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Daily Round Up: Beating Art Briles Feels Like...

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"I don't have an answer for this team. I wish I did," Strong said. "I wish each and every week was like this." [Dallas Morning News]

Charlie Strong is on the right track. [Bleacher Report]

Eight is enough in 2016? [Hook'Em]

Shooting from the hip on the Baylor win. [Barking Carnival]

And here's your game post-mortem. [Barking Carnival]

Stupid national media theme continuing ahead...Is Charlie's job safe? [MSN]

Charlie needs to eliminate the blind spots. [Hook'Em]

The Horns won, but changes still need to happen. [247]

Everyone say awwww.....There will be no Sugar Bowl for Arty this year. [Associated Press]

I hate to say it, but this was fun to watch. [Mediaite]

The men's basketball team beat Samford. [Barking Carnival]

Cam Ridley is flourishing under Smart. [Hook'Em]

Coach Smart is experiencing growing pains. [Today's Sports]

Shaka Smart wants an aggressive mindset. [247 Texas]

Kerwin Roach's dunk against UT-Arlington is worth watching again and again and again... [USA Today]

Cougar High does not like big brother intruding on their territory. [Houston Business Journal]

Some other stuff

Prepare yourself., because you won't believe this happened...A Tallahassee police officer said there were problems with Jameis Winston investigation. [USA Today]

Mack Brown's brother is retiring from coaching. [Centre Daily Times]

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