Lunch links: Iowa talks big
June, 30, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Tommy Tuberville's newest controversial comments: "America's national debt is over 10 trillion dollars, and that is a mistake."..."World Cup officials have missed a few goals this tournament, and they should have gotten them right."..."I just think dumping oil into the ocean is something nobody should be doing."
- Iowa defensive end Adrian Clayborn says Iowa is the only team in the state, reports Mark Emmert of the Des Moines Register.
- The details of Colorado's exit from the Big 12 could be settled within a month.
- Things are comfortable for Tom Osborne and Nebraska in their new home in the Big Ten, writes Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star.
- The Acho Brothers at Texas are back doing mission work in Nigeria, helping the less fortunate, writes William Wilkerson at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
- Iowa State defensive end Rashawn Parker is back from a serious knee injury and ready to take a step in 2010, writes Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.
- Rob Rang at NFLDraftScout.com reports Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara received the highest grade from scouts of any player during NFL scouting meetings in May, but that doesn't guarantee him a first-round selection.
- Kansas received its fourth commitment from an offensive lineman in six days in Luke Luhrsen, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
- Bo Pelini says Nebraska's depth is better than ever, Tom Williams writes in the Omaha World-Herald.
- Dennis Dodd at CBSSports.com revisits what made everyone want to save the Big 12.
- Oklahoma picked up a new commitment from Kansas City tight end Dan Tapko.
- The Associated Press examines the online ticket broker industry, one that got Kansas in trouble.