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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: New HC Steve Sarkisian may bring Alabama assistants to Texas

Plus: Texas women’s basketball notches a big win

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Newly hired Texas Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian may dip into the Alabama Crimson Tide’s cookie jar of assistant coaches when assembling his staff in Austin, 247Sports report.

From 247Sports: “Holmon Wiggins, who has led the Crimson Tide’s wide receiver corps the past two years, is a top target for Sarkisian to lead the Longhorns’ efforts at the wideout spot. Horns247 reported Sunday there are additional Alabama assistants who could be getting a call for Sarkisian at other position groups. ... Wiggins has played a vital role in [wide receiver DeVonta Smith’s] development and his personnel grouping is expected to have multiple first-round picks for the second consecutive NFL Draft cycle in 2021 as Smith and Jaylen Waddle should join Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs as Day 1 selections.”


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  • No. 19 Texas women’s basketball notched a big win over the Iowa State Cyclones last night.
  • ESPN’s Paul Finebaum weighed in on the Tom Herman firing: “I just think it shows you the absolute disgust at Texas for Tom Herman,” Finebaum said Monday on WJOX FM, per 247Sports. “I can use a line of parallels here, and people can imagine it any way they want. But Texas went shopping for Urban Meyer. Had Urban Meyer said yes, Herman would have been gone three weeks ago. They couldn’t get Urban Meyer. Herman sat there and fumed. We even had an interview with a guy who claimed that Herman was trying to get the South Carolina job, which sounded like a stretch.” Finebaum continued, “But it got so ugly that his wife went on social media and denied it. But that relationship was fried. I don’t blame Texas for getting rid of him. The money doesn’t phase Texas, you know that. Texas has more money than anyone, and if you don’t believe that, just ask any graduate of the University of Texas. To me, Sark was the best-available coach. I think it’s as simple as that.”
  • Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Chandler Morris is transferring to the TCU Horned Frogs.