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Daily Round Up: Monday, October 15, 2012

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The Horns didn't stop anything on Saturday. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

"We couldn't stop the run," said Texas defensive end Alex Okafor, whose team allowed a season-high 343 rushing yards. "When you can't stop the run, things get ugly real quick."

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Amazing how things can change in a few short days. [ESPN]

It was a mere six days ago that Texas coach Mack Brown insisted, with much conviction and vigor, he and defensive coordinator Manny Diaz were on the same page.

Thanks for the reminder. [CBS Sports]

I realize Texas misses LB Jordan Hicks, but this is ridiculous. Texas looks like the worst tackling team in major college football right now. Texas, which was No. 6 in the nation in run defense last year, is No. 103 now after getting annihilated by Oklahoma. Opponents also are 10 of 13 against Texas on fourth down. Last season, Texas was No. 4 in the nation in toughest fourth-down D at 5 of 17.

Everyone was doing math after Saturday's game. [Houston Chronicle]

Is there really a Red River rope? [USA Today]

Mack Brown has no answers. [NewsOK]

So much for the SEC style football. [NewsOK]

Here's how tough the Sooners looked. SEC tough, with a touch of Big 12 fireworks.

Mack Brown talked in the off-season of turning his ‘Horns into an SEC-style team, but the Sooners beat him to the punch.

Around the Big 12

Iowa State gave Bill Snyder a great game. [Des Moines Register]

Kansas benched their starting QB but still lost to OSU. [Arizona Daily Star]

The Frogs ran all over Baylor. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Texas Tech is for real. [Lubbock Avalanche-Journal]

Geno Smith is still in the Heisman race despite the loss on Saturday. [CBS Sports]