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Daily Round Up: Thursday, May 9, 2013

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Texas is at the top of the revenue heap once again.


Texas commit Cypress Falls (Houston) outside linebacker Otaro Alaka.

Once again, Texas is at the top of athletic department revenue for 2012. [USA Today]

The new medical school calls for the eventual demolition of the Erwin Center. [Alcalde]

Big 12

Kliff Kingsbury has a message for his players about off-season workouts. [Twitpic]

TCU and Minnesota will be playing a home-and-home series in 2014 and 2015. [Star Tribune]

What Big 12 football players have a shot at a breakout season? [Dallas Morning News]

Open Range

The Texas Legislature has approved a public school pilot program where parents can buy supplemental insurance for concussions. [The Republic]

Here's your way-too-early bowl predictions. [CBS Sports]

Can The Ohio State University end the SEC title streak? [SI]

Character counts, even in the College Football Hall of Fame. [Dallas Morning News]

SEC coaching salaries rise faster than instructors at the same school. [SI]

There's an entitlement problem in elite high school basketball. [ESPN]

Jason Collins has an ally in Denver Nugget Kenneth Faried. [ESPN]

It is tough to be Nick Saban. [Atlanta Business Journal]

Tim Tebow's fans are one of his main problems. [CBS Sports]

Great planning. The Aggies will wait to figure out parking after they have expanded their stadium. [Dallas Morning News]