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Daily Round Up: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013

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The Horns lost to the Sooners. [Barking Carnival]

There is bad news and then there is more bad news. [AAS]

Texas (8-10) fell to 0-5 in the Big 12, its worst start since the league began competition in 1996-97.

Holmes, the Longhorns’ leading rebounder, broke a bone in his right hand and left the game with 6 minutes, 58 seconds remaining in the first half.

The basketball team will get new jerseys in February. [Yahoo Sports]

The baseball team comes in at No. 23 in the Perfect Game 2013 Preseason Poll. [Texas Sports]

The football team will have an offensive strategy in 2013. [Barking Carnival]

Around the Big 12

Kansas is the best basketball team in the modern era. [CBS Sports]

West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins apologizes for the team's poor play. [Yahoo Sports]

The Sooners are one of the 10 football teams that lost the most talent. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Kirk Bohls has some ideas on Big 12 expansion. [AAS]

Open Range

Radical changes are needed in the bowl system. [Sporting News]

Here's a simple breakdown of the new NCAA regulations. [EDSBS]

Now the Miami Hurricane's basketball program is in trouble with the NCAA. [SI]

There may be a method to detect the presence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in living brains. [Forbes]

So, what's Johnny Football up to this week? [Throw The Flag]

Recently hired Arkansas coach Brett Bielema is having a Twitter war with Wisconsin fans. [ESPN]

And finally...

It is time someone noticed. [AAS]

Here’s what’s wrong with America: We are obsessed with Manti Te’o’s fake girlfriend and never cared about Lizzy Seeberg. People are still talking about the fictional Lennay Kekua but have no idea that Seeburg was a real 19-year-old freshman at St. Mary’s, a school near Notre Dame, who in 2010 accused a still-current Irish football player of rape and then committed suicide 10 days later. Police didn’t even talk to the accused player until 15 days after the incident reportedly occurred, and he was never charged.