The Texas Longhorns’ football program is the only team to produce multiple semifinalists for this season’s Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top Division 1 offensive player. Texas has four semifinalists altogether in 2023, including quarterback Quinn Ewers, running back Jonathon Brooks, and wide receivers Xavier Worthy and Adonai Mitchell.
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
247Sports: Could Alfred Collins be next year’s T’Vondre Sweat or Byron Murphy for the Texas Longhorns?
Inside Texas: Saturday provides Steve Sarkisian a chance to live up to his own preseason optimism
Inside Texas: Inside Texas Roundtable: Big 12 Championship memories, storylines, players to watch, predictions
Inside Texas: Texas’ Big 12 Championship game plan
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Five-star Longhorns OT commit Brandon Baker talks Texas ahead of enrolling early
247Sports: McKinney 5-star safety and Florida commit Xavier Filsaime schedules official visit to Texas
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Austin American-Statesman: Texas vs Oklahoma State predictions for 2023 Big 12 Championship game
247Sports: PFF Grades: Top 10 Oklahoma State players ahead of Big 12 Championship Game vs. Texas
247Sports: Horns247 Staff Predictions: No. 7 Texas vs. No. 18 Oklahoma State
Inside Texas: Comparing statistics between Big 12 finalists Texas and Oklahoma State
Our Daily Bears: Big 12 football championship preview
Frogs O’ War: Football: three-star wide receiver Dozie Ezukanma commits to TCU
Frogs O’ War: Big 12 Championship Preview: Texas vs. Oklahoma State
Rock Chalk Talk: KU volleyball advances in NCAA Tournament
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Establish the Fun: Pac-12, Conference-USA, Sun Belt football championship games in spotlight
SB Nation: DK Metcalf learning sign language to talk trash is the funniest bit in the NFL
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- Texas volleyball continues its NCAA Tournament campaign against SMU tonight at 7pm Central.
- Texas women’s basketball takes on UConn on Sunday at 2pm Central.
- Texas men’s basketball’s Max Abmas was coming in hot last night.