Six and OH baby! I go over my initial thoughts and gut reactions to the victory over Texas, give out and some game balls and check in with the Cowgirl Golf Team. Jaylen Warren remains the key piece to our offense. Collin Oliver had a crucial sack late in the game. Did Malcolm Rodriguez laying out Casey Thompson affect his play moving forward? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We discuss how much Squid Game made Netflix, why Jason was riding a rollercoaster of emotion watching the Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys this weekend, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Texas Longhorns pulled ahead early, but couldn't sustain the offensive momentum and allowed the Oklahoma Sooners to erase a three-score lead en route to a 55-48 loss in the Red River Showdown. The Longhorns put up massive numbers early, en route to a 388 yard, five touchdown performance from Casey Thompson, who connected with Xavier Worthy for a record-setting 261 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Both are now set up for big finishes in the second half that could etch their names in the record books when it's all said and done. However, the defense stole the show in the worst way possible, putting together one of the worst all-time performances against the run en route to the loss. So what does this say about where Texas is in the early stages of the Sark era and where does the team go from here? Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Joe Cook was on the 40 Acres today to speak with Texas football coach Steve Sarkisian and players Bijan Robinson, Casey Thompson and more, as the Horns prepare for Oklahoma State this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Winning is *still* hard against Oklahoma. Wescott Eberts and Cameron Parker share their final thoughts on the Longhorns 55-48 loss to Oklahoma and where this ranks in the echelon of great Texas losses. We dive into the good and bad of Steve Sarkisian's game management (3:30) versus the Sooners before talking about the mental toughness of this Texas team and if Sark is still trying to change the attitude in the locker room (5:30). Next, we talk about Oklahoma's rushing attack, the Texas defensive line, and Jacoby Jones injury. Plus, the Texas offensive woes in the 2nd half (10:00), penalties on the O-Line, lack of touches for Roschon Johnson and Keilan Robinson, and who will have to step up in the wake of Jordan Whittington's injury (13:30). Finally, we conclude with a discussion on Xavier Worthy's fumble on the kickoff return (17:00) and the impressive performances of Casey Thompson and Caleb Williams (20:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We discuss who thinks candy corn bratwurst is a good idea, the Longhorns losing to Oklahoma in the Red River Rivalry and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It was the tale of two halves for Texas football Saturday inside the Cotton Bowl. The Longhorns got off to a roaring start against the Sooners and enforced their will throughout the first half of the Red River Shootout. But the first-half dream turned into a second-half nightmare when Oklahoma erased an 18-point deficit coming out of halftime and handed the Longhorns their second loss of the season, 55-48. The Flagship Podcast returns with a recap of Saturday's thriller between Texas and Oklahoma. Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes break down the Longhorns' performance against the Sooners and weigh in on everything from the play by Casey Thompson, to the impressive career performance of wide receiver Xavier Worthy and the key moments that led to the second-half collapse in the Cotton Bowl. Chip and Taylor take a look at the defense's performance and explain why fans need to tap the breaks on calling for jobs considering the amount of plays (81) and time (35:23) the defense was on the field against the Sooners compared to that of the Texas offense, which only managed 61 plays on 24:37 time of possession and converted just one third down in the second half of the game against Oklahoma. The Flagship wraps up the show with an early look at what's to come for the Longhorns as they enter the second half of the 2021 slate beginning Saturday when Texas returns to Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium to host Oklahoma State at 11 a.m. CT on FOX. Texas fans won't want to miss this week's Red River recap episode of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chuck opens hour two with ‘CFB 365.' We talk Texas Longhorns with Taylor Estes of Horns247. He then talks Ole Miss Rebels with Michael Borkey of SportsTalk Mississippi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chuck opens hour two with ‘CFB 365.' We talk Texas Longhorns with Taylor Estes of Horns247. He then talks Ole Miss Rebels with Michael Borkey of SportsTalk Mississippi. