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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: LB DeMarvion Overshown, CB Josh Thompson among first Texas players to sign NIL deals

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Plus: Texas baseball’s final ranking on the year

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Give me an N!

“N!”

Give me an L!

“L!”

Give me an I!

“I!”

What’s that spell?!

“Progress!”

The name, image and likeness era is officially upon us as Texas Longhorns.

Texas players are already signing deals, too.

The apparel company Last Stand Hats announced early this morning – literally minutes after the law went into effect at midnight – that Texas players such as linebacker DeMarvion Overshown and cornerback Josh Thompson have inked deals with the brand.

Seriously, it’s really happening, folks. See for yourself:

And here’s a sneak peak:

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Texas ex Kramer Hickok’s legendary tour playoff is a life-changer

247Sports: The Insider: Workout skirmish sheds light on UT leadership

247Sports: How do NIL deals come together? Insight on the verbal agreements for 2 Texas players

Inside Texas: NIL is here, and Texas football players are taking advantage

Inside Texas: Gameplan: Finesse or power on the offensive line?

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Welcome to the wild new world of college NIL rights

The Longhorn Republic dives deep on Texas Tech

Texas needs to be part of a stronger conference

Texas F Jericho Sims signs with an agent

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: Texas visit a hit with five-star OL Devon Campbell

Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: Calm before the July storm

Inside Texas: Catching up with 2024 QB offer Julian Sayin

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: James Akinjo granted waiver by NCAA; immediately eligible at Baylor

Frogs O’ War: Former Tigers, now Frogs, Eze and Carter highlight top 50 impact transfers in college football

Cowboys Ride For Free: Football Recruiting: Oklahoma State on commitment watch in July

The Smoking Musket: Will Deuce return to WVU?

Bring On The Cats: The purple and black are back for the TBT

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: How college athletes finally earned the right to make money

SB Nation: The wait is over: Chris Paul is in the NBA Finals with the Suns

SB Nation: Sabrina Ionescu wants to inspire the next generation of women in sports

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • Texas baseball ends the year at No. 3 in D1Baseball’s final rankings.
  • Still weak.
  • We present to you ... the Minister of Culture himself.