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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas women’s basketball beats Bradley, advances to second round

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Plus: Meet the 2021 Texas football coaching staff

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Unlike other Texas Longhorns sports programs, the women’s basketball team is winning.

No. 6 seed Texas beat No. 11 Bradley on Monday night, by a score of 81-62. Among the biggest contributors on the night were Audrey Warren, who scored 15 points and snatched four rebounds; All-American Charli Collier, who scored 23 points and had 15 rebounds; and Celeste Taylor, who had eight points and seven rebounds on the night.

Next up for the Longhorns will be the UCLA Bruins on Wednesday.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

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Dallas Morning News: Steve Sarkisian gauges team buy-in, quarterback battle as Longhorns begin spring football practice

Dallas Morning News: How Texas’ collegiate baseball teams fared this week: Tech, UT start Big 12 play with winning weekends

247Sports: Morning Brew: Sark explains why his offensive playbook is so big

247Sports: 10 things to know from Steve Sarkisian heading into Texas spring football practice

247Sports: Mike at Night: New transfer name to know, latest on DT targets

247Sports: Notes from Steve Sarkisian after Texas’ first spring practice

247Sports: Are the pieces at nickel, safety going to fit the new Texas defense?

247Sports: What’s next for Texas after a shocking end to the 2020-21 season?

Inside Texas: Burton: Media onslaught

Inside Texas: Thoughts on Shaka’s future

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Casey Thompson, Hudson Card are now the faces of the Texas QB competition

WATCH: Steve Sarkisian previews first spring practice at Texas

DeMarvion Overshown among Texas players to miss spring practice due to injury

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

Burnt Orange Nation: Texas DT target Kris Ross to decide on Tuesday

247Sports: Carthage linebacker Kip Lewis recaps weekend visits to Texas, Texas A&M

247Sports: Four-star linebacker Niuafe Tuihalamaka discusses communication with Texas, official visit plans

247Sports: Four-star cornerback Austin Jordan talks finalists, decision timeline

Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: Brooks, Gatson, Patton, Guilbeau

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: Adam Flagler deserves some recognition after a solid weekend performance

Our Daily Bears: Baylor-Villanova set for Saturday at 4:15 Central on CBS; line Baylor -6.5

Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech’s season comes to an end with heartbreaking loss to Arkansas

Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech finds just enough offense to secure a Big 12 series win

Frogs O’ War: TCU forward Mickey Pearson to transfer

Frogs O’ War: TCU Football Spring Practice Report: Injuries, injuries, injuries

Crimson and Cream Machine: Sooners topped in the second round by Gonzaga, 87-71

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Eleven Cyclones to participate in Iowa State’s Pro Day

Rock Chalk Talk: KU rocked by USC to end season

WHAT WE’RE READING

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SB Nation: Rockets end losing streak behind a triple-double performance from John Wall

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • Meet the Texas coaching staff.
  • While Texas is onboarding a new football era, Mack Brown’s getting an extension.