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  1. I’m no expert but Abbott comes on at 3:00 pm today and my guess is he tightens the reins. Don’t know if that means shelter in place but I know he is receiving a lot of pressure and requests from Texas Hospital CEO’s, etc.
  2. Went by Pinthouse Pizza yesterday and picked up a small supply of Electric Jellyfish and a meatless pizza for lent!
  3. Used to listen to the Tragically Hip back in college. Lead singer had a unique voice. And who doesn't love the Heat? Full Custom Gospel Sounds of... is still a classic.
  4. Hope everyone out there is staying safe. Tough times all around. Hang in there and keep in touch with us here. Without anything going on in the sports world it's tough to provide that kind of news, but were doing our best to get interviews with recruits, etc and will post as they are ready.
  5. My kid loves that band. He also likes another Austin heavy metal band called Black Top Syndicate.
  6. Yeah Austin, our baseball guy, had his season cut short too! He did an excellent job.
  7. Fugazi at Liberty Lunch in the early 90’s. Punk band and I was right in front of the speakers in stage. Couldn’t hear for days after that.
  8. You need to stay safe bro. It’s going nuts up in your state. Stay home, drink plenty of Shiner and smoke all the meat you have.
  9. I’m still tied to my high school/college years and the music that made an impact on me then. Spent a lot of time in Sound Exchange in college. Anyone remember this place at 21st & Guadalupe?
  10. Since all games and athletic events/competitions are on hold, this is a great time to share music. What is everyone listening to these days? I go back between old and new, all genres. Here’s what I’ve been listening to a lot of lately (Sugar).
  11. Here’s an updated statement from Texas AD Chris DelConte: Statement from UT Vice President and Athletics Director Chris Del Conte: “We spent today talking to our coaches and as many of the student-athletes and teams as possible. I thought it was imperative that we shared with them all of the facts as we know them and what the next steps are. It’s an extremely difficult time for them, and we certainly share their pain and disappointment. But it’s also important for them to understand the magnitude of the situation and that these decisions are being made in the best interest of everyone’s health, safety and well-being. It is an unprecedented time in college athletics and it’s imperative we make every effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). “The most significant news of the day came this evening when, in addition to the Big 12’s previously announced suspension of athletics activities until March 29, the conference also decided to cancel all athletic competition for the remainder of the spring season. It was a hard piece of news to share with our teams since they’ve worked so hard in preparation for this year. The situation is still fluid as practices and other team activities remain suspended until March 29, but will be re-evaluated by the Big 12 at that time. Additionally, the NCAA is in discussion on how they’ll handle eligibility status for current winter and spring sports student-athletes. “The other key update from our end is our response to campus extending spring break an additional week until March 29. During that time, we’re encouraging student-athletes to go home and take care of themselves, understanding that some will need to remain on campus. The dorms will continue to be available and dining halls are accessible, as well, but there will be no practice, strength and conditioning work, athletic training room availability or team functions. However, our sports medicine staff will be available for our student-athletes to contact remotely. “While the student-athletes are on break, our medical personnel will be developing mitigation strategies for athletics activities in anticipation of their return to campus. All facilities, dorms and the dining hall will be thoroughly deep-cleaned and sanitized to provide the safest possible environment for when they return. We are monitoring this situation in concert with our campus administration and the health and government agencies they are working with. We will continue to provide updates as they become available.”
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