Daily Round Up: Slow News Day

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Disclaimer: Before you proceed, just remember that none of the links are vetted and you may be reading something written by a 13-year-old, a so-called sports journalist or Clay Travis (is there really any difference between those options?). Read at your own peril.

It was an exciting win. [Dallas Morning News]

Felix could be the Horns' most dangerous scorer. [Dallas Morning News]

The basketball team comes up big! [CBS Sports]

Manny Diaz found a job in Louisiana [Dallas Morning News] and Stacy Searles is headed to Virginia. [Washington Post]

Is Diane Duane Akina headed to Berkeley? [California Golden Blogs]

The new Mack and Sally Brown Rise School in underway. [AAS]

Open Range

Could bad weather postpone the Super Bowl? [Youtube]

Warren Buffet offers 1 billion for a perfect March Madness bracket. [CBS Sports]

What did we learn from this season's coaching carousel? [CBS Sports]

Stem cell therapy could impact sports. [Sport Techie]

Super Bowl

Did everyone enjoy Crabtree getting beat in the last minute and knocked out of a championship game as much as I did?

I like this Richard Sherman. [CBS Sports]

Bill Belichick had some choice words for his former wide receiver, Wes Welker. [CBS Sports]

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