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Daily Round Up: October 2, 2017

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Tom Herman is getting all clinical about the offensive rushing issues.

Everything is going under the microscope. Unfortunately, games are not played in hermetically sealed rooms. “Are we using our personnel correctly?,” Herman said after the win over Iowa State on Thursday. “Are we putting our players in the best possible position to do what they can do and do it well?”

Thanks to the defense, Texas is moving on up in the Big 12 power rankings.

247 Sports has a Q&A with basketball commit Jaxson Hayes.

Oklahoma State is showing some cracks.

Kansas State’s Kendall Adams is one of 23 Texans on the team and he wasn’t recruited by Texas.

“I grew up a Longhorns fan so this is definitely a big one for me every year,” Adams said.

Bill Snyder wants the Wildcats to be more of a big-play offense.

Snyder has always done more with less.

Here we are 28 years later and Snyder, who took three seasons off before coming back in 2008, has amassed a record of 205-106-1 with a pair of Big 12 titles. He’s one of only six coaches to top 200 career wins at only one school.

Nick Saban said that the Aggies will be the toughest test Bama has faced.

LSU must be re-thinking that Orgeron hire right about now...

With a 49-game winning streak against nonconference opponents on the line, the Tigers (3-2) appeared to play with no sense of urgency until halfway through the fourth quarter. Troy (4-1) accepted a reported $985,000 to play in Death Valley — and then demolished homecoming weekend at LSU.

Thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Aggie great Gene Stallings.