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Burnt Orange Nation has new update
1 day ago Longhorns no longer in the mix with 5-star RB Kendall Milton
The third-best running back in the nation has trimmed his list and Texas didn’t survive the cut. Nearly a year removed from his initial top 10 list, Clovis (Calif.) Buchanan running back Kendall Milton is down to just four finalists. The Texas Longhorns are not among that bunch, as the five-star talent trimmed his options to just Alabama, LSU, Georgia, and Ohio State on Friday. FINAL 4?? pic.twitter.com/9CQ90ZAtG2— Kendall Milton (@_KendallMilton) May 17, 2019 LSU wasn’t included during Milton’s top 10 last summer, and after surviving last year’s cut, in addition to the Longhorns, Fresno State, Florida State, Miami, Oklahoma, Penn State, and USC were each left on the outside looking in for the nation’s No. 3-ranked running back, per the 247Sports Composite. The Sooners were the surprising exclusion, as Lincoln Riley’s program received multiple Crystal Ball picks projecting that the top-25 talent nationally would ultimately take his talents to Norman. In fact, Oklahoma owned more picks than any other program. One of numerous five-star running backs Texas was pursuing, Milton unofficially visited the Forty Acres in February. While that trip, of course, wasn’t enough to convince Milton to continue considering Texas, the Longhorns are still firmly in the mix with a pair of elite prospects. The priority largely appears to be top-ranked nationally talent Zachary Evans out of Houston North Shore, who has been a mainstay on the Forty Acres throughout his recruitment. The other is five-star Tucson (Az.) Salpointe Catholic product Bijan Robinson, who’s scheduled to return this Austin, this time for an official visit, in the coming weeks. The Longhorns are also still pursuing five-star Oklahoma pledge and Aledo native, Jase McClellan.
The Daily Texan has new update
1 day ago University of Texas freshman pronounced dead, medical examiner confirms
Jason Beall, a petroleum engineering freshman, died Thursday, UT spokesperson J.B. Bird confirmed in an email. The University received confirmation of Beall’s death from the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office, Bird said in an email. “The loss of Jason is devastating to our community,” Bird said. “We express our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.” Beall was a member of the Ramshorn Scholars Program, an academic community designed for select UT engineering undergraduates, according to an email sent out Friday morning by the organization. The email, sent by Michele Meyer, assistant dean for Engineering Student Services, Deanna Tilley, a senior academic adviser, and Tiffany Shelby, a student development specialist,  informed organization members of Beall’s death and offered grief and mental health resources and tips. The organization hosted an informal community support gathering for students, faculty and staff Friday in the Engineering Student Services Conference Room, where those who attended could express condolences in a card, presumably for Beall’s family. Out of respect for Beall’s family, Bird said, UT is unable to share further information regarding his death. “We are committed to helping fellow students mourning this death through university counseling services and other programs,” Bird said. Resources available to students include Student Emergency Services, the Counseling and Mental Health Center and the 24/7 crisis line, 512-471-2255.
Burnt Orange Nation has new update
1 day ago Texas offers 2022 RB Jadarian Price
The Longhorns have now made an early move with the Denison star ball carrier. For just the second time to date, Tom Herman and his staff have presented an offer to a 2022 running back prospect, with the latter invitation going out to Denison star Jadarian Price, his high school’s recruiting page Tweeted on Friday. Congratulation to @Jadarian15 for receiving an offer from @TexasFootball. What an outstanding young man that is exuberant in the classroom and on the field. Could not be more happy for him.#IGTBAYJ #GREATTEAMMATE pic.twitter.com/1AwmbIiEFj— Denison Yellow Jackets Recruiting (@Recruit_Denison) May 17, 2019 Texas joins the UTSA Roadrunners as Price’s only two offers to date, and furthermore, as noted, he’s now just the second 2022 running back prospect to nab an offer from Texas, joining Fort Worth Nolan Catholic product Emeka Megwa. During his breakout debut campaign, Price totaled 1,189 yards and 14 touchdowns on 170 attempts en route to District 7-5A-II Offensive Newcomer of the Year honors. 247Sports’ Brian Perroni dubbed Price as a freshman to know going forward. A 5’10, 165-pound prospect, Price is currently unranked.
KUT Austin has new update
1 day ago Here's Where We Are In Austin ISD's School Consolidation Process
Come Monday, Austin Independent School District will be one step closer to closing or consolidating schools. Facing declining enrollment, a budget shortfall and aging schools, the district says the move will help it avoid bankruptcy and better utilize its property. Still, it's a move that will require some tough decisions. So, Monday night, the school board will approve its rubric to decide which schools will stay open. So how did the district get to this point?
Nicholas Day on Madras Pavilion Austin
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Madras Pavilion Austin
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One of the best all you can restaurants in Austin!

