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Daily Round Up: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013

I certainly hope Major Applewhite feels this way about his coaching career. [Daily Texan]

Bevo should be ranked No. 1. [SB Nation]

Around the Big 12

OU's strength of schedule could help the football program in future seasons. [Tulsa World]

The Sooners have a dual threat QB in their future. [ESPN]

Just doing it, SEC style. TCU just hired the father of one of the school's recruits. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Charlie Weis is ready for next season. [KU Sports]

The Bears have some 2013 football resolutions. [Our Daily Bears]

Open Range

The study finds the largest gap by far in the SEC, which combines relatively low academic spending and explosive coaching salaries. Median athletic spending there totaled nearly $164,000 per athlete in 2010. That more than 12 times the $13,390 that SEC schools spent per student for academic expenses, including instructional costs and student services.

Nothing to see here. Move along. [Waco Tribune]

What is the most valuable college conference? [Forbes]

Recruiting as we know it may change. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

More on Lane Kiffin's illustrious coaching tenure at USC. [SI]

This is what happens when you put blinders on about talented athletes. [Kansas City Sports]