Per The Athletic, at the Hollytree County Club in Tyler, Texas, earlier this week, the head honchos for the Texas Longhorns all got together after the SEC admitted Texas.
Texas power trio Jay Hartzell, Chris Del Conte and Kevin Eltife made their first public appearance Thursday since the Texas-to-SEC news broke last week— Sam Khan Jr. (@skhanjr) July 30, 2021
“We’d like to thank the Aggies for voting for us”
My story from Tyler for @TheAthleticCFB: https://t.co/KOeYJoNd83
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Agendas all around in Texas’ move from the Big 12 to the SEC
Dallas Morning News: College football mock realignment: DMN columnists, writers create four 16-team mega conferences
Dallas Morning News: Bob Bowlsby’s war with ESPN is not one he, or the Big 12, can win
247Sports: The Insider: Football summer workouts recap and the latest on Texas to the SEC
247Sports: Study reveals financial blows Big 12 could take with OU, Texas on to SEC
247Sports: Ranking the first-year head coaches heading into the 2021 season
Inside Texas: Humidor: The triumvirate takes Tyler
Inside Texas: New contract details for Beard, Pierce, Elliott on Board of Regents meeting agenda
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Previewing Texas BBQ and Pool Party
247Sports: Mike at Night: What’s going on with Texas recruiting?
Inside Texas: Burton: Over-under and Texas recruiting
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: 2021 Football Quick-Hitter: Oklahoma
Rock Chalk Talk: 35 Days: Previewing the RBs
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Instant grades for every 2021 NBA Draft first round pick
SB Nation: Teddy Riner is the mild-mannered Judo god who could kill you in 3 seconds if he wanted
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Once upon a time Texas commit Quinn Ewers is leaning towards skipping his senior season at Southlake Carrol High School to enroll early with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
No. 1 overall recruit Quinn Ewers is “leaning” toward skipping his senior year in high school to attend Ohio State, per @PeteThamel— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 28, 2021
He could sign NIL deals worth nearly seven figures pic.twitter.com/i4zRczhV6U
- Get in, losers. We’re going to the SEC.
SEC Presidents vote unanimously 14-0 to invite Oklahoma & Texas to join SEC. OU & UT’s Board of Regents meet Friday, when they are expected to officially accept invitations to become SEC’s 15th & 16th members— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 29, 2021