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Daily Round Up: 52 Days

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Some of our basketball team members need a massive growth spurt: Three freshmen will need to mature to fill some big shoes this season.

According to some guy on some sports blog somewhere that we've never heard of: Charlie Strong is on the hot seat!

Read Option(al) or some other stuff.

Some poor man has accepted the job of Baylor AD: Former Missouri AD Mack Rhoades is taking the Baylor job. Good luck with that program.

Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen needs to check out the latest Baylor stories: People were unimpressed with Mullen's answers to questions about a player who was charged with two misdemeanors after repeatedly punching a woman.

The Sandusky story will never die: New allegations about what Joe Paterno knew and when we knew it keep bubbling to the surface.

Texas recruit Trey Lealaimatafao's stay did end well at LSU: Lealaimatafao was sentenced to six years in prison for second-degree robbery and carjacking.

The words sexy and Bielema should never be in the same sentence: Bret Bielema entertained the media at SEC Days.

Some randoms stories about sports figures and their dogs:

• Baltimore center Jeremy Zuttah would not get married without his Pitt Bull in attendance.

• Bret Bielema loves his Yorkies.

While Bret says he loves both dogs, he had an extra special description of why he loves Rick.

“I love him because he looks like he could go get a shampoo, shower and haircut and he looks homeless in two days,” Bielema said. “He looks like he’s been on a bender for about two weeks every time you see him.”