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Daily Round Up: It Is Luck's Job To Lose

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"It is Oliver Luck’s job to lose," said one industry source with knowledge of the Texas situation, indicating Luck could be hired by Dec. 1. "He’s No. 1 and No. 1A on their list. Then there’s everybody else."

Multiple sources reporting! A credible source Orangebloods is now reporting Oliver Luck is our guy. [Dallas Morning News]

Last year's film is motivation for both Texas and Kansas. [KU Sports]

Warning: Bad cliche ahead. Texas weathered a storm. [ESPN]

What did Tyrone Swoopes' debut mean for the Horns? [ESPN]

Whatever works. The Texas D just hangs out around the ball. [CT Post]

Barking Carnival has ye oral history of thou Texas-TCU game. [Barking Carnival]

Big 12

Can Baylor run the table?

Baylor's speed can burn. [Tulsa World]

It may be a lost season for West Virginia. [Charleston Gazette]

I guess Texas screwed up college football's greatest Thursday ever. [NewsOK]

Kansas is juggling QBs. [Topeka Capital-Journal]

The Big 12's bottom five are attempting to salvage their seasons. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Open Range

This should make Bill Snyder feel good. Should North Dakota be ranked? [CBS Sports]

Penn St. will pay Sandusky victims almost 60 million. [CBS Sports]

Athletic departments get million dollar apparel contracts. [Business of College Sports]

The NCC board chair does not envision a superdivision. [USA Today]

The Agricultural and Mechanical Department

ESTABLISHMENT OF UNIVERSITY; AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. The legislature shall as soon as practicable establish, organize and provide for the maintenance, support and direction of a University of the first class, to be located by a vote of the people of this State, and styled, "The University of Texas," for the promotion of literature, and the arts and sciences, including an Agricultural, and Mechanical department. - Texas Constitution

Kevin Sumlin believes he has two Heisman candidates on his team. [NFL]

As Bellmont Turns Resignation Watch- Day 45

Will Dodds announce today? Will Brown announce today? Will Oliver Luck take the AD job? Will Nick Saban leave the Redneck State and join western civilization as we know it? Or will Art Briles, or Gary Patterson, or David Shaw, or Charlie Strong, or Will Muschamp become our next coach? Will Rick Barnes resign? Will Augie Garrido resign?Tune in tomorrow for possible answers...