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Daily Round Up: Oklahoma Has A Pasta Problem

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Texas is leading the state college basketball revival. [Fox Sports]

Playing a football game in Mexico City is a great idea. [Rant Sports]

Aggies and Longhorns: A tale of two programs. [Good Bull Hunting]

If Rick Perry wants this guy as UT's next chancellor, then you know he can't be good. [Texas Tribune]

Big 12

There was nothing smart about Marcus Smart's punishment. [CBS Sports]

OSU has self-reported some minor violations. [NewsOK]

The Sooners have self-reported an excessive pasta violation. [CBS Sports]

Should Bob Stoops declare war on carbs? [EDSBS]

Did Mike Gundy change the format of the spring game just to avoid QB speculation? [Stillwater News Press]

Scott Drew keeps basketball talent rolling into Waco. [Baylor Lariat]

OU's basketball program wasn't really affected by probation. [NewsOK]

Is the death of the Big 12 inevitable? [Bleacher Report]

Open Range

Before the NCAA changes the rules to slow down up-tempo offenses, they need evidence. [Dallas Morning News]

Some college basketball players take the three and four-year plan. [Detroit Free Press]

Is it time to move the three-point line in college basketball? [Sports On Earth]

Rick Pitino thinks social media is poison. [ESPN]

When sports technology meets human psychology, things don't always go as planned. [Sport Techie]

Who are the winners and losers of the UIL's realignment? [Dallas Morning News]

Here's your medical guide to college football withdrawal. [EDSBS]

The Agricultural and Mechanical Department

ESTABLISHMENT OF UNIVERSITY; AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. The legislature shall as soon as practicable establish, organize and provide for the maintenance, support and direction of a University of the first class, to be located by a vote of the people of this State, and styled, "The University of Texas," for the promotion of literature, and the arts and sciences, including an Agricultural, and Mechanical department. - Texas Constitution

Johnny Manziel is going to be a legend in the NFL. [Dallas Morning News]

The Aggies have one-upped big brother. [Dallas Morning News]

A&M's AD hopes Manziel will eventually earn his degree. [Dallas Morning News]