Last weekend, Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren joined HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel for a sit-down chat. Included in the conversation was a nugget on conference expansion news – of which the Texas Longhorns were among the initial triggers to re-engage – that suggests the Big Ten Conference doesn’t intend to stop at 16 schools.
But who joins the Big Ten next?
Let’s hear your most justified theories in the comment section.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Everything you need to know about the entire 2022 Texas football roster
247Sports: Steve Sarkisian recaps Texas fall camp
247Sports: Morning Brew: Some football updates heading into game week
Inside Texas: Texas embarks on (mock) game week and other notes from Steve Sarkisian’s Thursday availability
Inside Texas: Gentle reminder: For Texas, it’s the year before the year
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: The Huddle: Recruiting notes on TXHSFB opening day
247Sports: Where to find Texas commits in action this weekend
247Sports: Duncanville’s Dakorien Moore named nation’s No. 1 WR in initial 2025 ranking
Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns Thursday recruiting nuggets
Inside Texas: 2024 WR Parker Livingstone focusing on football, recruitment
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Austin American-Statesman: Best of the Big 12: Worthy, Hutchinson top conference’s best wide receivers
Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Football: Which cats can play Cheetah for Brent Venables?
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Matt Araiza, 2 other San Diego State football players, accused of gang rape in lawsuit
SB Nation: Aaron Donald was dual wielding helmets during the Rams-Bengals practice brawl
SB Nation: South Carolina might rename their mascot ‘Cock Commander,’ but we have some other ideas
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- DraftKings odds have arrived, folks. That means football is around the corner. According to DraftKings SportsBook, Texas is favored by 31 points over ULM. More info below:
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Texas Longhorns 2022 record prediction:— Realistic Horn (@Bugman94) August 23, 2022
7-5… not gonna say who the 5 losses are, because its a complete toss up. Ewers will have his growing pains. Defense still won’t be top 50.
Sorry for not drinking the koolaid. Hope I’m wrong.