Yahoo Sports reports that the Tournament of Roses has filed a lawsuit against the city of Pasadena after the College Football Playoff national championship game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Ohio State Buckeyes was moved to AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
From Yahoo Sports: “The Tournament of Roses says in its suit that the city doesn’t have ownership of the Rose Bowl trademarks and comes as the group and the city have been negotiating about the ownership of the trademarks.”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Ice, ice cold: Shooting woes doom Texas
247Sports: Morning Brew: Who is head-coaching material among Sarkisian’s assistants?
247Sports: Source weighs in on why Torre Becton is ‘the guy’ to lead Texas strength program
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
Burnt Orange Nation: 2021 3-star QB Cole Lourd commits to Texas
247Sports: The Stampede: Recruiting intel from Pylon Dallas
247Sports: Nick at Nite: Texas moving in on in-state 2022 target
247Sports: Buzz generated by Sarkisian, Texas an early ‘22 recruiting storyline to watch
Inside Texas: Recruiting: Five must-happen scenarios in the 2022 class
Inside Texas: The latest on Jarred Kerr plus thoughts on the versatile DB class
Inside Texas: Humidor: New team, new recruiting class
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Viva the Matadors: Red Raiders take care of a struggling K-State team in Manhattan
Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Football: A new look at nickel
Cowboys Ride For Free: Oklahoma State Basketball: Cowboys scratch out a huge win over No. 6 Texas in double OT, 75-67
The Smoking Musket: West Virginia loses two-deep safety Noah Guzman to the transfer portal
The Smoking Musket: Career highs from McBride and Sherman power No. 17 West Virginia over No. 23 Kansas
Wide Right & Natty Lite: Iowa State falls at No. 9 Oklahoma 79-72
WHAT WE’RE READING
Banner Society: Every point scored in Super Bowl history, assigned by college
Banner Society: The night Auburn held the ball for an entire quarter
SB Nation: 4 winners and 4 losers from Super Bowl LV
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Austin is set to host some of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament games.
The NCAA on Friday made it official that San Antonio, Austin and San Marcos would serve as hosts for the entire 64-team women’s basketball tournament https://t.co/xk4sofAOtd— Hookem.com (@bevobeat) February 5, 2021
- The latest on the name, image and likeness bill heading through Congress, per USA Today.
NEW: Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) is introducing NIL legislation, which his office says will allow college athletes — individually and as a group — to make money off their names, images and likenesses "with the fewest restrictions possible." Includes mechanism for group licensing.— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) February 4, 2021