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The podcast starts off with fireworks as Carey pretty much melts down over production issues with the Isaiah Thomas Show and some guy smashing his new Eskridge Lexus up in the Chick-fil-A drive thru. But we get quickly down to business about the defense and Alex Grinch's public criticism of their play and practice habits. We also get Josh and Bob's thoughts one what we saw last week and then we breakdown a lot of Texas. Everyone is still baffled Bijan Robinson barely played a year ago. We talk about Casey Thompson and what OU potentially faces with the UT offensive line. Josh's big recruiting trips and big commitments to come. Where does OU sit with two potential huge commitments over the next couple of weeks? The commits might be the only thing to convince Carey he's not actually living in a hell dimension. The full rundown follows below: 00:00 - It's OU-Texas Week 16:00 - Bijan Robinson is a DUDE dude 21:00 - Casey Thompson QB1. Cool story. 31:00 - OU offense took steps in Manhattan 56:00 - Josh M visited trio of Los Alamitos commits 1:08:00 - Gavin Sawchuck 1:11:00 - Big few weeks ahead for OU? Gabe Dindy/Gentry Williams announcements coming soon
In the opening take, Lee plays some sound from Alex Grinch and talks about how mad he was after the Kansas State game. Then Grant joins to talk briefly about his terrible food takes before getting more serious about Grinch and the defensive woes (5:40). Is Bijan Robinson the entire Texas offense? How much should we take from the Texas-Arkansas game? How did Sark decide on Hudson Card as the opening day starter over Casey Thompson (23:00)? After looking really good against Arkansas, Rice, and Texas Tech, Casey Thompson had mixed results against TCU. What is the blueprint for OU's defense against the Texas offense (32:00)? Texas has more RBs than just Bijan Robinson. A Texas starter on the O-Line is out for the year, plus we wrap up OU's defense vs the Texas offense (40:45). This Texas defense has a lot of similarities to the defense OU just saw. Texas is not very good against the run and at times the Horns invite teams to run the ball (50:30). Which Spencer Rattler will show up at the Cotton Bowl (59:45)? The guys provide their final thoughts predicitions for OU-Texas (1:04:10). We hit on Justin Harrington reportedly entering the Transfer Portal, and would you want to see Bookie back on the team this year (1:14:10)? We take a look at the Big 12. WVU is at Baylor and TCU travels to Texas Tech. Grant thinks TCU may be bad (1:18:00). Grant's been red hot making picks recently. 9-1 in his last 10. Let's see if he can stay hot this week as the guys pick Michigan State-Rutgers/Arkansas-Ole Miss/Georgia-Auburn/Penn State-Iowa/Michigan-Nebraska (1:23:10). Finally, Grant has a weird feeling that there could be a massive upset this week in college football (1:43:00). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Former OU QB Charles Thompson drops BOMBSHELLS on how his son & Texas QB Casey Thompson almost became a Sooners on multiple occasions &, breaks down OU/TX| Parker and Brandon break down game OU/TX too|5-star OU legacies Gentry Williams & Gabe Dindy upcoming decisions| OU/TX score predictions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode of the Locked On Sooners Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network, John Williams, Managing Editor of the Sooners Wire powered by USA TODAY Sports, provides his final thoughts on the Sooners win over Kansas State, Discusses the idea of "good wins" with feedback from Twitter, and provides a look at Texas quarterback Casey Thompson ahead of the Red River Showdown this Saturday in the Cotton Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Paul and Kevin discuss Texas breaking through the Purple Haze of TCU's recent dominance. Bijan Robinson and Anthony Cook get game balls for their effort in the 32-27 win. The emotional backlash to any critiques of Casey Thompson's play in Ft Worth force a broader question: what is it about the QB position across all teams that pushes fans to such tribalism, binary thinking, and general madness? Analysts can eviscerate the play of any other position with no pushback or accusations of agenda, but moderate straightforward critiques of a preferred signal caller elicit deep passions. The guys try to figure it out. Then it's on to breaking down Oklahoma. HATE WEEK! What previous stops have prepared Sark for this rivalry? The time is now for your new mortgage or refi with Gabe Winslow at 832-557-1095 or MortgagesbyGabe. Then get your financial life in order with advisor David McClellan with a free consult: email@example.com. Need a great CenTex realtor? Contact Laura Baker at 512-784-0505 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Send your questions and comments to email@example.com.
We're talking Spencer Rattler vs Casey Thompson. Steve Sarkisian vs Lincoln Riley. Red River Showdown is here and we're gonna talk Texas and Oklahoma. Can the Oklahoma run defense show to be as legit as their numbers say? Will the Texas offense tendency to stay on schedule prove better than Oklahoma's ability to hit a shot?
