Given that Quinn Ewers is returning for the upcoming season, Arch Manning may have to wait for his moment at Texas.

After the Longhorns’ impressive season this year, I believe it’s safe to say that the Texas football team has returned after a protracted absence. But the real question is whether Texas is here to stay, or if after joining the SEC this season, they’ll sink back into the depths. This past season, the Longhorns finished 11-1 in the regular season, earning a trip to the Big 12 Championship game versus Oklahoma State. In addition to winning the Big 12 title and improving to 12-1, Texas easily defeated the Cowboys in that game to secure a spot in the College Football Playoffs. Texas supporters had been waiting a long time for this season, and at last it arrived. They now need to keep building on that momentum.

Obviously, Texas football’s College Football Playoff experience didn’t go as expected. In the Sugar Bowl, the Longhorns faced off against Washington; although it was an exciting game, the Huskies prevailed. Although the score was level at the half, the Huskies really began to exert pressure in the second half.

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