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Daily Round Up: Monday, Feb. 11, 2013

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We don’t play as a team," Papapetrou said. "Guys worry about themselves, who’s getting the most minutes or their personal stats, but it’s a team game. [Daily Texan]

Rick Barnes just can't explain it. [San Antonio Express-News]

This year's recruiting class was short on the number of recruits, but long on offensive line talent. [AAS]

Mack Brown breaks down the 2013 class. [Dallas Morning News]

How can Brown fix the recruiting issues? [AAS]

Around the Big 12

Kilff Kingsbury is motivated by naysayers. [Lubbock Avalanche-Journal]

Watch out for the Bears again. Art Briles recruiting class is good. [Waco Tribune]

Paul Rhoads signed his best recruiting class ever. [Des Moines Register]

Rhoads convinced nine kids from Florida to move to Ames, Iowa. [Des Moines Register]

Open Range

The college football playoff committee details have been ironed out. [ESPN]

There's a new reality in the role of a RB. [SI]

The UNC academic fraud case has been tracked to one guy. [Deadspin]

The Catholic Conference is close to a network deal. [Sports Media Watch]

The game made former NFL player George Visger the man he is today. [ESPN]

Terrell Suggs sums up our feelings for Skip Bayless. [Deadspin]

A Texas state representative wants to limit football practices to one full contact practice per week. [Cypress Creek Mirror]

The Paterno family just won't let it go. [SI]

Where is Johnny Football this week? [Throw The Flag]