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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Former Texas QB Shane Buechele signs with Kansas City Chiefs

Plus: One last Sam Ehlinger highlight reel

NCAA Football: Southern Methodist at East Carolina James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

Former Texas Longhorns quarterback Shane Buechele, who transferred to join the SMU Mustangs as a graduate transfer, didn’t hear his name called during the 2021 NFL Draft.

He is, however, a professional football player as of this past week, when the Kansas City Chiefs signed Buechele to backup former NFL MVP and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes.

Congrats, big guy! One a ‘Horn, always a ‘Horn.


Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Where was the Big 12 on Day 1 of the NFL Draft?

Austin American-Statesman: Texas football great Pete Lammons leaves stirring legacy

Dallas Morning News: How Texas’ collegiate baseball teams fared this week: Tech wins showdown over Texas

247Sports: Morning Brew: Sizing up the NFL chances of drafted (and undrafted) Longhorns

Inside Texas: 2021 NFL Draft analysis


Washington Football Team selects Texas OL Sam Cosmi with the No. 51 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft

Joseph Ossai selected No. 69 by the Cincinnati Bengals

Texas DT Ta’Quon Graham selected No. 148 by the Atlanta Falcons

Texas S Caden Sterns selected No. 152 by the Denver Broncos

Texas QB Sam Ehlinger selected No. 218 by the Indianapolis Colts

Texas WR Brennan Eagles is signing with the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent

Texas WR Tarik Black signs with the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent

Coastal Carolina transfer DeVante’ Jones picks Michigan over Texas, others


Burnt Orange Nation: Texas offers No. 1 national prospect Emoni Bates

247Sports: The Stampede: Recruiting scoop from the week in Houston

247Sports: Four-star OL Kelvin Banks closing in on summer visits

247Sports: Four-star 2023 DE Dylan Spencer dives into early stages of recruitment

Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: Team bests, 2023 DL visitors, Chris Beard’s recruiting schedule and targets

Inside Texas: Recruiting Matters: Lone Star State and the NFL Draft


Our Daily Bears: Baylor Spring Football Retrospective — the makings of a good offense?

Viva the Matadors: Four Texas Tech football players end up on teams during the last day of the draft

Viva the Matadors: Hampton guard Davion Warren headed to Texas Tech

Frogs O’ War: Monday Morning Manager: So what if it’s lonely at the top?

Frogs O’ War: Linebacker Garret Wallow hears his name called in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by Houston

Frogs O’ War: TCU Baseball scratches out 5-3 victory to ensure series win over WVU

Frogs O’ War: TCU Baseball 9, WVU 1: Frogs score nine runs in the final three innings to sweep the Mountaineers

Frogs O’ War: Ar’Darius Washington, Pro Wells, and Artayvious Lynn sign as UDFA with NFL teams

Crimson and Cream Machine: Stevenson selected by Patriots with No. 120 overall pick in 2021 NFL Draft

Crimson and Cream Machine: Tre Brown selected by Seahawks with No. 137 overall pick in 2021 NFL Draft

Crimson and Cream Machine: Norwood selected by Steelers in 7th round of 2021 NFL Draft

Cowboys Ride For Free: NFL Draft: Teven Jenkins 39th pick, round 2 to the Chicago Bears

Cowboys Ride For Free: Chuba Hubbard drafted by Carolina Panthers

Cowboys Ride For Free: NFL Draft: Tylan Wallace 131st pick, round 4 to the Baltimore Ravens

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia linebacker Tony Fields selected by the Cleveland Browns in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia defensive lineman Darius Stills signing with the Las Vegas Raiders as an undrafted free agent

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Kene Nwangwu selected in 4th round by Minnesota

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Four additional Cyclones sign as undrafted free agents


SB Nation: 4 winners and 2 losers from the 2021 NFL Draft

SB Nation: LeBron James doesn’t like the play-in tournament, but the Lakers may be in it

SB Nation: New report says Aaron Rodgers’ displeasure with Packers centers on Brian Gutekunst


  • One last round of Sam Ehlinger highlights for good measure.
  • Notably, this is not Sam Ehlinger. It’s his brother, Jake. Whoops.