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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: At least one analyst thinks Texas football can succeed in 2021

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Plus: Pierceson Coody qualifies for U.S. Open

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The analyst world has not been kind to the Texas Longhorns this offseason.

Fox College Football analyst Joel Klatt, however, is confident in Texas this fall.

“I think Texas could be really good. This is not the year you want that low key, tough, non-conference schedule because here’s what a schedule like that does — it puts an immense amount of pressure on the coaching staff and the players because everyone thinks based off of brands that they should just walk through those games,” Klatt said, per 247Sports.

Klatt continued, “So even if they struggle and when, people are going to be like, ‘What’s wrong with Texas?’ When you and I know that those are actually decently tough games, in particular for a guy in his first year.“

That has to count for something. Right?

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

247Sports: Morning Brew: What championship leadership looks like

247Sports: The Flagship: Intel from Texas summer workouts

247Sports: Joel Klatt: ‘Bijan Robinson is the best RB in the country’

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

The Longhorn Republic recaps the regional and previous Louisiana

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: Mike at Night: Riding the waves of visit season

247Sports: Five-star defender Anthony Hill ready to see Austin this weekend

247Sports: Inside Top247 RB TreVonte’ Citizen’s official visit to Texas

247Sports: Checking in on how visits went for Texas targets across the country

247Sports: Jaylon Guilbeau firm in commitment following Texas visit last week

Inside Texas: Recruiting Matters: Yes, maybe, or no

Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: Owens, Citizen, Patton, Tuihalamaka

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: Ranking Baylor’s schedule

Frogs O’ War: TCU baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle leaving for Texas A&M

Crimson and Cream Machine: OU loses to FSU, 8-4, in Game 1 of the WCWS Championship Series

Bring On The Cats: 88 DAYS TO 2021 KICKOFF: Phillip Brooks

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: Publicly funding stadiums for billionaires is a scam

SB Nation: Utah Jazz come back big in the second half to beat the Los Angeles Clippers

SB Nation: Bobby Witt, Jr. called out on a home run for not touching home plate immediately after touching home plate

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • Pierceson Coody qualified for the U.S. Open next week.