We discuss how Covid may give you restless anal syndrom, a round of Just Chillin Y'all and Dennis De La Pena on why Casey Thompson is a gamer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Texas Longhorns face yet another tough test early in the season, heading into Fort Worth to try and knock off the TCU Horned Frogs - something they haven't managed to do since 2013. The Longhorns bring one of the top offenses in the country into the matchup - trying to capitalize on the generational talent they have at running back with Bijan Robinson and the newfound offensive success under quarterback Casey Thompson. TCU has struggled defensively but could take a major step forward defensively after key pieces of that unit return from injury. Texas also has to contend in a quarterback that has found a ton of success against its defense in the past in Max Duggan, with the added pressure of defending one of the other top running backs in the country - fellow 2020 commit Zach Evans. With the potential for rainy conditions, it could end up as a battle of attrition decided along the trenches on Saturday. Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Texas football got off to a solid start to Big 12 play in the Longhorns' 70-35 win over Texas Tech. The stout performance will need to continue in the coming weeks as Texas prepares for a gauntlet stretch of the 2021 schedule, which starts this weekend against TCU. The Flagship Podcast starts off the week with a loaded show as Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes weigh in on the Longhorns' dominant win over the Red Raiders and look ahead to what Texas will face this weekend at TCU. The Flagship talks about the Horned Frogs' upset loss to SMU, particularly the questionable at best performance by the TCU defense, which allowed 350 yards rushing to the Mustangs. Chip and Taylor discuss how Texas will likely see a far improved TCU team this week considering the Horned Frogs' success in preparing for Texas since joining the Big 12 and weigh in on ways the Longhorns can further expose this TCU defense with the continued production shown by Casey Thompson and the plethora of dominant running backs Texas has at its disposal, starting with Bijan Robinson. The Flagship also weighs in on the Texas defense's performance to start Big 12 play and discuss some key areas of focus for the unit as the Longhorns make their way through conference play. After a quick break, The Flagship returns with our 'Love it or leave it' segment, with this week's topics touching on the surprising performance by both the Texas offense and the TCU defense last week, how prepared this Horned Frogs' team will be when they take on the Longhorns Saturday and give some way-too-early odds for Texas' chances at being in a Big 12 title game after some of the top teams in the conference struggling early in the season. Catch all of that and much more on The Flagship Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
No opening take. We begin by praising Gabe Brkic's game-winning field goal and and revisiting all the bad omens that cropped up last week (1:30). Lee says his thoughts on OU football haven't changed following the win over West Virginia. Grant also adds his first thoughts on the close win (7:20). The OU students wanted Caleb Williams, and at other times in the game the whole crowed booed the Sooners. Lincoln Riley reacts to that (17:10). Spencer Rattler played well at the end of the game, but why can't he look like that all the time? OU's offense continues to struggle creating explosive plays. Lee's shocked at how Rattler's looked so far this season compared to what we saw in 2020 (22:00). Rattler was asked about the fans calling for Caleb Williams and the boos. Lee doesn't really have a problem with what the fans did. And hey there's a lot of chaos happening in college football and OU continues to be unbeaten (30:15). All OU fans want is more consistency from the offense. It's a cliche, but these tough times could help them down the line when the Sooners hopefully peak. And some final thoughts on the OU defense, plus Lee thought Casey Thompson looked really good against Texas Tech (39:30). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Episode 92 brought to you by saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee & Beer GardenJay Norvell, who spent a cup of coffee in Austin as play caller and receivers coach on Charlie Strong's staff at Texas, is building Nevada into an annual bowl game participant and is competing for a Mountain West Conference championship.Over three decades of coaching experience, Norvell is a branch of the Hayden Fry coaching tree. Norvell played for Hayden Fry at Iowa and launched his coaching career in Hawkeye country after playing with the Stoops brother at Iowa.After a stint coaching in the National Football League Norvell eventually became a part of Bob Stoops' staff at Oklahoma as the offensive coordinator.And later coached on the other side of the Red River Rivalry in Austin.Norvell is loaded with stories and has that storytelling skill. He's also an author, Norvell wrote the book, Complete Wide Receiver.His brother is an actor and his wife, Kim has defied all odds battling Cystic Fibrosis and uses her platform to not only deliver awareness to the disease, but plays a role in fund raising for continued research to improve the lives of those battling Cystic Fibrosis.In Segment 2:Clynch previews the Texas Longhorns Big 12 opener vs Texas Tech in Austin. DeMarvion Overhshown tells the story about working at Brookshire Brothers in his hometown, Arp, Texas to help his family financially. UT running back, Roschon Johnson described the Longhorns' QB1 as OCD. Casey Thompson is extremely organized in his life, to say the least.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
