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Daily Round Up: 47 Days

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Stacy Revere
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.

A look ahead to the K-State game. [Bring On The Cats]

Augie Garrido is a foodie. [NCAA]

That whole Bill Powers thing just got ugly all around. [Ft. Worth Business News]

Powers was saved by his Rolodex. [Forbes]

Is Wallace Hall the most dangerous man in Texas? [Texas Monthly]

Big 12

Someone in Oklahoma has filed a lawsuit against Sports Illustrated over the OSU hatchet job expose. [NBC Sports]

Happy road tripping to Waco! Where will the Bears celebrate their next Big 12 title? [Waco Tribune]

Open Range

The lawsuit didn't kill the NCAA. [Polygon]

The college football playoff has their own official website. [Stillwater News Press]

I'm sure some school is just dying to win this beauty at the end of the season. [@NewsOKSports]

Georgia coach Mark Richt is one of my favorite people after reading this story. [The Telegraph]

Washington State has gone full-on Leach. [SB Nation]

When you can't say anything nice about a Zeta sister, then don't say anything at all. Pam Oliver has been replaced from Fox's NFL coverage by Erin Andrews. [SI]

Richard Sherman has some thoughts on the Washington Redskin's name. [SI]