• Brent Musburger to retire from ESPN on Jan. 31
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    Brent Musburger to retire from ESPN on Jan. 31

    Longtime play-by-play announcer Brent Musburger will retire from ESPN at the end of the month, he announced Wednesday. He will call his final game – Kentucky vs. Georgia – on Jan. 31. Musburger told The Associated Press he is leaving sports broadcasting to help his family start a sports handicapping business and to travel for

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  • Texas Tech QB Mahomes declares for NFL Draft
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    Texas Tech QB Mahomes declares for NFL Draft

    It’s official: Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes is declaring for the NFL Draft. The junior will forgo his final season of eligibility in order to take part in the draft. The timing makes sense. He’s ranked as the No. 5 quarterback prospect by ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. and received a second-round grade from the draft

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  • UTSA faces New Mexico in first-ever bowl game
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    UTSA faces New Mexico in first-ever bowl game

    It’s a big moment for UTSA. The Roadrunners have never been to a bowl game in the history of the program – never mind that the program began in 2011. But they made it; they take on the New Mexico Lobos on Saturday at the New Mexico Bowl. The Roadrunners are a scrappy little 6-6

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  • Texas hires top choice Tom Herman as head coach
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    Texas hires top choice Tom Herman as head coach

    Charlie Strong is out, Tom Herman is in. The University of Texas officially fired Strong after Texas lost to TCU on Friday, replacing him with Houston head coach Herman. In a statement released by Texas, Herman said, “Longhorn football has been – and always will be – a national power, winning and playing for national

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  • Source: Charlie Strong to be fired as Texas head coach
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    Source: Charlie Strong to be fired as Texas head coach

    We all knew it was coming. According to multiple sources, Texas has decided to fire head football coach Charlie Strong. It won’t be right away. Texas officials decided weeks ago that Charlie Strong would coach the entire season, win or lose. They’re sticking with that plan, which is especially important because they don’t want the

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  • Texas looking for win, bowl eligibility against Kansas
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    Texas looking for win, bowl eligibility against Kansas

    It’s been almost 80 years since the Kansas Jayhawks beat the Texas Longhorns. Don’t expect that to change Saturday. The Longhorns haven’t been having a stellar season, true; they’re 5-5 this season, and coach Charlie Strong may not have a job come January. But as iffy as they are, the Jayhawks are worse – 1-9,

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  • Aggies desperate for win against Roadrunners, and vice versa
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    Aggies desperate for win against Roadrunners, and vice versa

    Texas A&M started this season strong, going 6-0 and ranking No. 4. Since then, however, the Aggies have lost three of their four games and are desperate for a win this weekend. They’re hosting the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners on Saturday morning. UTSA has a 5-5 record and are coming off a

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  • This week in college football: Texas edition
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    This week in college football: Texas edition

    Texas Longhorns vs. West Virginia Mountaineers The Mountaineers have the edge in this matchup. Yes, the Longhorns are coming off back-to-back wins and are undefeated at home, but West Virginia’s defense is stronger than theirs. Overall, really, the Mountaineers are a more complete team than Texas. D’Onta Foreman is the one major player who will

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  • Longhorns hoping for road win against Red Raiders
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    Longhorns hoping for road win against Red Raiders

    The Texas Longhorns haven’t gotten a single road win this season. They’re going to try to remedy that on Saturday when they travel to Lubbock to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Texas and Texas Tech have the same record (2-3, 4-4), but Tech has one road win – over TCU last week in

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