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Daily Round Up: Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Big 12 was involved in a hit-and-run named Dan Beebe.

Tiarra Davis is ready to make her mark in Austin. [Horn Sports]

Big 12

Bob Bowlsby and Bob Stoops think alike. [SB Nation]

Stoops wants to clarify his statement on paying players. [Tulsa World]

The Big 12 ran right over Dan Beebe and kept driving. [ESPN Big 12 Blog]

Bill Snyder is frustrated with the state of college sports. [SB Nation]

Cincinnati does not want to play Tech. [CBS Sports]

TCU has plans to remake Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Open Range

"In short, amateurism in intercollegiate athletics is whatever the N.C.A.A. says it is," it read. "The N.C.A.A. maintains its own idiosyncratic, changing, frequently arbitrary and often illogical definition of amateurism." -Drake Group [NY Times]

Boise State sues the Big East, or whatever they are called now. [One Bronco Nation Under God]

Vandalism, SEC ACC style. [SB Nation]

You are judged by the company you keep, Oregon. [Addicted To Quack]

UCLA would welcome gay athletes. [OutSports]

Spelman College may be leading a quiet revolution. [SB Nation]

Here are the weekends you or your friends, family, etc. should not get married. [SB Nation]

Insert joke here. The SEC MBA programs have started a competition among all the schools. [Business Week]

Mind your Ps and Qs, football fans. [EDSBS]

And finally...

Thoughts and well wishes go out to Forrest Gregg. [Dallas Morning News]