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Daily Round Up: Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012

Through 11 games, it appears clear that David Ash has yet to take the strides necessary to be an elite quarterback because of how he played against top defenses like TCU and Oklahoma... [AAS]

Back to square one. [Horns Nation]

It was a very bleak Thanksgiving. [Inside Texas]

The Achilles' heel is back. [AAS]

Forget about that Texas-Texas A&M rematch. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

In case you were wondering. No, Mack Brown is not on a short list of NFL front offices. [College Football Scoop]


Around the Big 12


The Big 12 has more depth than the SEC. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Mike Gundy and Bob Stoops are BFFs. [Tulsa World]

Will we have conference co-champions? [NewsOK]

The Big 12 may send 9 teams to post-season bowls. [Yahoo Sports]

Open Range


Gene Chizik is his own worst enemy. []

It doesn't take long for the SEC vultures to start circling. [SB Nation]

Acceptance. Yes, Notre Dame is No. 1. [WSJ]

Everyone loves an underdog. [NewsOK]

Civil liberties and human rights? Seriously? [Lost Lettermen]

Anticipating this, one Buckeyes fan started a White House petition asking Barack Obama’s presidential administration to pardon Ohio State "from unjust NCAA sanctions preventing their rightful access to a BCS bowl game."

The petition — which was filed under issues pertaining to "Civil Rights and Liberties, Human Rights and Regulatory Reform" — has since been removed from the White House petition website due to being "in violation of our Terms of Participation."

Someone did not think this headline and photo placement through... [Jim Romenesko]

ESPN is the gold standard for sports journalism. [Deadspin]

We already have the Sooners for this kind of stupidity. No, FSU cannot join our conference. [Lost Lettermen]

Embarrassing, as usual. Aggies being Aggies. [Dr. Saturday]

And finally...

Cedric Benson as DJ. [Deadspin]