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David Ash isn't the only one.

The Horns are looking for revenge. [The Daily Texan]

What will it take to pull off an upset? [ESPN]

Charlie Strong is pragmatist. [KXAN]

Jason Hall is making an early season impact. [The Daily Texan]

Yes, everyone is everyone. Art Briles does not understand John Harris. [Dallas Morning News]

The Bears respect Charlie. [ESPN]

“No doubt about it,” Davis said. “I’ll put it to you this way. There are coaches out there – and you know who they are; I won’t even name them – but when you have certain kids on your team that you need to win, (the coaches will stick with them no matter what). Charlie Strong, to me, is very consistent.” [CBS Sports]

Augie isn't changing a thing. [Orangebloods]

It's all about Bristol. Mack and Sally made a commitment to ESPN and he isn't leaving for SMU. [Dallas Morning News]

There is no compelling reason to play A&M. [Dallas Morning News]

Big 12

Coaches know that losing is a firing offense. [AP]

Baker Mayfield's father insulted the conference Boy Toy. [No Guts No Glory]

Open Range

Gus Malzahn has a foolproof plan so one steals the game plan. [Alabama]

Charlie Weis is college football's most successful failure. [Grantland]

The Agricultural and Mechanical Department

ESTABLISHMENT OF UNIVERSITY; AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. The legislature shall as soon as practicable establish, organize and provide for the maintenance, support and direction of a University of the first class, to be located by a vote of the people of this State, and styled, "The University of Texas," for the promotion of literature, and the arts and sciences, including an Agricultural, and Mechanical department. - Texas Constitution

The state's flagship agricultural school  can't even grow their own grass. [Dallas Morning News]

There is a new documentary on Texas and A&M rivalry. [Vimeo]