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Daily Round Up: Horns Are In The Title Hunt

Jamie Squire
Disclaimer: Before you proceed, just remember that none of the links are vetted and you may be reading something written by a 13-year-old, a so-called sports journalist or Clay Travis (is there really any difference between those options?). Read at your own peril.

Texas is No. 15 in this week's Associated Press college basketball poll. [San Antonio Express-News]

The Horns are in the hunt for the Big 12 title. [KU Sports]

KU's starting point guard stewed on the bench. [KU Sports]

People need to appreciate Demarcus Holland. [KU Sports]

There's a lot of love going around. [Barking Carnival]

Big 12

Five Big 12 basketball teams are ranked. [San Antonio Express-News]

Oklahoma isn't just stealing Texas recruits. [NewsOK]

Open Range

Don't expect college athletes to unionize any time soon. [The Federalist]

There's a flipping epidemic in college football. [ESPN]

The LOI is a one-sided deal with the devil. [CBS Sports]

The base salary doesn't tell the whole story when it comes to college football coaches' compensation. [WFAA]

Texas high school football now has 6A teams. [DCTF]

Several 'Friday Night Tykes' coaches have been suspended. [KHOU]

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

Why does this story not surprise us? [NBC Sports]

What was Johnny Manziel's lasting contribution to A&M? [Rant Sports]

The Aggies are renovating again. [Dallas Morning News]

The Seattle Seahawks success could be a revenue boom for A&M. [Forbes]

The Twelfth Man phrase origins are disputed. [Vocabulary]