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Daily Round Up: Friday, March 29, 2013

Manziel, the movie.

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Quandre Diggs can play safety," Brown said. "He can play corner. When Adrian [Phillips] was out some of the bowl practice, Quandre got a good week at safety in there. [Daily Texan]

Quandre Diggs just wants to set the record straight. [ESPN]

Cedric Reed is ready to step in at DE. [Dallas Morning News]

Alex Okafor on the Texas football program: [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

"After the past two years, there is some stress," Okafor said. "There is going to be stress on next year's team. It's no different."

How can a program that routinely ranks among the nation's best in recruiting start winning the way this team should?

"Physcially, we have to get better," Okafor said.

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Mack Brown won an award. [KVUE]

154 days. [Time and Date]

Big 12

No one in Manhattan worries about Kansas State's low recruiting rankings. [Sporting News]

Texas Tech is interested in former Minnesota basketball coach Tubby Smith. [ESPN]

ISU's Fred Hoiberg got a 10-year contract extension. [Des Moines Register]

Open Range

Johnny Manziel's life should be on the big screen? [Dallas Morning News]

The NCAA is just a product of its environment. [NY Times]

How much do athletic directors make? [USA Today]