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The Heart Beat (Sept. 23): Mad Baylor AD, Contact Tracing Struggles and More

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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 Content

Baylor AD Mack Rhoades admits he is not happy with how Houston Cougars head coach Dana Holgorsen was chirping about their game being cancelled.

Here are five things to know about TCU’s offense from Cyclone Fanatic as Iowa State takes on the Horned Frogs this weekend.

KU head coach Les Miles is still not read to settle on a single starting quarterback.

Here are some interesting tidbits from Kansas State players ahead of their match up with the Oklahoma Sooners this weekend.

Speaking of the Sooners, Ryan Aber with The Oklahoman highlights that it’s not the positive COVID-19 tests, but the contact tracing, that is making this season difficult thus far.

Here’s a film study breakdown of Oklahoma State’s offensive performance against Tulsa.

Texas Tech has accepted the resignation of softball coach Adrian Gregory.

Why not a little mid-season recruiting news?! Here are some 2022 Texas prospects to keep an eye on.

 

Non-Big 12 Content

Nebraska is continuing to get beat up by national media folks. Will you all just come back to the Big 12 already?

Here are some SEC Football storylines to watch for this season (if you care about the SEC!).

Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests.

**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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