Two years, two Directors’ Cup titles for the Texas Longhorns. That’s the story today, folks.
The award honors the best overall college athletics department in the country.
Texas has clinched a second straight Director’s Cup title, honoring the best overall Division I athletic department in the nation. Women’s track finished 2nd overall in Oregon. @Direct_Cupdates tracks the Cup standings.— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) June 12, 2022
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Former Texas star Adrian Alaniz is on the rise at Sinton
Austin American-Statesman: Texas goes to the CWS: Complete coverage of Longhorns in Omaha
Dallas Morning News: Texas talent: Meet some of the most influential and pioneering female athletes in history
Dallas Morning News: Doesn’t NCAA have better things to do than police an anthem singer over Horns Down sign?
247Sports: The Insider: Sizing up Texas’ dilemma at offensive tackle
Inside Texas: Will Texas simplify their run game in 2022?
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Longhorns preparing for much anticipated weekend with five-star quarterback Arch Manning
247Sports: Colton Vasek official visit update
247Sports: Texas legacy Landon Rink recaps weekend visit
Inside Texas: On3 Consensus No. 24 on campus in Austin, new offer goes out
Inside Texas: Texas pledge Jamel Johnson sets official visit to Austin
Inside Texas: On3 Consensus four-star Xzavier McLeod dives into Texas offer, recruitment
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
The Smoking Musket: Dante Stills named Preseason All-American
Rock Chalk Talk: Kansas Football Summer Enrollee Report: Tevita Noa
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Deshaun Watson’s sexual assault allegations, explained
SB Nation: Klay Thompson’s Game 6 history really is that impressive
SB Nation: The Warriors’ season-long defensive philosophy is paying dividends on the grandest stage
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Texas baseball has a few new All-Americans.