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Extra! Extra! SB Nation Big 12 Link Dump

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For this edition of the Link Dump we will look at basketball articles written by our Big 12 SB Nation brethren. With basketball season just starting to heat up, we will excuse those blogs that are still focusing on the gridiron.

So let's dive into the top stories from the Big 12 school's SB Nation sites. We also add a YouTube clip for the hell of it.

Big 12 North

Ralphie Report (Colorado) Colorado Buffaloes Basketball On The Rise - SB Nation Denver

Clone Chronicles (Iowa St) Marquis Gilstrap and Craig Brackins Will Be Playing In The NBA D-League

Rock Chalk Talk (Kansas) Basketball Season Previews: The Center Position

Bring on the Cats (Kansas St.) The New Training Facility

Rock M Nation (Missouri) Mizzou Basketball As Things Around My Apartment

Corn Nation (Nebraska) Husker Basketball: 2010-11 Season Preview

Big 12 South

Blogging the Bracket (Baylor) - Absurdly Early Bracketology, Part I: The East Region (Since there isn't a Baylor blog on the network, this is as close as we can come without shamelessly self promoting our own posts)

Crimson and Cream Machine (Oklahoma) 2010-11 OU Basketball Preview: Returning Players

Cowboys Ride For Free (Oklahoma St) Matt Pilgrim set to return to basketball team Wednesday

Burnt Orange Nation (Texas) - Myck Kabongo Re-Commits To Texas

I Am the 12th Man (Texas A&M) Men's Basketball Exhibition Game Review

Double T Nation (Texas Tech) Red Raider Hoops | 2010-11 Texas Tech Basketball Preview - The Backcourt

Other Links

Building the Dam (SB Nation's Oregon State blog) has a preview of the Big 12 written by Big 12 Hoop's Joe Loyd

Searching for Billy Edelin 25 Most Intriguing Teams for 2010-2011: #12 Kansas Jayhawks | #11 Missouri Tigers

Want to waste a little more time? Check out the random YouTube clip after The Jump


... and finally, I am a little late to this, but here's Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon going through the History of Rap. Not too shabby...

Evan Pfaff, Managing Editor
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