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Daily Round Up: Basketball Season, Anyone?

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"When you’re coming off a couple of losses you want to get it anyway you can," Smart said.

The men's basketball team beat Kansas State. [247 Texas]

Here's one reason Texas basketball commit Andrew Jones is now a five-star recruit. [247 Texas]

The women's basketball team talk Big 12 season. [Youtube]

Charlie Strong has a path to a top-10 recruiting class. [SI]

Five way-too-early predictions for the 2016 FB season. [Dallas Morning News]

According to this writer, Tom Herman did passed on other jobs because he is waiting to come to Austin. [Rivals]

It is difficult to be a Texas fan right now. [Fansided]

Lifetime Longhorn Chris Hall ruminates on the Sooners' playoff spot. [Youtube]

VY is content with life. [247 Texas]

Major Applewhite decided not to interview for the Texas State opening. [AAS]

Texas Southern University wants a UT campus in Houston. [Houston Chronicle]

Baylor settled with the former student that was sexually assaulted by one of Briles' deviants football players. [Deadspin]

Baylor and TCU saved the conference from bowl embarrassment. [DCTF]

Love this! UH coach Tom Herman trashes a reporter on air. [SportsMediaLM]

An AD should be very careful trashing parents publicly; Recruits and their parents could be reading. [Dallas Morning News] And yesterday, he resigned. [USA Today]

Sarcasm alert ahead. College football players are spending that huge stipend on things like tattoos and rims. [USA Today]

What's with the tent on Alabama's sideline? [USA Today]

What are two of the biggest myths in college athletics today? [Student Section]