Austin Hersh
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Iron Cactus (North)
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I had a great experience with the staff! Plus they have really good Tex-Mex!

Kerbey Lane Cafe (NW)
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I love their breakfast! I can't recommend their cinnamon roll pancakes enough!


Holly Hargett
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Edis Chocolates
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Locally owned Edis Chocolates is a go-to-place for some of the best chocolates in town! They're famous for their gluten-free baked goods like their hazelnut amaretto torte or their peanut butter mousse cake.

Amy's Ice Creams
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Amy's provides some seriously good homemade ice cream! Plus, you get a show while they're fixing your cone or cup. They've got a great variety of candies and cookies and make it fun to watch them put it all together!


Maggie Jones
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Maggie Mae's
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Maggie Mae's has great happy hour prices, rooftop bar and live music! Perfect spot for a fun night in Austin!

Pros: Multiple levels, rooftop bar, young crowd & affordable prices

Cons: Parking is a headache - take an uber!

The Alcove Cantina
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Large food portions & great outdoor area with friendly service!

Pros: Outdoor patio or otherwise known as the "alcove lounge"


Anqi Yu posted on Copa Bar and Grill
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Great place to hangout with friends~~
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Jillian Conway
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Rollin Smoke BBQ
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Rollin Smoke is one of Austin's best food trucks!

Searsucker
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Love this spot for a drink after work with friends! It has a great atmosphere :)


Matthew Strickland on Round Rock Donuts
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Round Rock Donuts
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Just some of the tastiest (and biggest) donuts you've ever seen. If you're in the area, stop by soon. You will see why they are so popular.

Jacob Skidmore
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Guero's Taco Bar
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Even though this restaurant is in the middle of a tourist destination it definitely isnt tourist food. One of the best Tex Mex restaurants in Austin by far.

Pros: Great food and even better drinks.

Cons: As with any business on south congress, there's not a lot of parking.

Terry Black's Barbecue
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Easily my favorite BBQ restaurant in Austin. The atmosphere and service are top notch and the brisket and sausage are amazing.

Pros: Great food that's always fresh.

Cons: There can be long waits and lack of parking.


Sunday Specials in Austin

POP

620 W 6th St , Austin TX, 78701
#POPBrunch Party
Sunday Football
$2 Champagne Mimosas & A Dance Party
Specialty Drinks discounted
New Brunch Menu at POP
For group reservations for Bottle Service or groups of 8 or more for dining

The Pitch

700 N LBJ #113 , San Marcos TX, 78666
Sunday Funday All Day
$2 Mimosas, $6 Bloody Hailmarys, $1 off ALL BEER. We have NFL Sunday Ticket, which means your game will be on, every time.

Happy Hour 3pm-7pm
$2 off Signature & Classic Cocktails | $1 off ALL beer

The Nook Amphitheater

309 E 6th St , Austin TX, 78701
Nook Blitzed Sunday Funday
$3 Mexican Beer
$4 Applesauce Shot
$5 Jack Fire

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