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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Cincinnati Bengals LB/DE Joseph Ossai, a Texas alum, likely out for season

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Texas Longhorns alum Joseph Ossai, a third round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals as a linebacker and defensive end, is likely out for the year after suffering a meniscus tear.

Best put, this is every bit of a damn shame, as Ossai had begun to get hot in the preseason.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Sark: Thompson, Card look better in second scrimmage

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls, Golden: Texas has question marks, but also lots to work with

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Overshown progression from top DB to All-America LB candidate

Austin American-Statesman: Ojomo staying ‘on a straight path’ while pursuing passions at Texas

Austin American-Statesman: Pick Six: Quarterbacks dominate the list of early Heisman candidates

Dallas Morning News: Why joining SEC puts Steve Sarkisian, Texas between a rock and a hard place in history

247Sports: Who stood out in the Longhorns’ second preseason scrimmage?

247Sports: Morning Brew: Sarkisian’s biggest decision of Year 1 at Texas

247Sports: Rehab process on injured knee underway for Texas WR Troy Omeire

247Sports: Nuggets from Saturday’s second fall camp scrimmage

247Sports: Checking in on the progress of Texas’ five top tight ends

Inside Texas: Top five newcomers for Texas Longhorns football this season

Inside Texas: Why Kyle Flood chose Texas, and what tasks remain for the O-line in camp

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Steve Sarkisian on second Texas scrimmage: ‘I love the improvement on offense’

4-star WR Brenen Thompson names Texas in top 3

Texas launches group licensing for athletes

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

Austin American-Statesman: Latasha Lattimore joins talented 2021 recruiting class at Texas

247Sports: The Stampede: The latest on West Coast recruiting, NIL

247Sports: Observations on Maalik Murphy from first game

247Sports: Four-star 2023 athlete Dalton Brooks watching Texas, Texas A&M closely

Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns 2022 recruiting class has important needs remaining

Inside Texas: 5-star WR Evan Stewart talks visit plans, Texas, upcoming season

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Austin American-Statesman: How will realignment affect Big 12 coaches sitting on hot seat?

Our Daily Bears: Baylor names Gerry Bohanon starting QB

Viva the Matadors: Texas Tech shines on both sides during scrimmage

Frogs O’ War: TCU soccer takes down No. 9 Texas A&M in front of record-breaking crowd

Crimson and Cream Machine: BOOM! 2023 WR Brandon Inniss commits to Oklahoma

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Football: Power 5 conference projections for 2021

The Smoking Musket: 2021 Opponent Preview: A preseason look at the Texas Tech Red Raiders

The Smoking Musket: 2021 Opponent Preview: A preseason look at the Oklahoma Sooners

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: The quarterback decision no bull review

SB Nation: Malik Monk says LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Anthony Davis will ‘open everything up’ for him

SB Nation: Miguel Cabrera hits his 500th career home run

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • Texas just signed a big group licensing deal that spells out big news for NIL partnerships.
  • Texas alum Kai Jones might have something special going on in Charlotte.