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The Horns need to become road warriors. Charlie Strong on the next four weeks: “Consistency. We’ve gotta be consistent week in, week out. At home you have the crowd, energy, passion. They just need to have that on the road. Just always feel that crowd is yelling for us. We have to be consistent, and that’s what we haven’t been.”

Thank goodness for Trent Domingue.

This play did not end well for Dylan Haines. I heard someone even turned this play into a gif. Haines will live in infamy for this one.

Strong probably bought himself some time with the win over Baylor. Fans were chanting Strong’s name as he walked off the field, including AD Mike Perrin.

RB D'Onta Foreman earned Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week and QB Shane Buechele was named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week.

Malik Jefferson is a Butkus Award Semifinalist.

Jermichael Finley dressed up as Charlie Strong for Halloween.

Meet the newest members of the men’s basketball team.

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Baylor making us all proud once again. In news that will shock no one, the Bear football program scandal is worse than previously disclosed.

The Big 12 is almost out of the college football playoff picture. “On Saturday, Baylor lost to Texas, and West Virginia lost to Oklahoma State, meaning there are no more undefeated teams inside the Big 12. The other four Power 5 leagues have one each and have fared better on the year as a whole.”

A judge tells the NFL to fess up about concussions. New York Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey K. Oing issued an order that will let insurance companies decide if the league knew about the dangers of concussions and concealed that information from players.

Happy Halloween!