Two Texas football players being questioned about an alleged sexual assault in early morning hours of June 21 are cooperating, sources tell ... Inside Charlie Strong's Women's Clinic and more in Monday's CHIP SHOTS

ALL COOPERATING IN INVESTIGATION: University of Texas police received a report of a sexual assault in the San Jacinto Residence Hall in the early morning hours of June 21.

According to an email circulated internally by UT officials, "All three individuals involved knew each other, and the two suspects have been cooperating with the investigation.

"There was and is no ongoing threat to campus as the investigation continues," the email said.

Sources told the two suspects are members of the UT football team.


Myles Turner UPDATE: Incoming freshman Myles Turner scored five points, four rebounds and a game-high four blocked shots to help Team USA to a 118-64 victory against Argentina in the team's third game of the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship on Sunday.

Turner started the game and converted 2-of-4 field goals and 1-of-1 free throw in 14 minutes of action.

With the win, the Americans concluded Group B pool play with a 3-0 record. Through the first three contests at the tournament, Turner leads Team USA with 12 total blocked shots.

Team USA will face Dominican Republic in the semifinals on tonight (Monday)at 6:30 pm CT.

The medal games are scheduled for Tuesday.


THE WOMEN GET A WORKOUT: So roughly 1,000 women paid $75 to be a part of Charlie Strong's Women's Clinic Saturday night. Check-in began at 1:30 pm with the clinic running from 3 - 9 pm CT.

In the past, the Women's Clinic was in the Texas Club on the east side of DKR, where women drank win and giggled all night.

Let's just say even the Women's Clinic had a culture change on Saturday.

Charlie Strong told the women the coaches and players won't throw up their Horns until they earn it. The Longhorn emblem on the floor in the locker room is roped off, too.

The reports I got are that Pat Moorer did not hold back.

At one point, he told the women that after teams played Texas those teams were going to say: "Man, those were some tough f*ckers!"

Also Moorer had the women doing pushups and situps in the weight room. He had them do 21 pushups, then 21 situps. Then 18 of each. Then 15 of each. Then 12 of each. Then 9 of each, 6 of each and 3 of each.

When some women tried to do the pushups on their knees, Moorer yelled, "Get those knees up off the floor!!!"

"I don't think I'll be able to move tomorrow," one attendee said.

The women did position drills at each position. Shawn Watson led the QB drills. Jordan Hicks led the linebacker drills. C Dominic Espinosa helped lead OL drills. RB Malcolm Brown and DT Malcom Brown led position drills, too.

According to my sources, the women seemed to be particularly gaga over punter William Russ, who helped lead the special teams drills.

A panel of players that included Jordan Hicks, RB Malcolm Brown, DT Malcom Brown, LB Demarco Cobbs and TE Geoff Swaim, took questions.

Swaim was asked about the biggest change in coaching styles and said communication and access to the coaches.

Swaim basically said it was all top-down in the past and now the players feel comfortable talking to the coaches, who are laser focused on making the players better. The other players on the panel were nodding in agreement.


THE CWS ROAD ENDS FOR TEXAS: After a ridiculous layout catch by Vandy's Rhett Wiseman robbed C.J. Hinojosa of a multi-base hit in the top of the 10th, freshman Tyler Campbell became the hero for the Commodores with an infield hit that scored the winning run in a 4-3 Vandy win.

Campbell's hit came after Texas P John Curtiss had two outs and the bases empty. But a two-out single by Wiseman, followed by a walk and a hit batsman by Curtiss loaded the bases for Campbell. And the end followed for Texas.

Now, everyone wants to know what will happen to Augie Garrido, 75, who has one year left on his UT contract.

I'd be surprised if Garrido isn't back for that final season with a team that will include some key players who picked up some valuable experience: P Chad Hollingsworth will be a junior; P Morgan Cooper will be a sophomore; P John Curtiss will be a junior.

Also back are sophomores-to-be C Tres Barrera, 3B Zane Gurwitz, 1B Kacy Clemens and junior-to-be SS C.J. Hinojosa, who is emerging as the leader of the team and was phenomenal in the postseason for UT.

And could pitchers Parker French and Dillon Peters be back for their senior seasons despite being selected in the MLB Draft?

Garrido vowed to turn things around, and he did.

We'll see who signs pro contracts among the juniors. But there should be a lot to work with coming back after this run in the CWS.



#1 ... WIth Lucy Li's star-making turn at the U.S. Women's Open at age 11, I've got a question for you: What were you doing at 11?

I was delivering newspapers in the snow in Michigan before getting fired when asking for a raise.

#2 ... Everyone has an opinion about LeBron and his opt-out clause with Miami. I say LeBron should do whatever the hell he wants. Opt in. Opt out. Do whatever makes you happy and gives you the best chance to win a championship.

Go back to Cleveland. Go to the LA Clippers. Go to Chicago. Stay in Miami.

LeBron will definitely opt out - as anyone with that option should - to put the most leverage on the Heat and team president Pat Riley to "retool" the roster (as Riley vowed last week).

The only thing that will get LeBron in trouble is if he handles whatever decision he makes poorly from a PR standpoint. Which means, if I'm LeBron, I don't say a word to anybody but my agent about my decision-making until my decision is made.

And then I announce it as humbly as possible. Otherwise, there is no wrong decision by LeBron in my mind, because he has to do whatever is best for him and him alone.

#3 ... I want no part of Joel Embiid with the top pick in this week's NBA Draft. A 7-footer with back and foot problems? No thanks. I'll let another team take that risk if I'm the Cleveland Cavaliers. I don't need the second coming of Greg Oden.


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