Longhorn Network Can't Air High School Games; Everybody Happy Now?

The NCAA suddenly declaring the Longhorn Network can't show high school football games is like your dad whirling around in the driver's seat and demanding you and your siblings knock it off back there after you've already worked together to produce three black eyes, a sprained ankle, a cracked window and somehow a misdemeanor arrest. Dads are like that sometimes -- pretty much all they do is drum on the steering wheel.

How did it take the NCAA so long to finally catch wind of this? More importantly, how are we reacting to this news?

Burnt Orange Nation sees it as one invisible hand smacking another invisible hand, robbing the viewing world of its prep football coverage. Texas A&M fans, however, are just pumped about the possibility -- feasibility might be a better word -- that something might come of a regents meeting at which a move to the SEC could technically be discussed, whether the SEC likes it or not.

Meanwhile, Mack Brown is wondering how he got himself into this mess to begin with.

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