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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Report: Texas HC Steve Sarkisian says Texas isn’t hiring Mike Stoops

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The Austin American-Statesman reports that Mike Stoops, who was most recently was an analyst for the Alabama Crimson Tide, will not coach linebackers for the Texas Longhorns after all. The Statesman, which spoke directly to Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian, followed up on reporting from AL.com that claimed the former Oklahoma defensive coordinator was set to join the Forty Acres. Stoops is the brother of former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

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RECRUITING ROUNDUP

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247Sports: Four-star 2022 QB Cade Klubnik opens up on recruiting options

247Sports: Texas still top of mind for four-star tackle Kelvin Banks

247Sports: The State of Recruiting: Breaking down Sark’s staff, state championship recap

Inside Texas: Catching up with Cade Klubnik

Inside Texas: Texas reaching out to more 2022’s, Uke

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WHAT WE’RE READING

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