Read his sharp comments about the state of the Sooners for yourself, per 247Sports.
A lot of guys don’t get another chance, to start over where they’re really wanted,” Rattler told ESPN, according to 247Sports’ recent report. “I was just happy to get away from a toxic situation and get somewhere new. Anywhere was going to be better, and I found the right place. That will be a story for later. I don’t want to get too in depth with it, but it was out of my control. All I can tell you is that we were undefeated at the time I was benched. We won a championship the year before and were going to win another one. I could go on and on.”
On and on, indeed.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Exclusive: Texas’ Chris Beard reflects on season, Longhorns’ future
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls, Golden: Sarkisian was right to intervene after player’s remarks
Austin American-Statesman: Quarterback Hudson Card eyeing a return to the starting lineup at Texas
Inside Texas: Is Alabama really the favorite in 2022?
Inside Texas: Inside Texas Today: Moody Center’s first week, Jordan Spieth wins at Harbour Town
Inside Texas: Sunday: More scrimmage notes, portal prospect info
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: The Stampede: Resetting the board ahead of spring evaluation period
247Sports: Top performers from EXOS Select 50 showcase
247Sports: Four-star junior guard Taison Chatman is turning heads
247Sports: Devin McCuin recaps Texas visit, conversations with Blake Gideon and Gary Patterson
247Sports: Four-star wide receiver Deandre Moore on campus in Austin for weekend visit
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
247Sports: Big 12 football: Biggest trap games for 2022 season
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: 3 things as the Mavericks soldier on against the Jazz in game two
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Two L’s and a W for Texas softball against Oklahoma this past weekend.