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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas, Texas Tech reportedly planning to continue rivalry following Longhorns’ move to the SEC

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Plus: Texas’ quarterback woes on full display

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247Sports reports that the Texas Longhorns and Texas Tech Red Raiders are in talks to continue their longstanding rivalry as non-conference opponents once Texas makes to the move to the SEC, a move that’s anticipated to take place as soon as 2023 or as late as 2025.

The Austin American-Statesman confirmed the report.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Hog wild: Arkansas throttles Texas 40-21 as Horns’ offense sputters

Austin American-Statesman: Third quarter stumbles cost Texas in its comeback attempt at Arkansas

Austin American-Statesman: How the Texas Longhorns graded out in their loss to Arkansas

Austin American-Statesman: Texas’ Sarkisian: ‘We’ve got to get back to the drawing board’

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Razorbacks show how Texas isn’t quite ready for the SEC yet

Dallas Morning News: Welcome to the league: Maybe there’s still time for Texas to rethink this whole SEC thing

Dallas Morning News: National reaction to Texas’ loss to Arkansas: Longhorns get harsh preview of life in SEC

Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from No. 15 Texas’ loss to Arkansas: Razorbacks dominate Longhorns on line of scrimmage

247Sports: Recap: No. 15 Texas bullied in humbling road loss to Arkansas, 40-21

247Sports: Pick Six: Texas program still has many unanswered questions: Recap: No. 15 Texas bullied in humbling road loss to Arkansas, 40-21

Inside Texas: Texas-Arkansas Postmortem: Offense

Inside Texas: Smelling Salts: Coming to after getting knocked out by Arkansas

Inside Texas: Texas-Arkansas Postmortem: Defense/special teams

Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns suffer their worst loss in five years

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Texas drops out of AP Poll Top 25 following Arkansa loss

Steve Sarkisian’s honeymoon is over as Arkansas embarrasses No. 15 Texas, 40-21

Live Reaction: Texas falls to Arkansas 40-21

Initial thoughts from Texas’ 40-21 blowout loss to Arkansas

Texas unable to contain the Arkansas ground game: Post-game commiseration thread

No. 15 Texas vs. Arkansas: Game thread

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: Four-star offensive lineman Harris Sewell projects to be an elite prize in 2023 class

247Sports: The Stampede: Class numbers, new faces out west and flip chances

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: Baylor blasts Texas Southern 66-7

Our Daily Bears: Twitter news and reactions to Big 12 adding BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, Houston

Viva the Matadors: Game Thread: Stephen F. Austin

Frogs O’ War: Quick Thoughts: Frogs squeak by Bears 34-32

Frogs O’ War: TCU 34, Cal 32: A win is a win

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Sooners Football: OU blasts Western Carolina, 76-0

Crimson and Cream Machine: OU rises to No. 3 in AP Poll

Cowboys Ride For Free: Turnpike (too close) Classic

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia steamrolls LIU for first win of the season

The Smoking Musket: What I think after ‘dominating’ LIU

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Iowa State utterly embarrassed by Iowa

Bring On The Cats: K-State survives Southern Illinois 31-23

Rock Chalk Talk: A semi statistical recap of Coastal Carolina

WHAT WE’RE READING

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SB Nation: Matthew Stafford sets career highs in passer rating, Y/A in Rams debut

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • At least Texas isn’t the only Lone Star team trying to figure out its quarterback situation.
  • And speaking of quarterbacks, at least Casey Thompson had some wheels underneath him.
  • In other news, Urban Meyer had a rough day in his NFL debut.