Ketch's 10 Thoughts From the Weekend (Augie would have loved this weekend ...)

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    Augie would have loved last night.

    Before the Longhorns clinched a 10th trip to an NCAA Super Regional with that final fourth out in the bottom of the ninth inning, it was hard to look at the scene at the Disch and not think about the Texas legend that left us earlier in the year.

    On one side of the field, you had a Texas team trying to regain a piece of its history, but it wasn't going to come easily. There was going to be a bases-loaded situation to escape. A lucky ground-rule double to survive. A potential mental hurdle of thinking you had the game won, only to need to flip the mental switch back on.

    On the other side of the field was an opponent that seemed to embody exactly the type of mindset that Garrido would have loved, a team capable of handling adversity and owning the instincts of a fighter that might lose by a decision, but never a knock-out.

    At the same time, there would both be exhilaration and devastation. That's baseball and that's life.

    Garrido was the master of turning a small moment in a single game and making it about so much more and in the final innings of the Austin Regional, those small moments were in abundance.

    And when the final out was "officially" recorded, all of those varying emotions exploded in front of us and I found it impossible to not think about him, if there was a baseball heaven out there where he was able to hang out with his old baseball buddies, drink a glass of wine and smile while watching the program that he loved so dearly find itself after having its will tested to the brink.

    This was an Augie kind of weekend.

    No. 2 - About David Pierce ...

    It's easy to take winning for granted around here when it comes to baseball success. After all, we're talking about a program that legitimately believes that the site of the College World Series is its second home.

    Yet, one of the things that really stands out to me from the aftermath of Texas clinching the regional win was the elation from its skipper.

    While David Pierce has seen success at the highest levels as an assistant coach, this is the first time as a head coach to experience this level of success and you could see what it meant to him. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the sight of his smile as he hugged anyone and everyone he could get his hands on was worth a million.

    For a guy that once upon a time played his college ball at Wharton Junior College and began his coaching career at Pasadena Dobie High School, this represented a monumental moment for him on a professional level.

    Getting this program to this spot is what he was hired to do, but he hadn't actually ever done it before. It's worth taking the time to acknowledge the value of the moment for him every bit as much as the players.

    No. 3 - Kody Clemens is about that action...


    I'm not going to get into the debate that I started two weeks ago about how the youngest Clemens has put together the type of all-American season that his incredibly famous old man was never quite able to produce because Kody Clemens could hit 100 home runs and his old man would still be Roger Freaking Clemens.

    Yanno ... the guy whose number is retired on the outfield wall where Kody does most of his mashing.

    Instead, I just want to focus on the fact that after carrying the team on his shoulders to a Big 12 regular season championship down the homestretch of this season, he went out and topped it with his performance in the regional.

    His performance against the Aggies on Saturday, which included him staring down the A&M dugout after crushing a ball to give the Longhorns a 3-0 lead, is the stuff of legends in the making. Adding the regional-clinching RBI double in the seventh inning on Sunday night was just the cherry on top of a tasty desert of a weekend performance.

    The kid has become must-see-stuff at this stage of the season. We're watching one of the best seasons of the last quarter-century of any player the school has seen.

    No. 4 - Talking Jake Smith ...

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    The Longhorns out-of-state recruiting machine picked up even more steam over the weekend with the commitment of Arizona prep star Jake Smith.

    In a year when the Longhorns are struggling to reel in the best receiver prospects in the state of Texas, being able to secure the commitment of a player that would rank as a top five player in the state of Texas in this class is a massive coup.

    At times, you see a little Reggie Bush in the kid. Sometimes you see a little Christian McCaffrey. Ironically, there are times when I see a little bit of Christian Kirk, the last Arizona prep star to rush and receive for 1,000 yards in the same season in the state of Arizona.

    This is the type of commitment that is truly worthy of the celebration we make of verbal pledges. The only downside is that he can't play for the Longhorns this season.

    No. 5 - The state of the state of Texas ...

