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Daily Round Up: Basketball Defense Is Dominant

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The football program is healthier after an ugly end to the Mack Brown era. [247 Texas]

What do we need to know about Arkansas? [Dallas Morning News]

Arkansas season in review. [ESPN]

What do Texas and Miami have in common? [247 Texas]

The basketball team's defense is dominant. [247 Texas]

Holiday Basketball Schedule
Tue. 12/16/2014 Lipscomb 7 p.m. Austin, Texas Longhorn Network
Sat. 12/20/2014 Long Beach State 7 p.m. Austin, Texas Longhorn Network
Tue. 12/23/2014 Stanford 6 p.m. Austin, Texas ESPN2 presented by St. David's HealthCare

Big 12

Tech's five-star QB just decommited. [USA Today]

Baylor lost their offensive coordinator, but very little will change. [Michigan Live]

Recruits must be excited about Kansas' new coach. [Lawrence Journal-World]

Open Range

Who are the most over and under paid defensive staffs in college football? [And The Valley Shock]

The college football playoffs aren't perfect. [Boston Globe]

Head-to-head college football competition is a lightning rod. [NewsOK]

Some good reads for the new year. [Smart Football]

Will Muschamp has a new job. [Dallas Morning News]

The University of Houston has a new head coach. [Sporting News]

New technology can monitor an athlete during games. [CBS AZ 5]

Will we see a sports show on MSNBC? [Variety]

Andrew Luck is the nicest trash talker in the NFL. [WSJ]

Thoughts and prayers go out to Jakell Mitchell's family and friends and Auburn. [Buckeye Extra]