Who came out on top in the ever-competitive Texas recruiting wars?
The University of Texas Longhorns' home state has 10 schools in the NCAA's Division I Football Subdivision (FBS): Baylor, Houston, North Texas, Rice, SMU, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UT-Austin and UTEP.
FBS schools are separate from Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) schools. The rules are tricky, but both FBS and FCS schools can have 85 players on either full or partial scholarships.
The FBS system is the only NCAA sport without a tournament.
In contrast, to determine its own national champion the FCS uses a 20-team, single-elimination tourney—the NCAA Division I Football Championship.
Imagine, also, which school might be No. 1 on my list of Texas recruiting classes this year.
Join me and my wild imagination.