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The Roundup: Kevin Sumlin evolving at College Station

November 14, 2015: Texas A&M Aggies Head Coach Kevin Sumlin pleads his case with the referees during the Western Carolina Catamounts vs Texas A&M Aggies game at Kyle Field, College Station, Texas. (Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire)
(Photo: Icon Sportswire)

The Roundup gathers the best stories from around college sports and presents them here for your reading enjoyment. Just a click away.

Texas A&M has a huge game with Alabama Saturday and Ivan Maisel of ESPN.com writes how Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin has evolved during his time in College Station.

The won-loss records prove that this is the one statistic that translates to success in college football. Zach Barnett of FootballScoop.com has the story.

Now that the Big 12’s “colossal distraction” expansion process is over, the American Athletic Conference wants to move on and up to become a Power Six conference. From Jon Solomon at CBS.

Rutgers’ naming rights deal for its new training facility is important and good news for the athletic program that’s in the midst of an awful football season. From Steve Politi.

Who’s No. 1? And who’s No. 351? Matt Norlander of CBSSports.com answers both questions as he ranks all Division I men’s basketball teams.

Cal’s Chad Hansen was overlooked and under-recruited and now he’s one of the top receivers in college football. How did that happen? Lindsay Schnell of SI’s Campus Rush has the goods.

This Newsweek piece by John Walters explains the history, joy and heartache connected to the Hail Mary.

As the second half of the college football season starts, there’s still plenty of opportunities for College Football Playoff chaos as Heather Dinich of ESPN.com explains.

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