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The New World Order in college football

Getting all jazzed up about the impending demise of the Big 12 and the formation of the Pac-16/1,000?

I kind of am. I can’t lie; it’s exciting to see all of these reports coming out and watching true college football history play out over Twitter, the blogosphere and, most entertainingly, my friends’ Facebook statuses.

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Texas basketball is what we thought it was

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Thanks Rick Barnes and Texas for making me look like an utter fool for devoting an entire post about how you’d actually win an NCAA Tournament game. My mistake. You strung me along there for a while and had me believing that you’d be the ones getting slaughtered by Kentucky instead of Wake Forest

But no, you did exactly what you’ve done all seasons. A completely nonsensical substitution strategy. Terrible free throw shooting. Absolutely zero rebounding presence.

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Texas’ perpetual disappoinment

I may have bitten off a bit more than I could chew by saying I’d preview each region in the NCAA tourney. That plan just isn’t going to jive with my spring break plans. There simply isn’t enough time. So I’ll save you a lot of time, and just give the obligatory Texas post, considering I’m the Daily Texan sports editor and all.

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