Daily Round Up: Texas Was Beaten Every Way Possible

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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.

Kansas State beat the Horns every way possible. [KSN]

The TE position needs some improvement. [ESPN]

The Strong family has officially put their Louisville home on the market. [Card Chronicle]

It's on, Aggies. [Good Bull Hunting]

Greg Robinson is the new San Jose State defensive coordinator. [Coaching Search]

We're Texas

UT System Chancellor Franciso Cigarroa will step down. [Texas Tribune]

Big 12

Kansas and Kansas State need to drum up some more hate. [The Collegian]

This wasn't the first time that Tech fan taunted a player. [Dallas Morning News]

The world reacts to the infamous shove. [Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

The Mountaineers are looking for another defensive coordinator. [Rant Sports]

Open Range


The NFL seems ready for an openly gay player. [SB Nation]

Michael Sam shouldn't have to do this alone. [Deadspin]

Missouri fans show their support for Sam. [@WeatherZach]

We're counting down to the 2014 football season! [SB Nation]

Joe Maddon is 60! [CBS Sports]

Georgia's bulldog mascot met Georgetown's bulldog mascot. [Youtube]

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