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Report: SMU 'floating $4 million annually' to entice Mack Brown

If SMU fails to land Mack Brown as its next head coach, it won’t be for lack of trying.  Or financial incentive.

In a piece detailing just who may… 436 more words

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Texas OC, Okla. St. trade lawsuits over play-calling duties

Just who is calling plays for Texas in 2014 is at the heart of a pair of lawsuits that have begun their journeys through the legal system. 418 more words

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Texas could pay student-athletes $10K annually

Everyone knew there was a new day dawning for collegiate athletics, thanks to autonomy for Power Five conferences and the O’Bannon lawsuit and the like. Part of the change called for increased benefits for all student-athletes in elite conferences specifically, including football players. 384 more words

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Dust. Wind. Dude.

The Analog Kid is off to Manhattan so that I can attend my 179th consecutive Texas Longhorns football game. If that sounds exciting, I suppose I should clarify that I am traveling to the Manhattan in Kansas, not the one in New York City. 84 more words

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Report: Texas plans to start paying their athletes $10,000 stipend

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Lost in the hubbub of media days and North Carolina investigations was a report on Tuesday night from the Dallas Morning News stating that Texas, if they lose the Ed O’Bannon ruling,  217 more words

Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Week 8 Player of the Week: Josh Doctson, TCU

As a member of the panel that will select the 2014 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award winner, each week I’ll publish the release awarding the Player of the Week award. 394 more words

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College Football UK TV Listings – Week 9

After a mad, mad, mad few weeks of games where ranked teams have been facing ranked teams and the Top 25 has been shaken up completely, college football is taking a collective breath before an enormous five-Saturday November that will dictate “Who’s In”. 244 more words