There’s one storyline that stands out this offseason for the Texas Longhorns.
Will returning starter and redshirt sophomore Quinn Ewers develop in a way that maintains his role? Or will newly arrived, fellow top recruit Arch Manning take Ewers’ job early on?
The questions about who will be under center for Texas only expand from there.
Quinn Ewers and Arch Manning next year pic.twitter.com/PiLXU7Er9q— LeScoringLeader (@devon_crowley) October 8, 2022
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Texas’ bottom line: UT sports generated surplus again for 2021-2022 year
Austin American-Statesman: From Justin Tucker to Poona Ford, ranking every Longhorns’ NFL season
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Horns don’t buckle in high-stakes affair with Oklahoma
Dallas Morning News: Texas OL outlook for 2023: Key underclassmen and newcomers set for big year
Dallas Morning News: Texas DL outlook for 2023: Will the defensive line continue to improve?
247Sports: The Brew: Nugget on Xavier Worthy; Texas men’s and women’s hoops both in first; and UT baseball opens 0-3
247Sports: Seven Texas Longhorns football assistant coaches set to receive contract extensions
Inside Texas: Best case, worst case spring football scenarios for new Texas arrivals
Inside Texas: On Texas Football: Previewing the Texas QB room before spring ball, Ewers, Manning
Inside Texas: IT Week in Review: Texas is a top five team according to the NCAA Selection Committee, baseball stumbles out of the gate
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
Reacts Results: Texas on track to earn their highest NCAA tournament seed since 2008
No. 6 Texas holds on for 85-83 win over Oklahoma in OT
No. 6 Texas vs. Oklahoma gamethread
Rally falls short as No. 8 Arkansas drops Texas 3-2
247Sports: The Stampede: A closer look at Tashard Choice and the 2024 running back board
Inside Texas: On Texas Football: A look behind the curtain as Jake Langi gets underway at Inside Texas
Inside Texas: Inside Scoop: More 2024 and 2025 names for March junior day, latest on several Southeast recruitments
Inside Texas: Ten 2024 prospects Texas needs to visit
Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns’ Sunday recruiting intel
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Associated Press: College basketball poll: Texas, Baylor remain in AP top 10; Texas A&M returns to ranking
Dallas Morning News: With Big 12 title up in the air, full-strength TCU could be the one to tip the scales
Our Daily Bears: Immaculate first half wasted in 87-71 loss to Kansas
Viva the Matadors: A Saturday like no other
Frogs O’ War: TCU 100, Oklahoma State 75: Mikey’s back, tell a friend
Bring On The Cats: Kansas State Basketball: How much does Kansas State have left?
Rock Chalk Talk: Jayhawks maul Bears
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: The XFL may be back, but the DC Defenders’ beer snake is not
SB Nation: Xander Schauffele keeps making incredible golf shots
SB Nation: Minor League Baseball player Anderson Comas comes out as gay with support from White Sox
NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND
- RIP, Red.
Red McCombs - a legendary San Antonio businessman and prominent Texas Longhorns booster - has died.— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) February 20, 2023
DKR Memorial Stadium’s end zone facility, as well as the business school and softball field at Texas, are both named after him. https://t.co/yJ8vQOgHqT pic.twitter.com/DyAYhmE3V1
- Texas women’s basketball took home another win over the weekend. This time, over the West Virginia Mountaineers.
HORNS HOUSE #HookEm pic.twitter.com/RWywd6ozyH— Texas Women's Basketball (@TexasWBB) February 19, 2023