Except in football, says Oklahoma State athletic director Chad Weiberg, per 247Sports.
From 247Sports: Weiberg, at the Sports Business Journal Intercollegiate Athletics Forum in Las Vegas, said Thursday that there are “unanswered questions” from a logistical standpoint that need to be clarified should the in-state foes be able to continue their series on the football field. “I’m not saying we would never play them, but logistics need to be worked out,” Weiberg said, per Brett McMurphy. “There are a lot of unanswered questions.”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Associated Press: Longhorns’ shooting goes cold as Seton Hall snaps win streak
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Former Texas, NFL star Kenny Vaccaro has a new game to play
Austin American-Statesman: Texas’ Jerritt Elliott says more changes needed for NCAA Tournament
247Sports: The Insider: Going behind the scenes with UT’s new NIL initiatives
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: The State of Recruiting: Can Texas land Quinn Ewers?
247Sports: Five Texas commits in the hunt for state championship in senior season
247Sports: In-state programs making final pitches to five-star CB Denver Harris
Inside Texas: On3 Five-Star Kelvin Banks discusses Texas, Mario Cristobal, and more
Inside Texas: Breaking down the Texas 6A State Semi-finals
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Associated Press: Baylor head coach Dave Aranda, safety Jalen Pitre win AP Big 12 honors
247Sports: Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione on fallout from SEC decision: ‘We didn’t have any plan to handle it that way’
Our Daily Bears: Big 12 Football Preview: Bowl edition
Frogs O’ War: Horned Frog Report: More Horned Frogs win awards
Wide Right & Natty Lite: Cyclones knock out Iowa, 73-53
WHAT WE’RE READING
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas volleyball squeaked by the Washington Huskies, advancing to the Elite Eight.
- The story that keeps on giving.