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Daily Round Up: Jayhawks Are Up

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This is a big week for Shaka Smart's team. Wednesday night the Horns travel to Morgantown to face the Moutaineers and Saturday Texas travels to Lawrence to play the Jayhawks.

The Horns haven't done very well on the road.

"We’re obviously going to be focused on West Virginia, 110 percent, and save Kansas for after that," said Longhorns forward Connor Lammert, "but yeah, it’s going to be a great measuring stick for us because we haven’t really done well on the road, other than Stanford."

Smart admires WVU's ability to press.

Well, one name anyway. The names we all know and love aren't at the top of the college football world anymore. The stars of the Texas show are Baylor, TCU and Houston.

Poke head basketball coach Travis Ford believes this is one of Bill Self's most dangerous Kansas teams.

Just fyi. The Pokes knocked off Kansas last night.

To expand or not to expand, that is the question.

West Virginia's president has joined OU's David Boren in a call for conference expansion.

Why not add UConn?

The Statesman's Kirk Bohls thinks expansion is likely in the next five years.

Read Option(al) or some other stuff.

Is there anyone that can end Alabama's recruiting streak?

This has to be some type of violation? Jim Harbaugh will do anything to snag a recruit. He has slumber parties at recruit's homes, climbs trees and even attends classess with them.

What's the best reason to be a part of the Carolina Panthers football Team? Cam Newton? No. Winning? No. It's being in close proximity to a Waffle House.

There are four NFL teams left and there are four questions about this weekend's games.

Here are the opening odds on the 2016 Heisman race and Clemson is the early favorite to win it all.