    A few thoughts following the commitment of five-star offensive line prospect Kenyon Green to Texas A&M this weekend.

    a. It's a huge win for the Aggies. Barring injuries, off-field issues or him not caring about football enough to maximize his upside as a player, I think we're talking about a young man that will have a chance to play on Sundays before it's all said and done.

    b. Texas is taking some punches to the chin in the state of Texas right now. Oklahoma is a handful in the Metroplex and A&M is a handful in Houston. It's as simple as that.

    c. The number of available top-shelf blue chip prospects in the state of Texas is dwindling quickly. Of the top 20 in-state prospects, here is who remains uncommitted.

    #5 Richmond Bush CB Erick Young
    #7 Houston St. Pius X DB Jalen Curry
    #8 Cedar Hill Trinity Christian DB Lewis Cine
    #9 Houston St. Pius X QB Grant Gunnell
    #15 Houston Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling
    #19 Fort Worth Eaton WR Titus Swen
    #20 Fort Bend Ridge Point DE Nelson Ceasar

    Sixty-five percent of the top 20 players in the state are already committed. Two are Longhorns. Texas will likely land another name or two from the list of names above, but I'm not telling you something you don't already know when I tell you that the in-state recruiting success of 2019 isn't the same as that of 2018.

    It's a good thing the out of state recruiting is at an elite level because it would be a problem if it wasn't.

    No. 6 - Spotlighting the regions around the state of Texas...

    I thought a quick snapshot of the rankings through the two most critical regions (most years would include East Texas) of the state of Texas - DFW and Houston - would be interesting to look at.

    DFW

    1. Allen WR Theo Wease (Committed to Oklahoma)
    2. Bishop Dunne DB Brian Williams (Committed to Texas A&M)
    3. Cedar Hill Trinity Christian WR Lewis Cine (Uncommitted)
    4. Bishop Dunne LB Marquez Beason (Committed to Illinois)
    5. Carrollton Hebron WR Trejan Bridges (Committed to Oklahoma)
    6. Waxahachie DB Demani Richardson (Committed to Texas A&M)
    7. Plano Prestonwood TE Austin Stonger (Committed to Oklahoma)
    8. Forth Worth Nolan DE Nana Osafo-Mensah (Committed to Notre Dame)
    9. Colleyville Heritage WR Kam Brown (Committed to Texas A&M)
    10. Fort Worth Eaton WR Titus Swen (Uncommitted)

    Houston

    1. Richmond Travis WR Arjei Henderson (Committed to Oklahoma)
    2. Humble Atascocita OL Kenyon Green (Committed to Texas A&M)
    3. Richmond Bush DB Erick Young (Uncommitted)
    4. Houston St. Pius X WR Jalen Curry (Uncommitted)
    5. Houston St. Pius X QB Grant Gunnell (Uncommitted)
    6. Conroe Oak Ridge OL Tyler Johnson (Committed to Texas)
    7. Houston Mayde Creek DE Marcus Stripling (Uncommitted)
    8. Fort Bend Ridge Point DE Nelson Ceaser (Uncommitted)
    9. Klein Collins RB Isaiah Spiller (Uncommitted)
    10. Richmond Bush DB Jamal Morris (Committed to Oklahoma)

    No. 7 – Buy or Sell …
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    BUY or SELL: UT manages to win the Super regional and makes it to the CWS?

    (Buy) I think Texas is going to knock off Ole Miss in Oxford.

    BUY or SELL: Jake Smith takes the sting out of losing Garrett Wilson.

    (Buy) I'd prefer Garrett Wilson, but if you're not going to get Garrett Wilson, getting a borderline five-star prospect at wide receiver makes for one hell of a consolation prize.

    BUY or SELL: Herman and Texas firmly plant themselves (2-3 top 10 kids per year) in the Arizona FB recruiting landscape the next 5 years?

    (Buy) It seems very possible, and perhaps likely, at this point.

    BUY or SELL: Aggies care more about being in the SEC than winning?

    (Buy) A&M views being in the SEC as winning. It's all they have.

