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The Heart Beat (Sept. 15): Klieman’s Frustrations, Aranda Exclusive, Big 12 Licks Wounds

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It’s time for our links to our favorite bunch of Big 12 content from the previous 24 hours. Think of it as a brunch/lunch links for you to avoid and delay work, plus your boss!

**If there is ever content you’d like us to consider for the following day’s Heart Beat, please email me directly: [email protected] or direct message us on Twitter (@Heartland_CS)

Big 12 Football

Despite several players being out on Saturday against Arkansas State, K-State head coach Chris Klieman says there are “no excuses” for Saturday’s loss.

Baylor head coach Dave Aranda sat down for an exclusive one-on-one interview with David Smoak of SicEm365.

For KU fans who want to go back to Saturday night’s disaster, here are five interesting numbers from the loss to Coastal Carolina.

Here are five areas of improvement for the Texas Tech Red Raiders following their near-loss against FCS Houston Baptist on Saturday.

There are still plenty of concerns as to who exactly will be under center for TCU when the Horned Frogs finally take the field next week.

The Oklahoman’s Berry Tramel lights up the Big 12 after a brutal weekend.

 

Non-Big 12 Content

Selfishly, as a New York Mets fan, I need to include this because we can finally move on from the nightmare that is the Wilpons, who are selling the Mets to Steve Cohen.

The Pac-12 could be looking at a return in mid-November.

In the latest CBS Sports Power Rankings, the Oklahoma Sooners moved up past Alabama and others to the No. 2 spot.

There’s no doubt COVID-19 has an impact on who is really on the hot seat in college football, but ESPN tried to figure out who that might be.

**If there is ever content you’d like us to consider for the following day’s Heart Beat, please email me directly: [email protected] or direct message us on Twitter (@Heartland_CS)

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