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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Latest C-USA moves signal conference realignment may be over ... for now

Plus: Texas women’s basketball starts hot

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After the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners announced their impending departure from the Big 12 Conference for the SEC, the realignment dominoes have continued falling across both FBS and FCS football, with at least three programs moving up to FBS so far.

Now, it seems as though things are slowing down after news broke today that Middle Tennessee State intends to remain in Conference-USA, bringing its membership to eight.

To be clear, this is all Texas and Oklahoma’s fault. And folks, it’s been fun to watch.


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247Sports: The Brew: How will Chris Beard’s No. 5 Longhorns deal with No. 1 Gonzaga’s size?

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Inside Texas: Texas’ quarterback situation remains clear as mud

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What the Bo Davis rant says about the current state of Texas football

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Our Daily Bears: What we learned from TCU and the impact on the OU game

Our Daily Bears: Baylor’s defense will respond against Oklahoma

Viva the Matadors: Relationships and passion will define the new era of Tech football

Viva the Matadors: Previewing the loaded Big 12 conference on opening night

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  • Texas women’s basketball is getting off to a hot start.
  • Freshman wide receiver Xavier Worthy was named to the Shaun Alexander Award watch list.