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Daily Round Up: All About Bob

The Commish made the news all day.

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"We've had an opportunity to talk about that game and it's over now," Strong said. "We've got to get our focus back and be ready to play good Arkansas team." [247 Texas]

Coach Strong has a history with Arkansas. [Dallas Morning News]

The bowl win may rest on Tyrone Swoopes' shoulders. [Dallas Morning News]

Charlie Strong voted FSU #1. [AAS]

Y'all do realize it is Texas' fault that Big 12 teams were left out of the college football playoffs? [Kent Sterling]

Big 12

We should listen to wise Uncle Bill. [News OK]

The conference is on the outside looking in on the football playoffs. [NY Times]

Bob Bowlsby took sides in the TCU-Baylor debate. [NBC Sports]

The Commish needs to have a talk with the Bears. [Student Section]

Bowlsby did no favors for former Texas high school players. [TX High School Football]

There are three reasons why Baylor was snubbed [Dallas Morning News] and why TCU was snubbed. [Dallas Morning News]

Briles said he wouldn't moan and groan about being left out of the playoffs, yet he continues to moan and groan. [ABC 7 News]

Open Range

Urban Meyer took the Buckeyes back to school. [WSJ]

Post-season play is a huge money maker for conferences. [Business of College Sports]

Athletic departments are now paying lobbyists. [NY Times]

Several schools have faced the decision whether to eliminate football. [NY Times]

The Big 10 has just announced a new comprehensive concussion policy. [Land-Grant Holy Land]

Thanks to social media, college athletes have a voice. [Awful Announcing]

Bowls ranked by watchability. [Fox Sports]