Is anyone surprised that Sark has chosen Quinn Ewers over Hudson Card as the Longhorns’ starting QB? That was a lock. The fix was in the moment Ewers transferred from Ohio State. You want real drama? Wait ‘til Arch Manning shows up in Austin.
Jimbo Fisher says it’s time to “shut up and play.” OK. Ain’t nobody talking but you, Jimbo.
I was very disappointed by Deshaun Watson’s public statements Friday. After appearing to take responsibility for his behavior last week, Watson went right back to insisting he did nothing wrong, repeatedly saying he would “stand on his innocence.” Maybe that NFL mandated counseling will help Watson face the truth.
Yes, the Texans beat the Rams 24-20 late on the Left Coast Friday. Don’t get too excited. Houston’s first team offense stunk it up, and the Rams didn’t play any of their starters.
Can you make an over/under bet on how many penalties the Cowboys will commit tonight against the Chargers? Whatever the number is, take the “over.”
That was a scary moment in Atlanta, where Astros slugger Yordan Alvarez became ill and had to leave the game against the Braves in the bottom of the fifth. Alvarez complained of shortness of breath and was taken to a local hospital. His vitals reportedly were stable. That breathing difficulty may have been exacerbated by smoke from a fireworks fusillade at Truist Park. Oh, and the Astros lost 6-2 in that interleague matchup of last October’s World series opponents.
Some call them the Gangsters of Love. The Astros’ triple-A farm club, the Sugar Land Space Cowboys, scored 17 runs in the 6th inning of a 21-4 win over Oklahoma City Friday night. Sugar Land sent 23 men to the plate in the inning, and 12 of those 17 runs came with two out. It was right out of Genesis. You know, “In The Big Inning…”