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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas HC Steve Sarkisian says National Signing Day went well

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Texas Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian is pleased with National Signing Day.

“I thought we accomplished kind of what we thought we could accomplish getting into the second signing day of the signing period,” Sarkisian said, according to 247Sports. “When I came on board with 19 players already signed, we really tried to do a thorough job of trying to assess our roster as best we could in looking at the game tape of currently what we had, getting an idea of the movement skills of our players on the field and maybe where they would fit scheme-wise now that we have our coaching staff on board, and then identify the players that were available that we felt like could help the University of Texas, not only on the football field, but in the classroom and from a character standpoint of what they meant moving forward to represent the university.”

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Fourth-frame follies doom UT. vs. West Virginia

Dallas Morning News: Shaka Smart, Longhorns look to end three-game losing streak against Kansas State

247Sports: Morning Brew: Coach sizes up Texas’ five ‘most feared’ players

247Sports: Minimizing attrition critical to Steve Sarkisian managing, building Texas roster

247Sports: Who is head-coaching material among Sarkisian’s assistants?

Inside Texas: Longhorns looking to avoid February struggles in upcoming stretch

Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: New staff likes roster and scheme fits, five percentages, quotes from two ‘must-gets’

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

No. 13 Texas looks to stop slide against Kansas State

Texas falls all the way to No. 13 in AP Poll

The Longhorn Republic tries to diagnose the basketball struggles

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

Burnt Orange Nation: Longhorns offer 2023 DT John Walker

Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Grading Texas’ 2021 offensive class

247Sports: Evan Stewart slowing down recruitment as 7-on-7 season gets underway

247Sports: Four-star safety Bryce Anderson dishes on his relationship with Texas

247Sports: How Steve Sarkisian, Texas handled 2021 recruiting cycle with steep decline in FBS signings

247Sports: Keithron Lee explains his relationship with Andre Coleman, Steve Sarkisian

Inside Texas: Cole Lourd’s path to UT highlights Sarkisian’s level of involvement

Inside Texas: Buckle up for the 10 biggest recruiting battles of 2022

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Dallas Morning News: While the Big 12 marches toward its conference tournament, Bob Bowlsby knows COVID-19 will have the final say

Our Daily Bears: Baylor basketball announces three more delayed games because of COVID-19; six games to makeup now

Frogs O’ War: TCU Baseball’s freshmen won’t get to act like first-year guys for long

Crimson and Cream Machine: OU basketball mourns the loss of former assistant Lew Hill

Cowboys Ride For Free: Oklahoma State basketball cracks AP top 25

The Smoking Musket: Deuce McBride named Big 12 player of the week, as West Virginia climbs back up the AP Poll

WHAT WE’RE READING

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SB Nation: Paige Bueckers is living up to the hype and rewriting the UConn record books

SB Nation: How Tom Brady compares against other athletes in their mid-40s

NEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND

  • OOF. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott wasn’t included in their 2021 hype video.
  • Slow news day!