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SimBull CFB Full Team Breakdown: Texas Longhorns

Welcome to Vendetta’s SimBull CFB full team breakdowns, where the writers from Vendetta Sports Media will be analyzing all the Power 5 college football programs for their share value on SimBull, and next up is the Texas Longhorns.

2020 Win Total: 7-3

2021 Projected Win Total: 8

On The Field:

Texas is in a stage of transition with new head coach Steve Sarkisian. They also have a new quarterback, redshirt freshman Hudson Card, who later got benched for the elder statesman, Casey Thompson. It’s been an up and down first season with Sark, but that’s to be expected. A crushing loss to Arkansas has put a damper on the team. Time will tell where they finish in the Big 12 standings.

The good news is Bijan Robinson is a tank. That man is must see TV every time he steps on the field. The true sophomore tailback is arguably the best running back in the country and can likely be ridden for a few wins by himself. There is work to be done here at Texas but Tom Herman did not leave the cupboard totally barren.

In The Market:

Texas is currently priced at $42.84 per share on the SimBull CFB market. A very reasonable price for a blue blood program in a blue blood recruiting state. They are priced just ahead of Missouri and Kentucky. The Longhorns feel like a much more stable bet long term. Hell, Texas is priced behind Oklahoma State. Take that information as you will.

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