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Daily Round Up: The RRS Has Been Sold

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The baseball team beat Baylor! [Boxscore]

Texas paid over a quarter of a million dollars for that Charlie Strong coaching search. [USA Today]

AT&T bought the Texas-OU game. [Dallas Morning News]

Big 12

The Sooners are worried about TEs. [NewsOK]

So much for TCU's new spread offense. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Art Briles hasn't visited his new stadium. [Waco Tribune]

Open Range

It's a showdown between UConn and Kentucky. [SI]

So much for the Fab Five. [Dallas Morning News]

A UConn basketball player has no regrets about decommitting from Texas. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

The union model is a grossly inappropriate solution, according to the NCAA president. [SI]

All college sports are not equal. [Yahoo Sports]

The NFL welcomes a new era. [SB Nation]

Richard Sherman continues to poke fun at Michael Crabtree. [CBS Sports]