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Daily Round Up: Thursday, November 15, 2012

Jordan Spieth talks PGA tour qualifying school.

Mack Brown is impressed. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Texas has options at the TE position. [ESPN]

It is all about the 4th quarter. [ESPN]

While the Aggies soar, the LHN muddles along in relative obscurity. [Tulsa World]

Around the Big 12

Bill Snyder keeps his team winning by staying out of the Twitter. [Yahoo Sports]

If Tech beats Oklahoma State, the Alamo Bowl could be in the Red Raider's future. [Lubbock Avalanche-Journal]

It is elementary, Dana Holgorsen. [West Virginia Metro News]

The best part of West Virginia joining the Big 12? [NewsOK]

12 years is a long time. ESPN has reached a 12-year agreement with the Big 12 and the SEC for the Sugar Bowl. [ESPN]

The conference is good for at least two BCS bowl bids. [AAS]

Tubergate. The Big 12 admonished Tommy Tuberville slapping his assistant [Yahoo Sports]. Some think that wasn't punishment enough. [Dallas Morning News]

Open Range

Notre Dame's independence might not help their title chances. [SI]

Has A&M altered the SEC dynasty trajectory? [SI]

Is Johnny Manziel the QB of the future? [NFL]

Is sex for Iowa football tickets a good trade? [Press-Citizen]

And finally...

This just confirms my theory about sports writers. [Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective]