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Daily Round Up: Barnes Never Saw That Win Coming

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"You don’t ever expect it to be easy," Texas’ Rick Barnes said. "You never expect that."

No one saw that coming. [AAS]

It was a quick start and an awesome ending. [Houston Chronicle]

It has been a good season for Rick Barnes. [SI]

We now have our own version of former A&M AD Bill Byrne's letter. [Texas Sports]

Charlie Strong requires every player to log 10 hours of community service every semester. [Texas Sports]

There's been a lot of buzz about the Texas football program in the past week. [CBS Sports]

Meet DL coach Chris Rumph and DB coach Chris Vaughn. [ESPN]

Another search committee has been chosen. [Texas Tribune]

Bill Powers has some nice things to say about Rick Perry's Chancellor candidate Kyle Janek. [Texas Tribune]

Big 12

So long, Sooners. [Tulsa World]

Some Big 12 football coaches still want a spring game. [ESPN]

OU assistant football coach Cale Gundy blasts the SEC on Twitter and then apologized. [Tulsa World]

Will alcohol at conference events cause more field and court rushing? [CBS Sports]

Open Range

Injuries do play a factor in March Madness seeding. [CBS Sports] (And yes, that online course in bracketology exists.)

Joe Lunardi gets credit for bracketology. [Sports On Earth]

The IRS would like a word with a few bowl committees. [CBS Sports]

There are times in life when people just need to shut up and go away. Mrs. Sandusky believes the victims were manipulated . [CBS Sports]