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Time for a change: Kansas State names a new starting quarterback for the Texas game

Bill Snyder sometimes steps on a pedestal to preach about how schools are putting too much money into big, gaudy sports palaces. He doesn’t like excess. That’s a big no for the 78-year-old, so he doesn’t mind gigging administrators (including his own) who are all in on the building trend. Read More

Texas notebook: With P.J. Locke III working as a lecturer, freshmen asking questions at DBU

Texas nickel back P.J. Locke III apparently has picked up a side job this season — as a professor at DBU. The senior defender has been handing out homework assignments. Locke said Tuesday that he has tasked his fellow Longhorns defensive backs with writing down the things they did wrong … Read More

Having won three straight, Texas coach Tom Herman breezing through Mondays now

You can always gauge the mood of the Texas football program by the Monday press conference. Coach Tom Herman was trapped in a fox hole after the season-opening loss to Maryland. The next week, following a close win over Tulsa, reporters were asking Herman if he’s … Read More

The Dotted Line: Jalen Catalon names top four; Jake Smith earns All-American honors

The day that Texas earned a commitment from one four-star safety in Tyler Owens of Plano East, another four-star safety announced that the Longhorns were among his final four. Mansfield Legacy standout Jalen Catalon, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in the first game … Read More

Kirk Bohls

American-Statesman Staff

Bohls: So how hot is Shaka Smart’s seat? Not very, according to his boss

So we’ll just cut to the chase. Now that Tom Herman is safely out of the woods, we turn our attention to Shaka Smart, who just so happened to show up for his preseason press conference at Bellmont Hall on Monday. So, Shaka, just how hot is your seat? “I … Read More

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