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Daily Round Up: We Are Headed For The Promised Land

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Hang in there, we are headed back to the promised land. [247 Texas]

Are we Russell Athletic Bowl bound? [Dallas Morning News]


Highlights from the UT-Arlington game.

Tuesday evening's play was sloppy. [San Antonio Express-News]

The UT-Arlington win wasn't all that pretty so go ahead and watch some UConn highlights. [Youtube]

What is happening on the 40 Acres?

What starts here really does change the world. UT Researchers have identified a network of genes that may work together to determine alcohol dependency. [UTexas]

100 jars of human brains went missing [The Week] but they have been located. [USA Today] No brains were found in College Station.

UT is now offering a class on Beyonce and Rihanna. [Fox]

Big 12

The conference week in review.

The Big 12 Commish speaks about student-athlete initiatives. [Youtube]

The college football's playoff committee's first test is the Big 12 decision. [CBS Sports]

So sorry Bears, but TCU is #3. [CBS Sports]

Bob likes playing on championship weekend. [ESPN]

Paul Rhoads is upbeat about Iowa State's future. [Fresno Bee]

College Gameday will be in Waco this weekend. [USA Today]

Open Range

There could be a blood test that determines if a player is ready to return to the field after a concussion. [Penn Medicine]

Get ready because college athletics is changing. [Business of College Sports]

It is reported that Will Muschamp has a new job. [Rivals] Did anyone think he would take the A&M offer? [Dallas Morning News]

Can a better football helmet save a player's brain? [Washingtonian]