Daily Round Up: Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

Texas beat Texas Tech. [AAS]

Freshman Connor Lammert is getting his chance to shine. [AAS]

Rick Barnes thinks Texas can still make the NCAA tournament. [Dallas Morning News]


Buyer. Liar. Leader. Legend. [Barking Carnival]

Marquise Goodwin made a great showing at the Senior Bowl. [Dallas Morning News]


Around the Big 12

At the recent NCAA Convention in Grapevine, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby suggested that his conference would talk about the advantages of the current size vs. 12, 14 or even 16 members.

While Bowlsby remains skeptical that bigger is better, even the small acknowledgement reignited rumors. One had the Big Ten, SEC and Big 12 raiding the vulnerable ACC for as many as 10 teams. Such a move would go against every signal Bowlsby has sent as commissioner. [Dallas Morning News]

The Big 12 is considering an alliance with other conferences. [AAS]

The conference will discuss the pros and cans of adding new members. [Dallas Morning News]

The Kansas basketball team can score less points and still have a great offense. [Kansas City Star]

Open Range

Notre Dame defends its handling of the Te'o situation. [ESPN]

The NCAA is a parasite. [SB Nation]

Should Mark Emmert get the blame for the NCAA's problems? [College Scholarships]

The NCAA rules could cause recruiting chaos. [SI]

The Big Ten is still talking expansion. [Columbus Dispatch]

The Mountain West Conference is stabile, for now. [Business of College Sports]

Bo Pelini is still Bo Pelini. [Yard Barker]

America's Team has been the model of mediocrity. [Barking Carnival]

And finally...


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