The NFL Draft is a moment that many NFL fans, like myself, always get excited for. It's a chance to see if your favorite team will draft a player that you love or absolutely disagree with.

Another group it's certainly exciting for is the college players themselves. This is what they've been working for their entire life, after all - a chance to play in the big leagues and maybe even earn themselves a chance for a ring or two.

One such school that many keep their eye on is none other than the University of Texas. The Longhorns have a storied history in college football, and while some have disdain for them, nobody can say they haven't left their mark on the game.

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This past weekend was the moment everyone was waiting for, albeit from Las Vegas. The NFL Draft was underway. Teams both picked and traded for the players they wanted.

While all of this chaos was going on, many players waited to hear their name called. In total, 262 players got their moment.

Except...the Longhorns had no players from their squad last year picked. No players were selected from the University of Texas.

According to the Dallas Morning News, this isn't the first this has happened either. In 2014, it occurred for the first time. Two players were projected to be chosen in various mock drafts, but those never came to fruition.

Oklahoma and Baylor on the other hand had 7 and 6 players drafted respectively. If anything, Steve Sarkisian certainly has a lot of work to do in this upcoming college football season.

What do you think about UT getting snubbed at the NFL Draft? Tap the Chat button in our free app and sound off.

Love the TV Show 'Friends'? This Texas House Could Be Your Dream Home!

Here's your chance to live just like Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey, Phoebe, and Ross!

This 'Friends'-themed townhouse in Houston was listed on Airbnb and just hit the real estate market. Diana Hu, an agent at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate in Houston, said this is the first time in 16 years that she's listed a home with a pop culture theme, according to the Today show.

The living room and kitchen will be familiar to 'Friends' fans as you will see from the real estate photos. At the top of the stairs, you’ll see a foosball table that looks a lot like the one in Joey and Chandler's apartment, surrounded by a comfy couch.

The three-story house also has a two-car garage with a Tesla charger. It's located at 1706 Bevis Street in Houston, and the asking price is $330,000.

Shall we take a look around, friends?

This $170M Texas Ranch With 65,000 Acres Is a Dog Lover’s Dream Home

Mesa Vista, the 65,000-acre Panhandle ranch, which belonged to oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens until his death three years ago, has been up for sale since 2017. The list of mind-blowing amenities is long, but for the price it's quite a deal!

The property includes its own golf course, a chapel with a memory garden, an airport with a private apartment for the pilot, and a 40-unit kennel, complete with a bronze dog sculpture in front of the building. Pickens, who was an avid hunter and dog lover, told Land Report in 2015Back when I couldn’t afford one bird dog, I had two. When I couldn’t afford two, I had three.”

Let's take a look around this incredible piece of property, which was recently reduced from $250 to $170 million, and see what kind of luxuries you and your furry friends could enjoy!

Texas in Top 10 Best States to Work from Home in America

How many people do you know that work from home? Since the pandemic, the number of employers with remote jobs has risen steadily.

WalletHub used 12 factors to compare 50 states and the District of Columbia, including the percentage of people working from home, internet cost, cybersecurity, plus size and population concentration of homes in the state.

Let's take a look at the states that are the best for remote work, and where Texas sits on the list nationwide.

21 Texas Town Names Outsiders Can't Pronounce

Have you ever heard someone call Killeen "Kye-lean" or Salado "Salad-oh"? That's just the tip of the Texas mispronunciation iceberg. Here are the towns and cities most folks who didn't grow up in Texas don't have a clue how to pronounce.

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