Plus: Oklahoma State slapped with postseason basketball ban
Ehlinger was a seventh round draft pick earlier this year. Since the preseason, he’s been a bit banged up and missed a significant chunk of time, in which he would’ve developed.
So, does Ehlinger have a chance at landing a starting gig one day?
At this point, don’t rule it out.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Hall vs. Horns: UT looks to stymie Cyclone star with five-star effort
Dallas Morning News: 5 things Texas fans need to know about Iowa State: Cyclones wreak havoc behind star RB
Dallas Morning News: National analyst says Chris Beard, Texas hoops will be competitive enough to ‘win the whole thing’
247Sports: Morning Brew: Is player resolve building to end Longhorns’ fourth-quarter flameouts?
247Sports: The Brew: Texas needs receivers to be on point against Iowa State, UT hoops and more
Inside Texas: ‘Just keep working at it’: Despite losses, Moro Ojomo still trying to right the ship
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Four-star commit Bryan Allen Jr. looking forward to early enrolling at Texas
247Sports: Texas offer meaningful for four-star 2022 WR Matthew Golden
Inside Texas: Texas Longhorns recruiting class possibilities now include Golden
Inside Texas: On300 OL Devon Campbell talks recruiting, Texas official
Inside Texas: The current Texas roster has a lot of portal needs
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Frogs O’ War: Full press conference with TCU AD Jeremiah Donati and Interim HC Jerry Kill
Frogs O’ War: FOW Roundtable: The staff reacts to Gary Patterson and TCU football parting ways
Crimson and Cream Machine: OU debuts at No. 8 in first CFP rankings of the season
Cowboys Ride For Free: Going Bowling: Hello November!
The Smoking Musket: West Virginia looks to keep things rolling against the 7-1 Oklahoma State Cowboys
Wide Right & Natty Lite: Three Things We Learned: West Virginia
WHAT WE’RE READING
SB Nation: Former WFT cheerleader Melanie Coburn is on a mission, the NFL better take notice
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- The Oklahoma State Cowboys men’s basketball team has been banned from 2022 postseason play.
NCAA denies Oklahoma State’s appeal, making OSU ineligible for this year’s NCAA Tournament, NCAA source told @ActionNetworkHQ. Last year, OSU appealed ban, allowing the school to participate in tourney. Infractions were committed by former assistant in 2016 under Brad Underwood
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 3, 2021