    BUY or SELL: Jimbo outworking Herman and staff. This is from the AY moderator:

    "A sign of how Jimbo's staff outworks the others -
    The aggies are on the verge of locking down 2020 OL Akinola Ogunbiyi and Smart Chibuzo. They've visited multiple times. Texas offered both quickly tonight.

    A little desperation there, Tom?"


    (Sell) I don't know if Texas is getting outworked. Texas is just getting beat, at least with a number of high-profile in-state 2019 prospects. That might be splitting hairs, but effort isn't the issue. I think the Texas staff is getting outperformed, rather than outworked.

    BUY or SELL: Despite all their crowing, Texas ends up with a higher average point ranking than A&M and within 3 of Jimbo & Co. in the final rankings in 2019.

    (Buy) Yeah, I can see that.

    BUY or SELL: The current temperature in your house will remain below 80 for the next 24 hours?

    (Sell) It depends on what part of the house you're in. The upstairs temps are in the low 70s. The downstairs temps are in the 80s. The temperature in the master bedroom could climb back into the 90s again today.

    No. 8 - The most interesting things about this year's NBA Finals...

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    Who is going to win Finals MVP?

    After game one, I might have leaned to LeBron James, even if his team is swept.

    After game two, it might just be Steph Curry.

    Very quietly, Kevin Durant is averaging 26.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists on 50-percent shooting in two games, which would allow him quite a case himself should he step up his game a notch on the road in Cleveland in games three and four.

    The outcome of this series is decided as far as I'm concerned, but these three all-time players competing for the individual prize is going to be a lot of fun to watch.

    No. 9 – Eternal Randomness of the Spotty Sports Mind …

    ... I think a case can be made that Steph Curry shooting a three-point shot is the most exciting play in sports right now.

    ... Curry was so good in game two that Kevin Durant's sensational night was completely overshadowed. I think he's going to have a moment before this series is complete.

    ... Why does LeBron keep wearing shorts with his tie and coat? Is he going to pull off making this a popular thing?

    ... I don't find myself thinking very much about the NFL right now.

    ... Hey Jake, tell us how you really feel...


    ... Speaking of Jake, he gets a spot in this weekend's Stat of the Weekend.


    ... Wait, Seattle is leading the American League West?

    ... Nine days and 22 hours until the start of the World Cup!

    No. 10 – And Finally ...

    Anyone seen Drake?

    I feel like we might need to put him on the back of a milk carton pretty soon.
     
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    Is it just me or has the State of Arizona really started producing a lot of elite talent in recent years?
     
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    Underrated territory.
     
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    Good stuff as usual.
     
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    Do you see the in state recruiting momentum swinging back to Texas for the 2020 class, or too early to tell?
     
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    Is it just me or does Jake look like his last name should be Shipley?!? I would have believed you if you told me Jordan and Jaxon had a long lost brother.
     
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    Steph Curry was the MVP of games 1 and 2 for GSW.
     
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    “BUY or SELL: Aggies care more about being in the sec than winning?

    (Buy) A&M views being in the SEC as winning. It's all they have.”

    This is 100% the truth. I don’t know if I have ever seen it put better than this. I even had to parrot this to my Aggie buddy....that I have exiled because OB doesn’t allow it...
     
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    Yes... the aggs just care about being away from Texas. The SEC could care less about them and there are just too many mouths to feed when it comes to splitting up the TV revenue. The Aggs will be happy being mediocre in the the Southeast. They may give Texas headaches recruiting but time is on Texas’s side. Kids just don’t want a mediocre program. Jimbo who?
     
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    Good stuff.

    I'm glad you are stepping out on the Super Regional. Truth be told, I was really nervous going into the Regional. Aggy was dangerous, but Kody and Nolan went in with an attitude that was infectious. They didn't combine to just beat Aggy, but they literally knocked the soul out of them. They looked pathetic starting off against IU. If we get that in Oxford, we will win game one. You have to win three games to come away successful from the Regional. Only takes two for the Super. If we get the same intensity out of K and N going in, I'm feeling really good about this.

    Man, I'm going to be bummed when the CWS is over. A long time between then and September 1st.
     
