Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Twelve Angry Programs: Big 12 news and notes

(Twelve Angry Programs is SWRT's look at the Big 12, a conference where nobody can really seem to get along with each other. )

Longhorns vs. Leprechauns? Texas is reportedly close to a four game deal with Notre Dame to start in 2015. There's an argument to be made that this series will end up as a hubris factory like no other. (Austin American-Statesman)

"Ten Truths about the Big 12." Most of which can't be said to be very positive. (FoxSports Southwest)

More Kansas basketball than you can handle. Kansas will have 31 games nationally broadcast in the 2010-2011 season. (Rock Chalk Talk)

Is Oklahoma the new Penn State? With a bushel of linebackers, Oklahoma might be giving Penn St. a run for the title of "Linebacker U." Which would possibly make Bob Stoops the new Joe Paterno. Which would mean that OU's going to be stuck with Stoops for another thirty years. (Bleacher Report)

The Kansas State viewpoint of the Derek Dooley-Bryce Brown feud. Which pretty much involved calling His Hairness  a women's hygiene product.  Very original. Just wait 'till Barbara Dooley hears about this. She won't get done 'till someone's mouth is washed out with soap. (Bring On The Cats)

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