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The Mid-Morning Dump: WORKING OVERTIME ON BIG MONDAY

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Iowa State Basketball

FLAWLESS TO US. All-American Georges Niang is focused on his flaws, not the hype.

A RESOLUTION. C-Dub wants ISU to ensure they never look past lesser opponents in 2016.

MORE MINUTES. Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, Deonte Burton, is in line for more minutes if he keeps playing well.

JUST MINUTES. As long as he's on the floor, Burton's happy whether he's starting or not.

Iowa State Football

RUSHING TITLE. It's now official. Mike Warren led the country's freshmen in rushing yards.

Around The Country

POOR PERRY. Perry Ellis stayed up way past his bedtime last night as Oklahoma took Kansas into triple overtime, but the Jayhawks ended up holding the Sooners off to come away with the home victory.

WELL-DESERVED. Buddy Hield got a standing ovation from KU fans who waited around after the game. His 46 points fell just short of Melvin Ejim's Big 12 record for a single game (48).

SELDEN SUCCEEDING. Kansas' rise to the No. 1 team in the land has a lot to do with the improvement of Wayne Selden.

IT GETS BETTER. Remember that the next two Big Mondays will see Iowa State host both KU and OU. Damn, the Big 12 is fun.

THE OTHER STUUU. Stuart Scott's daughters honored their father with an emotional tribute video.

12 BEST GAMES. Deadspin called these 12 video games their best of 2015. Do you agree?

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE. Get all the dates and times for the looming NFL playoffs.

A BANNED BAND. The Stanford band and its antics just won't go away.

REVISING RESOLUTIONS. You probably already screwed up your New Year's resolutions. Let John Oliver help you fix them.