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Daily Round Up: Monday, Oct. 22, 2012

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In football everything is complicated by the presence of the opposite team. ― Jean-Paul Sartre

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Stats are for losers. [Texas Sports]

Nike founder Phil Knight stopped by for a visit. [San Antonio Express-News]

Myck Kabongo is still waiting on the NCAA's decision. [NBC Sports]

ESPN's Jason King talks to Rick Barnes at Big 12 Media Days. [ESPN]

Everyone's favorite SID Bill Little on the Baylor game. [MBTF]

Around the Big 12

Go Irish. Sooners safety Javon Harris on the ND game: [NewsOK]

I mean, it's going to be a defensive battle and we're going to go out here and impose our will on another team.”

Kansas State has every intention of being in the national championship conversation. [SI]

K-State made their case in Morgantown. [CBS Sports]

The Wildcat program is magical. [Yahoo Sports]

63 wins makes Mike Gundy the winningest head football coach in OSU history. [Tulsa World]

Tech beat TCU in three overtimes. [CBS Sports]

Poor Kansas. [NewsOK]

This sounds vaguely familiar. Bob Stoops and Mack Brown have a lot in common. [Enid News]

Open Range

The state of Boise State. [WSJ]

By climbing up the rankings, Boise State threatens to undermine the established reality of college football. If perceptions are fluid and all grand absolutes are fallacies, is there any reason why Boise State can't be just as relevant as Notre Dame?

Collegiate apparel contracts are very big business. [Indianapolis Star]

A fitting tribute at the Big Tex memorial. [Twitter]

Bob Knight needs to pay for his grandchildren's college education. [Miami Herald]

And finally...