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Daily Round Up: Texas Is The Flagship Program

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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.

Longhorn Nation should be pleased with the 2014 recruiting class. [Hookem Headlines]

Do you know what happened the last time Texas had the 20th ranked recruiting class? [The Daily Texan]

Texas is the flagship program and don't you forget it. [NBC Sports]

Charlie does not care for all those gadgets in College Station. [Hookem Headlines]

Joe Wickline's son will play football for UTSA. [Stillwater News Press]

Is the basketball crisis over? [WRAL]

A&M and Texas are collaborating on a robotics challenge. [KXAN]

Big 12

Blake Bell will be a TE. [NewsOK]

Gary Patterson is very excited about his recruiting class. [Dallas Morning News]

Mike Gundy postponed his NSD press conference. [Tulsa World]

Some of the Big 12 is snowed in. [ESPN]

That's too bad. Scott Drew seems to be having a tough year. [Atlantic City Press]

Open Range

Coaches miss on recruits all the time. [CBS Sports]

College coaches are getting creative with their recruiting tweets. [Bradenton Herald]

Is Pete Carroll the future of coaching? [Deadspin]

Realignment is going on in the state of Texas. [Waco Tribune]

Kevin Sumlin stayed committed to a player even though his football career is over. [Dallas Morning News]

The sordid end of a former NFL running back. [SB Nation]