Daily Round Up: Friday, May 24, 2013

Texas basketball needs a new attitude.

It is just an attitude problem, according to Rick Barnes. [Sporting News]

Longhorn center Dominic Espinosa has been named to the Rimington Award watch list for the 2013 season. [Dallas Morning News]

Big 12


How the hell do you stop Baylor? [Football Study Hall- Part 1, Part 2, Part 3]

Kansas has a new wide receiver. [CBS Sports]

Is Mike Gundy being a jerk about Wes Lunt's transfer? [CBS Sports]

Is Gundy just insecure and petty? [Barking Carnival]

Charlie Weis wants to change the culture at Kansas. [Fox]

Open Range

What do those ESPN layoffs mean for the company's future? [Yahoo Finance]

Missouri needs a painful reality check about SEC membership. [EDSBS]

The next big thing in college sports in GPS tracking technology. [Business of College Sports]

Mike Leach is still suing ESPN, Craig James and a Dallas public relations firm. [Lubbock Online]

Paul Finebaum joined the outstanding sports journalism network ESPN. [ESPN]

Johnny Football will transfer? [SB Nation]

Where was the largest barbecue in history held? [Football Study Hall]

And finally...

Second day of shameless plug. I goofed up the link yesterday so here it is again. Go vote for Kevin McCrea for best family photographer. [D Magazine]

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