A week after the ground game faltered against the Arkansas Razorbacks, the Texas Longhorns got their ground game going in spades against the Rice Owls, setting records in the process. Texas had five running backs get significant carries, four of which scored a touchdown and three of them breaking off runs longer than 60 yards. All of that led to a school-record 7.4 yards per carry for the Longhorns in the lopsided win over the Owls. That led to quarterback Casey Thompson looking solidly in command of the offense, completing 15 of his 18 attempts for 164 yards, two scores and an interception. The defense played for pride late, managing to keep a clean sheet in spite of Rice amassing 31 percent of their total offensive yardage on the final play of the game. The Longhorns did exactly what they needed to defensively in the game, leaned on the Owls early and often - and even ended the game with a sack by freshman DJ Harris. How can Texas translate this success to the kick-off of conference play? Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Texas breaks a strict keto diet and devours an outmatched Rice. What did the Horns learn, if anything? Paul and Kevin break down the game, marvel at Lowell Galindo's Mad Lib descriptions of Casey Thompson's play, and then discuss the upcoming contest with the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Along the way, they talk Big 12 and whether the league is as wide open as it appears. The time is now for your new mortgage or refi with Gabe Winslow at 832-557-1095 or MortgagesbyGabe. Then get your financial life in order with advisor David McClellan with a free consult: firstname.lastname@example.org. Need a great CenTex realtor? Contact Laura Baker at 512-784-0505 or email@example.com. Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wescott Eberts and Cameron Parker recap Steve Sarkisian's Monday presser following the Longhorns 58-0 win over Rice. They talk about Sark's comments regarding Hudson Card, Casey Thompson's performance against Rice, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We discuss a potential Lil Nas X collaboration with the Teletubbies, the Longhorns and Cowboys getting big wins, and Are You Smarter Than Emily about MTV trivia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Longhorns rebounded in a big way Saturday night in Austin when Texas dominated Rice 58-0. After a humbling Week 2 loss to Arkansas, the Longhorns made a statement at all three phases of the game in the final non-conference regular-season matchup of Year 1 of the Steve Sarkisian era. On this week's episode of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes react to the Longhorns' performance against the Owls starting with the production of the Texas offense. Junior quarterback Casey Thompson logged his first career start at Texas and made his first college start one to remember as Thompson led the Texas offense on seven of eight scoring drives, all of which ended with touchdowns, before he hung it up midway through the third quarter. The Flagship also weighs in on the electric performance from the Texas running back room against the Rice defense, which has been a recent strength for the Owls under Mike Bloomgren, and rushed for a total 427 yards and six touchdowns in the ball game. Four different RBs found the end zone against Rice, led by sophomore RB Bijan Robinson with 127 yards and three touchdowns, while Roschon Johnson, Keilan Robinson and Jonathon Brooks all added a touchdown of their own. The Flagship then shifts focus to the defensive side of the ball in the shutout of Rice, which marked the first shutout win for Texas since 2017. The Longhorns enforced their will early and often against the Owls, and held the Rice offense to less than 300 total yards and no points. Texas fans won't want to miss this loaded game reaction edition of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Matt is once again joined by SI All-American's John Garcia, to discuss the Longhorns debacle in Fayetteville against Arkansas, and the change from Hudson Card to Casey Thompson at QB1. The guys also talk at length about the recruitment of 2023 mega star Arch Manning, and where the Longhorns stand in the race for his services. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We discuss at what age you made your first "adult" purchase, why Emily's cat woke her up at 3am, and Dennis De La Pena on the Longhorn's quarterback controversy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wescott Eberts and Cameron Parker talk about the confidence of Casey Thompson as he prepares for his first career start. They also talk about the Longhorns' trouble with communicating on both sides of the ball and how simple the Texas gameplan should be against Rice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
No opening take today. Both guys have had an unusual week of podcast prep but we bring you the best we've got of OU-Nebraska preview coverage beginning with our thoughts on the Nebraska offense facing off against OU's defense. Lee is much higher on Adrian Martinez than Grant (3:00). Is Lee crazy for thinking Adrian Martinez would be a great fit in the Ravens offense (13:40)? Grant's got some interesting stats that highlight Nebraska's offensive line problems. OU's D-Line is a distinct advantage in the trenches (17:45). The Huskers have a limited amount of weapons on offense (21:25). Will Adrian Martinez and Scott Frost have answers for Alex Grinch's defense? Is OU's defense predictable for opponents (25:35)? Will Billy Bowman play? Woodi Washington is "doubtful" to play. What will the Sooners' secondary look like (30:00)? Grant says Nebraska's defense is the strength of their team. But OU's offense has more talent and Lee says running the football well is simply the key to winning this game without much problem (35:00). The Huskers are aggressive on defense and have the potential to get physical and make Spencer Rattler uncomfortable early on, just like Tulane did (41:05). Grant tells you what he