Happy Friday, all.
Justin joins to discuss all things 2019 recruiting as well as a little on the 2020 class.
Tuesday notes on the team after the Big 12 Championship and coaches seeing targets on the road.
We’ll post team information tomorrow. I’ll talk to more today, as will Justin. Obviously the most pressing news is regarding Caden Sterns’ MRI. We haven’t heard anything substantial yet, but should today. Notes/quotes from Jackson, Catalon, and Glass + Texas coaches hit the road this week. Find out where in the Scoop.
The University of Texas Football program has been selected to represent the Big 12 Conference in the 2019 Allstate Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Kickoff against Georgia will be at 7:45 p.m. CT on ESPN.
Texas-OU, the Rematch. Sam vs Kyler. Herman vs Riley. The IT Roundtable gives you all.
T-minus 24 hours and counting until the Death Star launches. It isn’t a week the team needed outside motivation, but it has been presented in the form of all Big 12 Conference snubs and a consensus feeling outside the program that OU is going to win. In the day and age of social media, of course outside noise filters in.
Ian joins because nobody needles the Sooners better. We break down the match up from many angles, note how each team mimics their quarterback (sucks for you, OU) and make predictions. We also discuss the coaching carousel which is much more fun when the team you cover is not on it.
Texas versus OU for conference supremacy….in December. Before it came to this, both teams had to win on the road with Texas drawing Kansas and OU playing West Virginia.
Merging thankfulness on this day and football is pretty easy given just two Thanksgivings ago the internet went haywire with news of Tom Herman and LSU nearing a deal. It crawled on ESPN and essentially ruined any chance of a nice peaceful evening for thousands of UT fans. Because of that night I’ll forever point to it when I tell my wife, “hey, at least it’s not the Tom Herman/Texas Thanksgiving.”