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Daily Round Up: Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012

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Mack Brown will be more hands-on. [Dallas Morning News]

We have a QB conundrum. [ESPN]

The Horns have missed 91 tackles this season, according to ESPN stats. [Dallas Morning News]

It wasn't pretty or creative, but it was a win. [AAS]

That shovel pass just cost a realtor a commission. [AAS]

Tech has new uniforms for this week's game against Texas. [CBS Sports]

Texas is still No. 23. [Dallas Morning News]

Texas was a loser on Saturday. [Houston Chronicle]

Loser: Texas. There are such things as good losses. Are there such things as bad wins? Probably not. But if there is, the Longhorns’ 21-17 victory over Kansas qualifies. Texas is probably the worst 6-2 team in the country and has potential to finish as the worst 8-4 or 7-5 team in the country. Add to that the Longhorns still haven’t settled on a quarterback to replace Colt McCoy, whose last game was in January 2010 after little brother Case had to bail out David Ash against Kansas.

Enjoy spending time in San Antonio? [SB Nation]

Around the Big 12

The Sooners had to revise their season goals. [ESPN]

Brian Kelly stole Bob's nickname. [Tulsa World]

"I've been on record saying since the day he left Iowa to come to Kansas State he's been the best coach in America," Brown said. "He's built a program that traditionally couldn't win into a program that has a chance to win all the games this year and be as good as anybody in the country." [NewsOK]

Collin Klein is in the lead for Heisman. [USA Today]

The Wildcats aren't flying under the radar anymore. [Topeka Capital-Journal]

Don't blame the conference, TCU. [Pegasus News]