The Dallas Morning News reports that Big 12 revenue decreased from $37.7 million per school in 2019 to $34.5 million per school last season due to COVID-19 and the conference’s inability to get at least one program over the line and into the College Football Playoff. The cancellation of the March Madness and spring sports also played a role.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
247Sports: The Insider: How Texas went from 0-3 to a serious post-season threat
247Sports: All-time statistical leaders in Texas football history
Inside Texas: Texas’ top line pitchers key part of 2021 success
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Four-star WR Shazz Preston looking forward to Texas visit this summer
247Sports: Mike at Night: More options for Texas in the transfer portal
247Sports: Longhorns’ summer enrollees set to join program this weekend
247Sports: Four-star center Kel’el Ware locks in official visit to Texas
247Sports: Coach’s Take: St. James head coach Robert Valdez talks top playmaker Shazz Preston
247Sports: Johntay Cook details busy summer visit plans, relationship with Arch Manning & Rueben Owensa
Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: Johntay Cook, Hardy, Welliver
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
The Smoking Musket: Athlon Sports names ten Mountaineers to Preseason All-Big 12 Team
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: How Jonas Valanciunas stands in the dunker’s spot without standing still
SB Nation: The ‘Local Market’ MLB hats were mocked so badly they were axed
SB Nation: 3 observations from a Mavericks 127-121 statement win in Game 2 against the Clippers
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas baseball takes on the West Virginia Mountaineers in the Big 12 Championship today.
- Texas wide receiver Jake Smith has been cleared to return to summer workouts.