Fifteen Questions About Texas College Football This Season
Texas is going to the SEC (but when?). The College Football Playoff may or may not be expanding to twelve teams. And the age of “name, image, and likeness” has already made UT Heisman Trophy candidate Bijan Robinson a #CaniacAmbassador, and should-have-been–Southlake Carroll–senior-quarterback Quinn Ewers a millionaire (eventually).And now we finally get to watch some games. The 2021 season actually started in August, a.k.a. Week Zero, with UTEP’s win over New Mexico State. And Thursday night, defending FCS champion Sam Houston State finished college football’s shortest off-season, beating Northern Arizona a mere 110 days after the title game in Frisco.Remember last year’s COVID-scrambled first few weeks, when the “I-35 Rivalry”—that would be UTSA–Texas State—got a prime afternoon slot on ESPN2, SMU-Houston got canceled (twice!), and…View Original Post
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