Daily Round Up: Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012

“The practices are getting better,” senior safety Kenny Vaccaro said. “If we keep practicing hard, we’ll get better. When you’re playing good football, you’re building confidence. After the OU loss, we got back to being more violent and reckless in practice, and I think it’s paying off.” [Dallas Morning News]

Iowa State is a litmus test. [Dallas Morning News]

David Ash does not quit. [ESPN]

There are similarities with the 2010 season. [Dallas Morning News]

An Oklahoman agrees with Mack Brown. [Tulsa World]

Tom Fornelli is actually paid to write about sports. Unbelievable. [CBS Sports]

Mack Brown is a class act. [Des Moines Register]

Around the Big 12

The Sooners have been waiting for the Baylor rematch. [NewsOK]

How dare an analyst question the validity of the Land Thief Belldozer? [NewsOK]

Mike Gundy is still confused about his QB. [SI]

Bill Snyder expects that Colin Klein will play against TCU. [Fox Sports]

The lack of a Big 12 title game may hurt K-State's national title hopes. [Dallas Morning News]

Dana Holgorsen has helped two programs rise. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Tommy Tuberville explains his offense. [Lubbock Avalanche-Journal]

Mike Gundy, circa 1983. [NewsOK]

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