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Daily Round Up: Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012

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“A&M was a good rivalry,” UT safety Adrian Phillips said. “And we ended it the way it was supposed to be ended.”

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Nate Boyer is the 2012 recipient of the Disney Spirit Award. [Dallas Morning News]

The Horns could still win 10 games this season. [AAS]

Is a BCS bowl in our future? [ESPN]

For some, Thanks giving just isn't the same. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Don't cry for us, Texas A&M. [Houston Chronicle]

Mack Brown is a very scared guy. [Tumblr]

Around the Big 12

"The really only failures in life are giving up and not trying and not caring," coach Bill Snyder said. "I would like to think that none of the young people in that room fit that category. They're going to be tremendously disappointed, and eventually, and the sooner the better, that will turn into anger and then it's time to get it behind us and move on. They still have some opportunities to do some special things." [NBC Sports]

The only thing we know right now is that a Big 12 team will not be a part of the BCS championship game. [Tulsa World]

It is time for Bedlam. [NewsOK]

So much for those free tickets to the Kansas game. [SF Gate]

Open Range

Realignment. Yes, it is happening again. [USA Today]

Maryland made a good, economical choice. [SI]

Is it true that in rivalry games anything can happen? [Harvard Sports Analysis Collective]

ESPN and ACC reach a 12-year deal for the Orange Bowl. [SI]