Once again, The University of Texas at Austin is the most valuable sports program in the country raking in $179.6 million in athletic revenue, according to CBS Sports.
OU came in at 5th place…’cause they suck. And, Texas A&M was so far down the list that I really didn’t feel like counting.
To further add to our keys to success, we’re also the most valuable football team in ‘Merica, according to Forbes.
Texas’ team value is up 16% this year to $152 million, and that climb to the stratosphere should hardly be a surprise at this point.
Notre Dame may have beat us on the field, but we beat them in the wallet…’cause that’s what counts, right? RIGHT?! They came in at #2, while Tennessee (seriously?) came in third.
All we do is win.
Niche.com ranked UT-Austin the top public university in the country.
Here was our official grade:
Texas A&M was 10th (because they suck), OU was 45th (because they super suck), and Texas Tech was 60th (because no ones cares).
We just got word that the 2015 Austin City Limits Festival lineup for Weekend One (Oct 2-4) leaked earlier than expected. And just as soon as it went up, it went down. Thankfully a few folks on social media got screenshots.
Drake is on the lineup, as well as a host of others including Disclosure, Alabama Shakes, The Strokes, Foo Fighters, and Tame Impala.
A commenter on Andy Langer’s Facebook post got the rest.
Weekend 2 also got leaked.
UPDATE: ACL 2015 lineup website is down, but here’s weekend 2 in case you’re late to the party pic.twitter.com/E87yOJICRD
— María Núñez (@marianunez64) May 4, 2015
No comment from C3 or Live Nation, the organizers of ACL Fest, at this point.
El Arroyo is probably one of the best places to go for a margarita and chips & queso. But, it’s even more well-known for their signs they put up daily. We’ve hand-picked our favorites.
1.) Welcome to Austin.
This should replace our population sign as you come into town.
2.) Soy Milk.
I can’t. No puedo.
Black Swan should have queso, tho.
4.) Oh, Willie.
Always live up to them.