Arch Manning went to Texas to take Quinn Ewer’s job

Arch Manning is a Longhorn.

Arch Manning is a Longhorn.

The Always Optimistic “Texas Is Back” believers have much to rejoice in the coming years, as football’s heir apparent Arch Manning announced a somewhat surprising alliance with Texas on Thursday. Heavily recruited by a number of SEC schools, including Ole Miss, where his grandfather and namesake Archie Manninghis father Cooper and UUncle Eli was there. Just like youUncle Peyton who went to Tennessee, this one last Manning has officially chosen to avoid the Ole Miss burden and take on burden of digging Texas out of its lair of eternal and inescapable mediocrity.

According to the latest rumours, reigning champions Georgia was the leader in tare very-published, years-long recruit from Arch, who, like the Mannings before him, attended Isidore Newman High School But I Think He Couldn’t Turn Down The Opportunity To Break The Curse Of Texas With The Head Coach Steve Sarkisian. Sark coached several QBs as an Alabama offensive coordinator to huge success, and his stints in the NFL have been Reportedly an important factor in the decision, as Manning naturally plans to continue in the family business after college

Texas will join the SEC during Manning’s time there, which will make for some exciting competition. He’ll be with the Longhorns from Fall 2023, which means The hopeful Longhorns have one more season to go on—well, with another five-star Ohio State QB Quinn Ewers, who was hailed as the new messiah of the Texas program but was sent off to the sidelines with the Thursday announcement. Quinn who?

The Interesting Riddle (And What I Was Actually Hoping For), as I am arguing for chaos here) is what happens when Ewers has an incredible freshman season at Texas. What if they are really back, but under him? Manning will probably expect to start right away wherever he ends up, so would they put a trusted winner to the test for a true freshman, even if he’s the No. 1 recruit in his graduating class?

When he starts in the fall of 2023, much will hang on him and on the hopes built on that family name. Things are definitely about to get interesting in the south – now, if only they can build a defense.