Daily Round Up: Friday, Nov. 16, 2012

Steve Edmond is living up to the hype. [Houston Chronicle]

Has Anthony Fera lost his starting job? [Dallas Morning News]

The Frogs remind us of someone. [AAS]

Can the Horns wreak havoc in the Big 12? [Fox Sports]

A part of the Texas football legacy we would all like to forget. [AAS]

UT’s first black football varsity letter winner talks about DKR. [KUT]

Around the Big 12

Sad, but very, very true. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Kansas State's players prepared for a Bill Snyder tradition after rolling past Texas Tech by 31 points at home. Players locked arms and prepared to leave the field, but there was one big difference between that weekly ritual and the seven that preceded it in the 2012 season.

The leftover crowd serenaded both teams with the chant, "We own Texas! We own Texas! We own Texas!"

One final indignity for the Red Raiders: being showered with a chant that was once reserved for only the boys in burnt orange.

Bill Snyder always knew Collin Klein was special. [SB Nation]

Dana Holgorsen has called in motivation reinforcements [WVU Pros] because a four-game losing streak is not a lot of fun. [The Register-Herald]

The Pokes are still alive in the Big 12...sorta. [Dallas Morning News]

Lache Seastrunk is at peace. [Houston Chronicle]

Is Blake Bell going to trademark his name? [NewsOK]

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