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Rick Barnes has issued the team a challenge. [Dallas Morning News]

Losing in the first round just isn't acceptable. [Dallas Morning News]

According to 538, Texas has a 1% chance to win it all. [538]

What chance does CHarlie Strong have to succeed as a new coach? [CBS Sports]

The men's basketball team is going to China in 2015. [Texas Sports]

March Madness

If you have a perfect bracket, you could win one million dollars. [SI]

Nate Silver has some thoughts on who reaches the Final Four. [ESPN]

SMU is ranked yet uninvited. [CBS Sports]

The numbers say Arizona will take the title this year. [CBS Sports]

Bill Self talks about the loss of Joel Embiid. [CBS Sports]

Open Range

The NCAA has to prepare for another lawsuit. [Deadspin]

Now that the conference basketball season is over, the firings can begin. [CBS Sports]

Michigan will not allow alcohol at their football games. [CBS Sports]

A Former Fiesta Bowl CEO has been sentenced for illegal campaign contributions. [CBS Sports]

Allen High School did not get what they paid for. [SI]