Hoge has the Cowboys making the playoffs in 2016 (1:57)
Profar hits his first home run of the season (0:18)
Lindor gets tripped up by his own bat (0:26)
Why did Baylor decide to hire Jim Grobe? (0:56)
2016 season massive for Baylor recruiting (1:20)
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10hTodd Archer

Cowboys down to one unsigned draft pick

The Cowboys reached deals with Charles Tapper and Dak Prescott , leaving third-rounder Maliek Collins as their only unsigned draft pick.

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The Cowboys have signed their two fourth-round picks: defensive end Charles Tapper and quarterback Dak Prescott. That leaves only third-round selection, Maliek Collins, a defensive tackle, unsigned.

Will Romo ever play 16 games again? (1:29)
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Mazara joins exclusive power club

Nomar Mazara hit his second 453-foot home run this season in Monday's win, per ESPN's Home Tracker. He joins Giancarlo Stanton and Carlos Correa as the only players with multiple 450-foot homers this season.

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13hTed Miller

Is Baylor eyeballing a Pac-12 coach?

If Baylor opts to make an outside hire for its coaching vacancy, two Pac-12 coaches, Sonny Dykes and Todd Graham, already have ties to Texas football.

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14hBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 Ultimate Road Trip: Week 9

The Big 12 Ultimate Road Trip takes us to Austin in Week 9, as Texas will host Baylor in a game that is sure to be filled with emotion and intrigue.

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Prediction: Cowboys have plans for Leary

Todd Archer doesn't see Dallas trading away guard Ronald Leary, who will be an unrestricted free agent following the 2016 season. Archer believes the Cowboys will keep him on a short-term deal. 100 NFL predictions

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Nomar Mazara ties his personal best

Mazara equaled the 453-foot home run he hit against the Angels last Wednesday with another shot of equal distance against the Indians on Monday, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Monday's longest home runs

Several of baseball's top sluggers provided the fireworks on Memorial Day, as three players hit home runs over 450 feet. Carlos Gonzalez's career-long 469-foot shot off Reds reliever Tony Cingrani led the way.