From 247Sports: “In fact, because of regime changes at a few SEC schools, you can add two more programs to the mix for the five-star quarterback: Florida and nearby LSU. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Manning still has a keen eye on Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss and Texas, schools he visited during the summer and returned for games during the fall. It’s a good bet that those four plus the twosome of LSU and Florida will get Manning on campus in the spring or summer.”
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Pete Hansen discusses what this season means for team, himself
Dallas Morning News: Texas offensive line outlook for 2022: How much of an impact will the new blood make?
247Sports: The Insider: Football winter workout notes, the journey of Quinn Ewers
Inside Texas: Column: ‘Win more,’ and Texas baseball can add national title No. 7 with this 2022 bunch
Inside Texas: Inside the gameplan: Rushing the passer in 2022
Inside Texas: Wednesday: Hoops strategy, portal prospects, two new offers
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Rising offensive lineman Connor Stroh discusses budding recruitment, relationship with Texas
247Sports: Top tight end target Lafayette Kaiuway discusses Texas, North Carolina visits
247Sports: The list of schools under consideration for Arch Manning grows
Inside Texas: Jamaal Shaw talks dream offer from the Texas Longhorns
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Our Daily Bears: Baylor loses muster, game 83-73 to Tech
Viva the Matadors: Round 2: Baylor heads to Lubbock to take on Texas Tech in a battle for second place in the conference
The Smoking Musket: Mountaineers fall to K-State, but get elite invite for next season
The Smoking Musket: Bad news offseason continues for Mountaineers as Daryl Porter Jr enters transfer portal
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Calvin Ridley’s mental health is not any of our business
SB Nation: Canada claims women’s gold medal over USA
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas women’s basketball picked up an upset win over the Iowa State Cyclones last night.
- Texas softball notched a win over the McNeese State Cowboys yesterday.