is ripe for the picking for the Longhorns and head coach Tom Herman. Texas and Oklahoma are the class of the conference, and it is Texas with the senior quarterback and Oklahoma with an inexperienced starter at the position for the first time in Herman’s tenure. The conference run begins against an apparently hapless Texas Tech squad.”