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Longhorns Daily News: Texas’ regular season performance cited among notable CFP resumes so far

Plus: Texas volleyball rakes in the wins over Oklahoma

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A third of the college football regular season is already in the books, and according to some of the sport’s top analysts, the Texas Longhorns have one of the most impressive College Football Playoff resumes so far. That is, undefeated Texas is among the likes of Penn State, Florida State and Ohio State, according to a recent analysis at Inside Texas.

From Inside Texas: “Alabama’s win against Ole Miss helped the Longhorns’ resume, and so did Texas taking care of business with a 38-6 win Saturday at Baylor. These are the games that the Longhorns should make look easy but recently haven’t. Kansas comes to Austin this week, but the teams’ final meeting as Big 12 foes will look very different from the rest. The Jayhawks are 4-0, and Texas can’t afford to get caught peeking ahead at Oklahoma.”


Associated Press: Jonathon Brooks, defense lead Texas to dominant win vs. Baylor in final Big 12 opener

Austin American-Statesman: Texas basketball player Max Abmas ready for lone year with Longhorns

Austin American-Statesman: Texas defense taking a stand in its own red zone this football season

Austin American-Statesman: Texas Longhorns report card: How they graded in their win over Baylor

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: No. 3 Texas flexes its road muscle, but bigger tests await

Dallas Morning News: What Texas coach Steve Sarkisian said after Longhorns’ final Big 12 meeting with Baylor

Dallas Morning News: Texas, Oklahoma reportedly avoid significant financial hit for move to SEC

247Sports: Texas needs to bring road ‘attitude’ back to Austin

Inside Texas: Texas, surging on the field and the trail, arrives at a rising inflection point

Inside Texas: Top PFF grades from No. 3 Texas’ 38-6 win over Baylor


No. 1 OT Brandon Baker commits to Texas

No. 3 Texas opens as a 17.5-point favorite over Kansas

Inside the Numbers: Stifling defense continues to be key for Texas

No. 3 Texas 38, Baylor 6: Five observations and Sunday chat

No. 3 Texas 38, Baylor 6: Three things we learned


247Sports: The Stampede: Most important targets remaining for Texas

247Sports: What 5-star OL Brandon Baker’s commitment means for Texas

247Sports: Brandon Baker commitment analysis: Close-up look at new Texas 5-star OT commit

Inside Texas: Texas ascends to No. 11 in the class rankings with Baker’s commitment

Inside Texas: Kyle Flood’s ridiculous three-year stretch of recruiting results in SEC ready O-line

Inside Texas: Texas continues to build recruiting pipeline to California power Mater Dei High School

Inside Texas: The latest on D’antre Robinson


Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from Baylor’s deflating loss to No. 3 Texas: Horns end rivalry with a bang

Inside Texas: 2023 Baylor Post Mortem: Defense and not so special teams

Our Daily Bears: Instant Reaction: Texas defeats Baylor 38-6

Frogs O’ War: Quick Thoughts: TCU Football 34, SMU Mustangs 17

Frogs O’ War: Football: TCU receiving votes in Week 5 AP Poll

Frogs O’ War: Pro Frogs: Former TCU QB Andy Dalton makes first start for Carolina Panthers

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma defeats Cincinnati, 20-6, with stellar defense

The Smoking Musket: West Virginia holds on for gritty 20-13 win over Texas Tech

The Smoking Musket: What I think about 3-1 West Virginia

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Iowa State beats Oklahoma State

Bring On The Cats: Final: K-State welcomes UCF to the Big 12 in a 44-31 win

Rock Chalk Talk: Big second half propels Kansas over BYU 38-27


SB Nation: Sean Payton somehow managed to turn the Broncos into an even bigger joke

SB Nation: Texans fullback housed NFL Week 3’s most unlikely kickoff return TD

SB Nation: Tua Tagovailoa threw no-look shovel pass TD that would make Magic Johnson proud


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