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Mountaineers' press too much for Horned Frogs (1:03)
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West Virginia rolls against TCU (0:45)

No. 10 West Virginia rolls to win

Eleven Mountaineers scored, and four went to double figures, as West Virginia crushed TCU 73-42. TCU's Chauncey Collins had a game-high 20 points. Box score

West Virginia up big at the half

The Mountaineers have almost doubled up the TCU Horned Frogs at the break. It's 41-22. Watch on ESPNU, WatchESPN

What will Dallas do at No. 4?

Plenty of focus has been placed on Tony Romo, but Eric D. Williams thinks the Cowboys have plenty of other more pressing needs they must address. Who does Williams have Dallas nabbing at No. 4? Top five picks in the draft

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Is Forte a fit in Dallas?

For the right price, Todd Archer believes Matt Forte could be of interest to the Cowboys. Would Dallas opt to sink money into the aging Forte after letting DeMarco Murray walk just a year ago? Where will Forte land?

Watch: TCU at No. 10 West Virginia

The two meet for a second time this season as West Virginia leads the country in steals and forced turnovers and is ranked second in offensive rebounds per game. TCU is 1-31 in Big 12 road games since joining the conference. Live on ESPNU, WatchESPN

Can Zags zig into tourney?

Gonzaga needs a big win to beef up its case for the postseason. Unfortunately, our Myron Medcalf doesn't think it will come on Saturday against SMU (10 p.m. ET, ESPN2). Weekend predictions

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Big 12 spring dates

A list of when every Big 12 team will start spring ball, and the date of every Big 12 spring game.

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Not the showdown we hoped for

SMU has lived up to the billing this season, but Gonzaga certainly has not. It's a matchup of one team that can't make the tournament against another that's uncharacteristically unsure of its postseason status. Weekend Homework

Tough loss marks improvement for Texas

The Longhorns led for most of their trip to Norman on Monday, and the game was a one-possession duel in the closing seconds. If anything, the loss to Oklahoma just cemented the team's progress. At this rate, a lock is in the very near future. Bubble Watch

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Recruiting wrap: Texas Tech Red Raiders

Texas Tech addressed it's biggest need by adding seven defensive linemen, but holes remain as the Red Raiders work in young players on the O-line.

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Recruiting wrap: Texas Longhorns

Charlie Strong's program filled its biggest hole with a nice haul at defensive tackle; linebacker remains a strength while receiver is uncertain.