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    • Projections for tonight's Big 12 games (1 Posts)
    • As per my DPPI; Baylor favored over Iowa St. on the road by 2.7 points with a 60.0% probability of winning Kansas St. favored over Oklahoma at home by 3.6 points with a 64.8% probability of winning TCU favored over Texas at home by 6.9 points with a 73.6% probability of winning Texas Tech...
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    • Last post by CorpusJayhawk
    • 7 minutes ago
    • Ref should get fined? (1 Posts)
    • www.rockytoptalk.com/2020/1/28/21113033/...es-in-loss-texas-a-m I’m thinking some type of punishment.
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    • Last post by HawkErrant
    • 28 minutes ago
    • Q: Will Marcus Garrett have an NBA career? (1 Posts)
    • Marcus is not a solid shooter, but we've talked about his defensive skills seemingly forever. This year we are seeing him becoming an excellent ball handler, showing the ability to drive and finish or pass to the open player, making him arguably our best assists guy. He’s big enough at 6-5, has a...
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    • Last post by HawkErrant
    • 53 minutes ago
    • Wow. Texas A&M wins in Tennessee (1 Posts)
    • The same Aggies who couldn’t defend Reed Arena against the visiting OKS Cowboys on Saturday travel to Knoxville and beat the Vols. www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/game?gameId=401166311
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    • Last post by HawkErrant
    • 10 hours 18 minutes ago

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