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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Former Texas coaches Charlie Strong, Chris Ash will join Urban Meyer, Jacksonville Jaguars

Plus: Miranda Elish opts out of 2021 season

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 03 TCU at Texas Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Texas Longhorns defensive coordinator Chris Ash is out on the Forty Acres. But much to his benefit, he’s in with newly hired Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer as a position coach, Yahoo Sports reports. Ash was Meyer’s defensive coordinator in 2014, the last time the former Ohio State Buckeyes coach won a national championship at the college level.

Think that’s weird? Yahoo Sports is also reporting that former Texas head coach and, most recently, fired South Florida Bulls head coach Charlie Strong will also join Meyer in the Jacksonville as an assistant head coach; Strong will also likely coach linebackers.


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247Sports: Tracking the Longhorns returning, headed to the NFL and hitting the transfer portal

247Sports: New names emerging for on-field positions, personnel department

Inside Texas: How’s Sark doing?

Inside Texas: Sources: Drew Hughes to be named UT Director of Player Personnel

Inside Texas: Understanding WR coach Andre Coleman’s retention

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Inside Texas: Closure, the legend of Banks, DC talk


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No. 4 Texas vs. Kansas State: Game thread

Shorthanded Longhorns dismantle K-State, 82-67

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Burnt Orange Nation: 2022 RB Zach Evans notches Texas offer

Burnt Orange Nation: 2022 RB Zach Evans discusses Texas offer, fit in Steve Sarkisian’s offense

Burnt Orange Nation: Reports: LSU grad transfer OLB Ray Thornton commits to Texas

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Sanders caps Ryan career with title

247Sports: The Stampede: Time for Texas staff to get busy on recruiting trail

247Sports: Four-star 2022 running back Jaydon Blue keeping options open

Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: The team returns to campus; OL, RB, DE recruiting; DC silence

Inside Texas: Around The Horns: Sanders, Hoover, and Gould


Our Daily Bears: MaCio Teague powers Baylor’s victory over Texas Tech

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Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech’s slow offensive night opens door for Baylor victory

Frogs O’ War: Reacts: TCU Basketball fans believe the Frogs can recover from a tough stretch

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  • Texas softball star pitcher Miranda Elish is opting out of the 2021 season over ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple outlets report. Elish previously stated she planned to return as a fifth-year senior after the pandemic forced 2020’s cancelation. “After all my years of playing the game I love, this message comes with deep sadness and a very heavy heart,” Elish said in a statement released through the Texas athletic department. “It was a decision that I’ve thought long and hard about, and unfortunately due to situations surrounding me, I feel it is in my best interest to not participate in the 2021 season because of my concerns over Covid-19.” Chalk that up as a major loss for the Longhorns.
  • Texas baseball just received a No. 9 preseason ranking from D1Baseball.