NFL agent David Mulugheta took to social media this week to express how he thinks Texas Longhorns donors who threatened players over their “Eyes of Texas” protest should be forced to forfeit their stadium suite seats come time for college football kickoff this year.
I’ve said this before & will say it again. The “donors” have every right to feel this way. If they are so offended please release these sold out suites at the games so we, who are not offended, can scoop them up. Texas Football will survive without you & your hurt feelings. https://t.co/aJbAM60IIL— David Mulugheta (@DavidMulugheta) March 2, 2021
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Febres looking confident against for No. 15 Texas
Austin American-Statesman: Longhorns blast Islanders at home to open week
247Sports: Morning Brew: Football workouts picking up intensity
247Sports: ‘The Eyes of Texas’ issue isn’t going away in Austin
Inside Texas: The best individual football seasons I’ve seen with Inside Texas
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Breakfast Bites: Team and recruiting notes to get the morning started
247Sports: Rueben Owens discusses daily interactions since committing to Texas
247Sports: Mike at Night: Notes from the road on Texas targets and rising prospects
247Sports: Bryce Anderson discusses Texas, other contenders after dropping top five
247Sports: Texas among options for elite 2023 quarterback Malachi Nelson
247Sports: Ish Harris discusses Texas after top six announcement
Inside Texas: Wednesday recruiting Q&A – 3/3/21
Inside Texas: Burton: The March ahead
Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: Harris, Umeozulu, Bledsoe, Ross and more
Inside Texas: Recruiting Matters: Can Texas pull off upsets to sign a top 5 class in 2022?
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: Fival Goes East: How Baylor basketball won the program’s first Big 12 title
Our Daily Bears: Big 12 Champions: Scott Drew and Baylor basketball complete the greatest turnaround in college sports
Frogs O’ War: TCU 9, Stephen F. Austin 3: Homers, flashy gloves, solid pitching define TCU’s win
The Smoking Musket: No. 6 West Virginia runs out of steam in overtime, allowing No. 3 Baylor to clinch Big 12 title
The Smoking Musket: Baseball pauses activities for 7 days
WHAT WE’RE READING
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SB Nation: How elite athletes have struggled with the long-term effects of Covid
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas special teams assistant coach Casey Horn, who’s been with the Longhorns for the past four seasons under former head coach Tom Herman, is leaving the Forty Acres for a gig as special teams coach with the Florida International Panthers, Yahoo Sports reports.
Sources: Former Texas special teams QC Casey Horny has agreed to become the next special teams coach at FIU.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) March 2, 2021
- The Baylor Bears men’s basketball team has officially clenched the Big 12 Championship.