wants to see happen Saturday (44:45) then Lee tells you what he wants to see beginning with something he liked from Jeremiah Hall this week. And will OU's "GT Counter" play work against Nebraska (47:40)? Lee tells you what he thinks the film tells us will happen Saturday, and Grant also gives his game predction (56:35). What's the deal with West Virginia being favored over No. 15 Va Tech? K-State hosts Nevada this week. Big 12 play begins for Baylor and Kansas. Do you have the guts to take the Jayhawks (1:04:00)? The Casey Thompson era begins for Texas. Grant's got some thoughts on Steve Sarkisian and Texas (1:07:25). OSU's at Boise State and will this be one of those games where Mike Gundy surprises a bunch of people as an underdog? And Iowa State's playing in Vegas (1:11:30). We finish up with some picks on the biggest games of the week. Michigan State-Miami/Alabama-Florida/Auburn-Penn State/Arizona State-BYU/Tulane-Ole Miss (1:14:00) | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
We discuss whether Casey Thompson or Hudson Card should be starting for the Longhorns against Rice, whether Urban Meyer should quit the Jacksonville Jaguars to coach USC, and whether Jason is a troll. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Casey Thompson is the Longhorns new starting quarterback and Robert Griffith III wants to start for Washington.
4th and 5 breaks down what went wrong in Fayetnam with lots of square peg and round hole puns, comments, and jokes. What was wrong with the offensive and defensive gameplan, what to think about the QB transition to Casey Thompson, and where does Texas go from here? What changes need to be seen.
Josh Neighbors discusses the odds that a current or former Big 12 coach (Matt Campbell, Gary Patterson or Bob Stoops) takes the USC Head Coaching job. He then discusses the QB difficulties at Texas with Casey Thompson and Hudson Card. He touches on Kansas State's outlook without Skylar Thompson. He then talks Iowa State and what the future holds for Brock Purdy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We discuss Taco Bell testing a taco-a-day subscription plan, the Longhorns switching to Casey Thompson as their starting QB, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Texas Longhorns went into Fayetteville with high hopes and came away with a 40-19 beatdown at the hands of the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Longhorns were unable to get their offense going at all, while the Razorbacks had a field day on the ground - rushing for 333 yards and 7.1 yards per carry in the big win. The Arkansas offensive line had their way with the Texas front, while the Longhorns' defense staff didn't seem to adjust for the downhill running of the razorbacks. Offensively, the Longhorns continue to have issues along their offensive line and the Razorbacks took advantage of it - managing to create havoc in the Texas backfield and generate pressure with just three down lineman. The Longhorns' offense never got going and Arkansas pulled away. Head coach Steve Sarkisian made the quarterback switch in-game, taking starter Hudson Card out of the game in favor of Casey Thompson - who was officially named the starter during Monday's press conference. Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wescott Eberts and Cameron Parker bring you the newest podcast in the Burnt Orange Nation network: The Monday Edition of the Longhorn Republic. Every Monday, Wescott and Cameron will recap and react to Sark's Monday Presser. With Sark announcing Casey Thompson as the new starting QB, Wescott and Cameron dive into what this means for Texas Football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A big change has been made on the Forty Acres. Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian announced Monday that junior quarterback Casey Thompson will get his first-ever career start this Saturday when the Longhorns host Rice at Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium. What does this decision mean for freshman QB Hudson Card and the offense? On this week's episode of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes weigh in on Sarkisian's decision to replace Card for Thompson as the Longhorns' starting QB ahead of Saturday's game, and how the quarterback change could impact the offense down the stretch. Chip and Taylor express their thoughts on Thompson getting his first start at Texas and why this was probably the right move for the Longhorns after last weekend's humbling upset loss to Arkansas. The Flagship also discuss the glaring issues on the offensive line that need to be cleaned up sooner rather than later, and how the O-line's struggles will only continue to plague the offense in Big 12 play if those problems do not get resolved. After a quick break, The Flagship returns with our Love it or Leave it segment, with this week's topics focused on how surprised you were at Sarkisian's QB change, if the starting job is Thompson's for the future and the level of concern for the Texas offensive line after showing struggles in the first two games of the season. Texas fans won't want to miss this loaded episode of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Horns get obliterated in Fayetteville and Paul and Kevin have some questions. And a lot of frustration. Texas football just showed its floor. What's the Longhorn ceiling? The hosts break down the Longhorn performance against Arkansas and muse about what needs fixing from coaches and players alike. A get right game against Rice looms. What does Casey Thompson starting at QB mean for Texas going forward? The time is now for your new mortgage or refi with Gabe Winslow at 832-557-1095 or MortgagesbyGabe. Then get your financial life in order with advisor David McClellan with a free consult: 312-933-8823. Need a great CenTex realtor? Call Laura Baker 512-784-0505. Send your questions and comments to email@example.com.
