By Riley Zayas
AUSTIN, Texas — For Texas fans, the weeks spanning from March 13 on were ones to remember … or in some ways, to forget.
Headlining the news was not only the ever-spreading coronavirus pandemic, but also the effects it was having on America as a whole — among those, the cancelation of all spring NCAA championships. Soon enough, the Big 12 followed suit, putting an end to the seasons of baseball, softball, rowing, tennis, golf and track athletes on the Forty Acres and on the conference’s other campuses.
Yet in the midst of the chaos, frustration and sadness that surrounded the world of sports, a bit of excitement could be felt from .