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The Mid-Morning Dump - 9/2/14

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BUNDRAGE OUT, FARNIOK IN. Injury updates as Quenton Bundrage is done for the season and will likely apply for a medical redshirt, while Tom Farniok sounds like he will return to the lineup.

URGENCY. Paul Rhoads preaches heightened urgency in the wake of another embarrassing FCS loss.

UBBEN IS THE VOICE OF CALM? Everyone's punching bag over perceived Cyclone slights is actually advocating patience with this Iowa State team.

RICHARDSON TALKS BUNDRAGE. Sam Richardson talks about losing his #1 WR.

HEY, SOMETHING GOOD HAPPENED! Volleyball's Caitlin Nolan was named the Big 12's defensive player of the week.

KEY INJURIES ABOUND. Texas lost David Ash to more concussion symptoms, while Baylor QB Bryce Petty has cracked vertebrae.

THE NUMERICAL IS BACK! The season's first Numerical features a fun (or not so fun) fact about North Dakota against the FBS.

WHO KNEW TENNIS GOT DOWN LIKE THAT? Martina Hingis smells your pot, US Open fans.

I AM SO JEALOUS OF BAYLOR. Chalk that up under things you would have never thought you'd say 10 years ago. Awesome offense, Top 10 ranking, and the newly built McLane stadium is purrrrrty.

BUT THEY STILL CAN'T RUN. New stadium, same old routine of students trampling each other.

REVENGE. UTEP RB Aaron Brown says New Mexico stood him up on a recruiting visit, so he took it out on them to the tune of 237 rushing yards and 3 TDs.

BEST GAME OF THE WEEK. Oklahoma State went punch for punch with Florida State, but Jameis Winston, and one big mistake by OSU, cost the Cowboys the massive upset.

SCRAPPY. Auburn's ball boy runs a pretty damn good 40 trying to catch up to a Tiger player's run to the end zone.

A ONE PLAY GAME. Florida's game against Idaho lasted just one play, but that counts as far as suspensions go.