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Longhorns Daily News: What’s next for Texas’ Quinn Ewers: ‘Attack the offseason right away’

Plus: Texas WBB falls to Baylor

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Folks are already asking the question, not even 24 hours removed from the Texas Longhorns’ loss to Washington in the College Football Playoff Semifinals: what’s next for redshirt sophomore Quinn Ewers? Ewers gave a hint – on whether he’ll return for another college football season or enter the 2024 NFL Draft – in his post-game chat last night.

“I know that we’re going to work as hard as we can to try to be back,” Ewers said, according to Inside Texas. “That’s all we can really do. Attack the offseason the right way and just continue to build this team to what’s capable of being.”

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Texas fans shouldn’t overlook what it took to get here

Austin American-Statesman: Texas Longhorns report card: How UT graded in its loss to Washington

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Quinn Ewers may not be a Michael Penix, Jr., but no one else is

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Texas defense had no sacks, few stops and very little luck

Austin American-Statesman: Steve Sarkisian on final plays in Sugar Bowl, ‘resiliency’ of Texas team

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Penalties, turnovers were anything but sweet in Sugar Bowl loss

Dallas Morning News: National reactions to Texas’ CFP loss to Washington: ‘Rough night for the Longhorns’

Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from Texas-Washington: Longhorns fall just short of comeback in CFP debut

247Sports: Thirty-one more thoughts — one for every point scored by Texas — on the Longhorns’ CFP loss to Washington

247Sports: The focus for the Texas Longhorns turns to trying to maintain a championship level of success in 2024

247Sports: Inability to wrap up Michael Penix Jr. wiped out valiant Texas effort, led to Washington’s offensive outburst

247Sports: Snap Judgments: Texas had the running game to change the outcome of a 37-31 CFP loss to No. 2 Washington

Inside Texas: Frustrating finish, fantastic year, exciting future for Texas football

Inside Texas: Coach V: It just wasn’t meant to be

Inside Texas: Five quick thoughts: Texas loses wild game to Washington

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

No. 3 Texas vs. No. 2 Washington final score: Longhorns fall short on final plays in 37-31 defeat

No. 3 Texas vs. No. 2 Washington gamethread

2025 three-star LB Deuce Williams commits to Texas

No. 20 Texas beats UTA, 79-62

Texas football’s rise from irrelevancy, explained

Quinn Ewers’ winding journey from top recruit to Texas QB, explained

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: Five-star OT David Sanders Jr. talks a few of the programs catching his eye

247Sports: Under Armour All-America Game: Team Ice OL-DL Monday 1 on 1s

247Sports: Behind the scenes: How Texas landed Deuce Williams

Inside Texas: Alabama five-star plus+ WR commit Ryan Williams sets trio of official visits

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: Looking Forward to Foster: Home games to circle in the New Year

Frogs O’ War: 2024 TCU football recruiting class updates

The Smoking Musket: Defensive lineman enters transfer portal

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Iowa State defeats New Hampshire 85-70

Rock Chalk Talk: Jayhawks shock Wichita State

Black & Gold Banneret: Men’s basketball demolishes Bethune-Cookman, 98-54

Black & Gold Banneret: KJ Jefferson makes UCF a legit Big 12 title contender in 2024

Vanquish The Foe: Analyzing BYU’s non-conference resume and results

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: Alabama’s last play was broken from the start in College Football Playoff

SB Nation: Nikola Jokic’s volleyball assist has to be seen to be believed

SB Nation: Michigan players mocked Alabama in locker room with viral skit after Rose Bowl win

NEWS ACROSS LONGHORN NATION AND BEYOND

  • Texas women’s basketball fell to Baylor over the weekend.