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Daily Round Up: What Comes Around, Goes Around

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NCAA Football: Texas at Baylor Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Sterlin Gilbert still won’t tell us who will start at QB: Gilbert has a list of characteristics he wants in a QB, but don’t expect a name just yet.

The Horns’ pass rush is new and improved: By looking at last season’s defensive numbers you would think Texas did a good job getting to the QB, but you would be wrong.

The Bears should recognize Texas’ new offense: Sterlin Gilbert and Greg Mattox are both from Art Briles’ coaching tree.

An upset of Notre Dame could start in the trenches: There are enough weapons on the line and in the offense to do some good things this year.

We need a leaky a football program: Everyone on the offensive coaching staff knows who the starting QB will be on Sunday, but they aren’t sharing.

What comes around, goes around: Texas got payback five times after a loss. Can they do it again on Sunday?

ESPN has Marvel Comics design program covers for the headline games this year: Bevo has never looked so tough.

I know you have been waiting for this: Here is Part Three of Bill Little’s Texas-Notre Dame history.

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The Cougars are not going to like this: Football Study Hall just called Tom Herman’s team overrated.

Baker is just being Baker: Oklahoma has no plans to change Baker Mayfield’s playing style.

Another USC Heisman winner, another problem: Former USC player and 1965 Heisman winner Mike Garrett has accused of sexual harassment. O.J. Simpson, Reggie Bush...quite a record, Trojans.

Jessica Luther is a hero: Luther broke the Baylor story and wrote a book chronicling years of sexual assault involving college football players.