We discuss the drama between Machine Gun Kelly and Conor McGregor at the MTV Video Music Awards, and a round of He Shoots, He Scores... Or Does He. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discuss everything that went down at the MTV Video Music Awards, whether it's acceptable to go hang out at the dog park when you don't have a dog, and Jason officially opens up Hater Island after the Longhorns' dreadful game against Arkansas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Longhorns got a taste of SEC football Saturday night in Fayetteville, Ark. when No. 15 ranked Texas fell to Arkansas, 40-21. The Razorbacks controlled the entire game against the Longhorns, and had an answer for any potential of opportunity for Texas to build momentum in the ball game. On this week's Texas vs. Arkansas game reaction edition of The Flagship Podcast, Horns247 columnist Chip Brown and managing editor Taylor Estes give their immediate post-game thoughts on the Longhorns' loss to the Razorbacks. The Flagship weighs in on what to make of the quarterback position after seeing redshirt freshman Hudson Card struggle against the Arkansas defense, and discuss head coach Steve Sarkisian's post-game comments about the QB rotation after he pulled Card for Casey Thompson late in the third quarter. The Flagship also addresses the glaring concerns across the offensive line and how the receiver group did no favors for Card in his first road game as the starting quarterback at Texas. Moving over to the defensive side of the ball, Chip and Taylor discuss the defense's performance against the Razorbacks and how the lack of production from the Longhorns' offense was crippling to the defense as the game wore on. Catch all of that and much more on this week's Texas vs. Arkansas game reaction edition of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss what you want to see from the Longhorns in their first game against Louisiana Lafayette, a loud argument about Fantasy Football, and the PGA banning fans from calling Bryson DeChamBeau "Brooksie". See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan Mathews rides solo for this edition of SEC Football and Beyond. He talks about the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. He gets into the SEC news and notes. He also talks about the key player that could make an impact in the Georgia-Clemson game on Saturday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cover 3 crew reacts to Week 1 depth charts and the latest CFB news. First, what Hudson Card beating out Casey Thompson says about Texas' offense and what Steve Sarkisian has in mind for the opening weeks of the season (2:30). Then the quarterback discussion moves on to Oregon tabbing Anthony Brown, Tennessee going with Joe Milton and Florida State naming both McKenzie Milton and Jordan Travis as co-starters. Plus, a Scott Frost quote that reveals plenty about the state of Nebraska football (17:45), the strange story of an aggressively scheduled high school football season (37:30) and the best weeknight games in Week 1 (44:50). Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss a man winning a lawsuit against his parents for throwing out all his old porn, the Longhorns going with Hudson Card as their starting quarterback, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discuss Wendy's updating their French fries, a round of the TP The Box Office, and Emily's More of a Comment Than a Question for Dennis De La Pena. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discuss whether your job should pay for your air conditioning when you're working from home, why Coach Steve still hasn't said which quarterback is starting for the Longhorns, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jones says he's frustrated with the lack of player development at Texas the past decade and hopes Sarkisian and Co. can do something about it. Jones was in Austin during spring football and said, "From the janitors to the athletic director - to a man - they said there was a sense of urgency and discipline." Jones said Sarkisian's track record of selecting starting quarterbacks and developing them should give Texas fans comfort as Sark prepares to pick either Hudson Card or Casey Thompson to start at QB for the Longhorns. Count Jones among those who believe sophomore Bijan Robinson is the next big thing at running back for Texas. On the defensive side of the ball, Jones said someone needs to step up at his former position (linebacker), but has confidence in Sarkisian's defensive staff as well as the talent up front. Jones has some bold predictions for the 2021 season, including his selection of a team other than Oklahoma to win the Big 12. (Jones also says to watch out for Texas A&M as a possible College Football Playoff team.) Jones also shares his thoughts on Texas' looming move to the SEC and how "the target on the Longhorns just got larger." Texas fans won't want to miss this week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices