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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Despite State Fair cancelation, Oklahoma, Texas ADs say Cotton Bowl will happen in 2020

Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Plus: Big 12 visiting bands will stay home this season In case there was any confusion, the Red River Shootout is still on for 2020. Texas Longhorns vice president and athletics director Chris Del Conte release a statement on Tuesday. “Though we certainly respect and understand the…

Our 12th annual preseason Top 25: Was it a mirage, or is Mack back? No. 18 North Carolina hopes so

The 2020 college football season is two months away. Right? As it approaches with question marks, our 12th annual countdown series of our preseason Top 25, as selected by the American-Statesman sports staff, breaks down who we think are the top teams in the country. Last year’s eventual College Football Playoff semifinalists ranked first, fourth,…

Texas baseball adds to the 2020 signing class

Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images After losing four signees to the 2020 MLB Draft, David Pierce and his staff replaced them with three summer signees. Texas Longhorns baseball announced today the addition of three new players to the 2020 signing class. Head coach David Pierce added two graduate transfers and a freshman…

Longhorns add reinforcements for 2021 baseball season as two graduate transfers sign with Texas

Texas announced on Tuesday afternoon that graduate transfers Mike Antico and Palmer Wenzel had officially joined the Longhorns. UT also added freshman pitcher Lebarron Johnson to its roster. The three newest Longhorns join a 2020 recruiting class that Baseball America once ranked as the nation’s best. Texas, however, recently lost four of its signees to…

Report: Big 12 schools agree to bench visiting bands, spirit squads over coronavirus fears

Big 12 schools have reached an agreement where visiting bands and spirit groups will not travel to conference road games this season because of COVID-19 concerns, according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. The decision comes as Texas-based athletic directors grapple with how to space out season ticket holders to meet Gov. Greg Abbott’s current mandate of…

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