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Saturday Links O' War: December 7, 2013

Jason Verrett has been invited to the Senior Bowl and Gordon Gee is back and West Virginia.

TCU Sports

TCU still relishing road win at Mississippi State | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Horned Frogs were feeling good, and no amount of weather-related travel problems were going to detract from their 71-61 win at Mississippi State. The team was forced to fly its chartered plane into Waco and then take a bus back to Fort Worth. It got in around 2:30 a.m. Friday.

Gee's return to West Virginia could escalate Mountaineers' rivalry with TCU | San Antonio Express-News

West Virginia announced today that Gordon Gee, the former Ohio State president, was hired to become the school’s interim president. Gee, who formerly worked as WVU’s school president, will replace Jim Clements, who accepted the same position at Clemson last month.

Verrett Receives Senior Bowl Invite |

TCU All-America cornerback Jason Verrett has received an invitation to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl Jan. 25 in Mobile, Ala.

Big 12

#20 Baylor Drops #3 Kentucky 67-62 | Our Daily Bears

After an extremely long night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas that saw the Ladies fall after 6 full periods of basketball, the #20-ranked Men evened the score against Kentucky in possibly the biggest non-conference win in program history.

Is OSU Still "Little Brother"? | Crimson and Cream Machine


That's where the all-time Bedlam football series currently stands. It's a stat every Oklahoma State fan will immediately seek to dismiss when discussing the rivalry, while many an Oklahoma fan will be more than happy to use as reason for why OSU has/is/always will be "little brother."

Final Thoughts Before Bedlam | Cowboys Ride For Free

With rumors and innuendo in hand, Oklahoma State inaugurated the 2013 football season with an old fashioned beat down of a mid-level SEC Mississippi State team in Houston. Some proclaimed greatness. The Cowboys ran the ball and defensively stuffed the Bulldogs. Others weren't so sure, since MSU wasn't supposed to be that good anyway. OSU won that game 21-3.

If Mack Brown Returns in 2014...Blame Bad Rhetoric | Barking Carnival

If Mack Brown is our head coach in 2014, a single game result may be blamed.  Politics may be blamed.  Bill Powers may be blamed.  Internet rumor-mongerers may be blamed.  Agents may be blamed.  Steve Patterson may be blamed.  Big donors may be blamed.