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Longhorns win Director's Cup, claim honor as nation's top all-sports program


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The Texas Longhorns claimed the Learfield IMG Director's Cup which recognizes the top athletics (all-sports) program in the country. The honor, the first for The University of Texas, snapped Stanford's run of winning the previous 25 Cups.

The Director's Cup awards points based on program finishes in NCAA Championships and schools can score in up to 19 sports, four of which must be men's basketball, baseball, women's basketball and women's volleyball.

Texas finished with a total of 1,252 total points in the standings which was good enough to claim the top spot.  They earned 13 Big 12 titles and three national championships  and amassed a total of 13 Top-10 finishes.

2020-21 Division I Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup Final Standings (Top 10 schools)

Rank

School

Total Points

1.

TEXAS

1,252.00

2.

Stanford

1,195.75

3.

Michigan

1,126.50

4.

North Carolina

1,126.25

5.

Florida

1,121.75

6.

USC

1,052.00

7.

Alabama

1,017.25

8.

Arkansas

988.75

9.

Ohio State

972.50

10.

Georgia

971.50

 Texas Athletic Director Chris Del Conte's Statement on the Longhorns Winning the Division I Learfield IMG Director's Cup

 

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