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Daily Round Up: The Conference Has Baseball Muscle

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Jordan Shipley has a new day job. [ESPN]

Kevin Durant has a rapper problem. [Deadspin]

As long as the Sooners are happy, we're happy. [NewsOK]

The official CWS program is available for purchase. [IMG]


Big 12

So, so sorry, BYU. [CBS Sports]

The conference flexed its baseball muscle. [ESPN]

The Land Thieves set this whole O'Bannon-NCAA mess in motion. [Tulsa World]

Here is everything you want to know about Trevor Knight. [Tulsa World]

What went wrong when Howard Schnellenbrger was at OU? [Fox Sports]

Open Range


Sleazy third-party recruiting and football camps.

An economist for the O'Bannon team may help change college sports. [ESPN]

The NCAA model is a major payday for  everyone but the athletes. [Buckeye Extra]

Here's why former Alabama player Tyronne Prothro joined the O'Bannon suit. [Alabama]

There will be no Division 4. [USA Today]

All coaching jobs are temp jobs. [Coaching Search]

The NFL may start using drones. [Awful Announcing]

What is O.J. Simpson's life like now and does anyone really care? [SI]