27 SEPTEMBER 2014:  Central Michigan Chippewa quarterback Cooper Rush (10) throws a pass during game action between the Central Michigan Chippewas and the Toledo Rockets in a regular season Mid-American Conference game played at Glass Bowl Stadium in Toledo, Ohio.  The Toledo 
Rockets defeated the Central Michigan Chippewas 42-28.
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Today’s edition of The Roundup goes above and beyond with its collection of stories

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The Roundup always brings it with its collection of stories but today the choices beyond outstanding. Just click and read.

Great work here from Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman previewing Oklahoma-Texas with the Big Picture of how those two schools have impacted and controlled the Big 12. Tramel’s best zinger: “You might say the Cotton Bowl showdown matches two teams that are psychologically disadvantaged.”

Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush graduated in May with a 3.89 grade-point average in actuarial sciences. Next April, he’s likely to be drafted by the NFL.

Kudos to Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com for this deep dive analysis of the NCAA enforcement process – what’s working and what’s not working.

And more kudos for Solomon’s colleague Gary Parrish for this story about an Army veteran who wants to play basketball at Oakland University but is currently ineligible because the NCAA has no common sense.

With a huge top-10 matchup in College Station against Tennessee, it appears that Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has cooled his hot seat.

Oklahoma State blocked three – yes, three – extra point attempts against Texas Saturday. Here’s how it happened.

Who is Scotty Walden? At 26, he’s the youngest college head coach in America, an offensive genius on the rise … and Texas Tech Kliff Kingsbury answers the phone when he calls.

Today’s edition of The Roundup goes above and beyond with its collection of stories
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