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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas next up if either Big 12 title contender can’t play this weekend

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Plus: Kevin Durant is back on the basketball court

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If a lot of things go wrong, the Texas Longhorns may still be able to compete for a Big 12 Conference title, the Dallas Morning News reports.

From the Morning News: “Big 12 by-laws state in the event a team is unable to participate in the championship game, a replacement will be selected by moving down the regular-season standings in order of place finish. So, if the Sooners or Cyclones cannot go, presumably because of COVID-19 concerns, the Big 12 says Texas would be next ahead of Oklahoma State even though the Cowboys are 6-3 and UT is 5-3.”

Stranger things, such as the 2020 college football season, have happened.


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Our Daily Bears: Baylor QB Charlie Brewer announces he will enter the transfer portal

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Our Daily Bears: Baylor basketball pauses team activities due to COVID-19; Texas and Tarleton State games canceled

Viva the Matadors: Why you shouldn’t overreact to Texas Tech’s inauspicious start to the season

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Frogs O’ War: MMQB: That’s a wrap

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Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Basketball: Sooners top Florida A&M, 85-54

Cowboys Ride For Free: Oklahoma State Football Recruiting: Quarterback questions

Cowboys Ride For Free: Teammates, media and fans voice support for Chuba Hubbard declaring for NFL Draft amid criticism

Cowboys Ride For Free: Football: Cowboys take care of business in Waco, win 42-3

Cowboys Ride For Free: Oklahoma State Basketball wins on the road against Wichita State 67-64

The Smoking Musket: No. 11 WVU blasts No. 19 Richmond with season-high output, 87-71

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Bring On The Cats: Kansas State Football: Briley Moore Declares for NFL Draft

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  • The 2020-2021 college basketball season cancelations and postponements have officially begun, as women’s Longhorn basketball was forced to postpone their game against the Tennessee Volunteers on Sunday, while the men’s basketball team was forced to postpone their matchup against the No. 2 Baylor Bears over the weekend as well.
  • Speaking up basketball, Texas alum Kevin Durant is back on the court for the Brooklyn Nets.