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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Urban Meyer knows why Tom Herman’s Texas is inconsistent

Plus: Texas women’s basketball lands big 2021 recruit

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Urban Meyer gets it. He understands the problems underlying Tom Herman’s Texas Longhorns.

The problem lies in developing NFL talent, despite Texas’ top-ranked recruiting classes.

“[The Longhorns] haven’t had many players drafted,” Meyer said on Fox. “That’s fine. The average viewer can say, ‘OK, that’s the what.’ But let’s dig deep, lift up the hood and say why — it’s evaluation process and it’s development of the player. If the NFL Draft doesn’t start showing more Texas Longhorn players every spring, it’s going to be the same old story.”



Austin American-Statesman: TCU 33, Texas 31: Our five questions for the Longhorns — answered

Austin American-Statesman: Self-sabotaged Saturday: Ninth-ranked Texas flubs, fumbles away 33-31 loss to TCU

Austin American-Statesman: Texas-TCU notebook: Quest for late points unsuccessful, costly right before halftime

Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Texas gave away the chance for a Big 12 takeover with OU looming

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Texas has a bad recent history to TCU — and rightly owns it after loss

Austin American-Statesman: Longhorns Unfiltered: TCU 33, Texas 31

Austin American-Statesman: Yet again, Tom Herman’s Longhorns must get off the mat after sloppy, disjointing loss

Austin American-Statesman: Texas report card: As expected, the grades out of the 33-31 loss to TCU aren’t good

Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Iowa State, TCU make their presence known

Austin American-Statesman: Longhorn Confidential: Monday, Oct. 5

Dallas Morning News: 5 takeaways from Texas’ loss to TCU: Longhorns can’t come up with late heroics

Dallas Morning News: National reaction to Texas’ loss to TCU: Horned Frogs have Longhorns’ number since moving to Big 12

Dallas Morning News: AP college football poll (Oct. 4): SMU jumps all the way up to No. 18; Texas A&M, Texas and OU tumble

Dallas Morning News: After rocky starts, Texas-Oklahoma offers chance for early-season turnaround, possible Big 12 title hopes

247Sports: Texas-TCU Grades: Linebacker woes evident in Texas’ loss to TCU

247Sports: Morning Brew: Sign of a well-coached team is weekly improvement


No. 9 Texas vs. TCU: Game thread

No. 9 Texas falls to TCU, 33-31: Post-game commiseration thread

Watch: Instant Analysis of Texas’ loss to TCU

Initial takeaways from Texas’ 33-31 loss to TCU

Texas remains ranked in latest AP Top 25 following loss to TCU

Post-game thoughts — TCU 33, Texas 31

Texas CB Kenyatta Watson II intends to enter NCAA transfer portal

No. 22 Texas opens as underdog to Oklahoma

Inside the Numbers: Texas left a ton on the field Saturday

TCU takes down No. 9 Texas, 33-31, after late fumble, numerous mistakes by the Horns


Austin American-Statesman: The Dotted Line: Hayden Conner has never second-guessed his pledge to Texas

247Sports: The Stampede: Confidence ratings on remaining 2021 targets

247Sports: No. 1 overall prospect Quinn Ewers shines in opener

247Sports: The latest on blue-chip OL Bryce Foster


Our Daily Bears: Bad offense and bad officiating: Baylor falls to West Virginia 27-21 in double OT

Viva the Matadors: Grading the Texas Tech offense after a tough loss against K-State

Frogs O’ War: MMQB: Goal line miracle

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma football: Adversity strikes for Lincoln Riley

Cowboys Ride for Free: No. 17 Oklahoma State rolls to 47-7 win over Kansas

The Smoking Musket: What I think about taking Baylor to 2 OTs

Rock Chalk Talk: A (semi) statistical recap of Oklahoma State

Bring On the Cats: K-State beats Texas Tech

Wide Right and Natty Lite: Iowa State football post-mortem: Oklahoma


Banner Society: The persistence of memory, by Will Muschamp and Mike Bobo

SBNation: Jimmy Butler dominated LeBron James in an NBA Finals game like no one ever has

SBNation: Matt Patricia hammered for saying he took over a team that needed ‘a lot of work’


  • Texas women’s basketball picked up a big 2021 recruit in Kyndall Hunter out of Cypress Creek, the Austin American-Statesman reports. From the Statesman: “The 5-7 Hunter is rated by espnW HoopGurlz as the No. 24 prospect in the 2021 recruiting cycle. She is the class’ seventh-best point guard. Hunter joins a Class of 2021 at Texas that already includes the No. 6 (Aaliyah Moore) and No. 10 (Rori Harmon) recruits in the country. Even before Hunter’s commitment, espnW regarded UT’s recruiting class as the nation’s fourth-best.”
  • Took the words right out of our mouths.