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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: WATCH: Texas alum Sam Ehlinger puts team on his back in Indianapolis Colts’ preseason win

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Plus: Quinn Ewers is racking up NIL deals

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It took six plays and 75 yards for Texas Longhorns alum Sam Ehlinger to lead the Indianapolis Colts to tie up the game in the fourth quarter of the Indianapolis Colts’ preseason opener against the Carolina Panthers, bringing the score 16-18, Panthers favor.

The Colts decided to go for a two-point conversion, and if you’ve watched the Longhorns at any point between 2017 through 2020, you probably have an idea of what happened next.

See for yourself:

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Sooners sit atop my Top 25 football ballot in push for variety

Austin American-Statesman: Sark disappointed in QBs after first scrimmage

Dallas Morning News: ‘Pressure is a privilege’: No. 6 ranking has Jimbo Fisher’s Aggies circled in red by contenders

247Sports: Breakfast Bites: Musing on the Texas quarterback battle and the allure of Austin

247Sports: Quarterback battle remains too close to call after first scrimmage

Inside Texas: Texas training camp developments at quarterback

Inside Texas: What’s the next step in Texas preseason camp?

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

WATCH: Highlights from the first Texas scrimmage

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: Mike at Night: Can Texas flip any recruits this fall?

247Sports: Texas one of many schools in consideration for four-star OL Neto Umeozulu

247Sports: Brenen Thompson discusses contenders ahead of top schools release

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Cowboys Ride For Free: Marcus Smart signs 4-year extension with Boston

The Smoking Musket: Who will help Leddie Brown carry the ball for the West Virginia offense?

The Smoking Musket: 2021 Opponent Preview: Long Island Sharks

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: Falcons are first NFL team with 100% vaccination rate among players

SB Nation: Russell Westbrook doesn’t know how long he’ll be with Lakers, but is committed to giving them everything he has

SB Nation: 5 NBA stars who could be traded next

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • CBS Sports thinks the Texas A&M Aggies are the best college football team in the Lone Star State, and if Texas’ Saturday’s preseason scrimmage is any indication, that’s ... likely true. From CBS Sports: “Other Lone Star State schools like Texas, SMU, Baylor and TCU have had their moments in recent years, but Texas A&M has remained consistent and now appears to be peaking entering 2021.”
  • Former Texas commit-turned-Ohio State Buckeyes early enrollee Quinn Ewers is racking up NIL deals.