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    @Ketchum did you get a chance to speak with your Rivals counterparts at ‘Bama and FSU about what they’re doing as far as summer workouts right now like you said in the podcast? Just curious if I should temper the Koolaid chugging this summer.
     
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    Is it safe to say Arizona feels about UT how we as fans feel about Ohio state?
     
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    No excuse not to have some sort of recruiting presence in the DFW area. Depending on out-of-state talent is risky. OU is concerning as they are loading up on Texas kids; hell of a WR haul.

    My gut tells me some of the A&M commitments are not solid.
     
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    This could not be more apparent than in their fans' collective comments on Twitter over the weekend. It all comes back to that. They lost the regional, but defer to the number of SEC teams still in it, playing in the 'best' conference, et al. It's the social media version of the toddler's game, "I know you are but what am I?"
     
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    @Ketchum re Kody Clemens reaction, OB told me aggy wasn’t our rival.
     
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    That’s how I developed that question.
     
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    Link?
     
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    @Ketchum

    Is Steph still merely the desert of the Warriors’ attack?

    KD had an awesome game last night, but quietly or not so quietly, other than a good 4th quarter in game 7, KD had NOT really been playing all that great (by his standards) the last 5 games or so - since game 3 of the Rockets series in fact.

    I’m not a KD hater whatsoever, I just vehemently disagree with your assertion that KD is the meat and potatoes and Steph merely the desert of the Warriors offensive attack. That’s simply not true. If you want to say both make up the meat and potatoes of the Warriors’ offensive attack, then that’s far more accurate.

    I say all of this as a neutral observer, because I root for the Spurs, so I’ve no dog in this fight.
     
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    It’s at an embarrassing level. I’m not sure who is responsible for that area but getting their asses handed to them. I also thought Beck has ties to the area. Luckily, players like Smith, Watson, and Floyd are all likely top 10-15 players in-state if they were here so we are still recruiting very good talent.
     
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    I think it's safe to assume if KD and Steph finish with similar numbers Steph will win MVP.
     
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    My two thoughts from the baseball weekend that you ddnt already mention.

    1. Thought it was very cool that both Texas and Cal st Fullerton made the super regional the same year Augie passed away.

    2. Kody's super-regional clinching game winning RBI double could be his last ever at bat at Disch-Falk field. I dont know what his draft prospects look like or his likelihood to return to Austin next year, but if that is his last at bat ever in Austin, what a cool and fitting way to go out.
     
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    Every aggy related thread since the final bell rung.
     
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    That or just don’t want to play them?
     
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    They even said they let their brothers in the SEC down. So weird.
     
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    probably too early to tell.
     
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    perfect use of gif
     
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    While our in state recruiting is suffering a bit I think we got a better tight end than OU and I'll take Jake Smith over Wilson, and I know how good Wilson is. I love Smith's speed. Luckily we don't need a whole lot in the db department this recruiting season after last years haul. My main concern is line help on both sides and linebackers. Offensive line recruiting looks good. Defensive line recruiting concerns me but I'm sure we will get some good ones. I think most Horn fans knew that Jimbo was going to open up the check book.
     
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    Not that long. It flies by.
     
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    Maybe the rankings are not accurate.

    TEXAS hasn't lost Leal yet.

    Green < T. Johnson

    I'll take Catalon over Williams

    No getting around missing out on Wilson.

    Dylan Wright very well could be the best WR in state other than Wilson.
     
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    When I get a chance this evening I’ll link to posters saying they aren’t rivals.
     
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    I'm going to follow up with more people on that this week. Both of those schools have started player-led 7 on 7 workouts and are doing them 3-4 times per week.
     
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    I doubt they care that much.
     
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    That's history more than your gut IMO.
     
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    That kid is going to enjoy this weekend for the rest of his life. Top 5 moment.
     
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    KD is their best player and can carry them against anyone.

    Steph has a match-up dream against the Cavs and is taking advantage of it.
     
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    agreed, but the narrative matters. I think as of right now, Steph has the narrative.
     
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    nice additions of thought!
     
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