Lunch links: Former Baylor star found dead at 26
July, 7, 2010
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
Sad news from Texas.
- Former Baylor standout cornerback Anthony Arline was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in his San Antonio apartment, reports David Flores of KENS5 in San Antonio.
- Texas Tech's Neal Brown, Oklahoma State's Dana Holgorsen, Texas A&M's Tim DeRuyter and Kansas' Chuck Long made Sporting News' impact assistant coaches at new schools.
- KU's offensive line has impressed line coach J.B. Grimes, reports Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
- Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman shares a long list of suggestions for the Big 12's new name, but says changing the name would be a bad idea.
- Young talent at Texas Tech may contribute on the defensive line, writes Michael Graham of the Dallas Morning News.
- Prince Amukamara, Von Miller, Jeremy Beal, DeMarco Murray and Niles Paul are among the top NFL prospects from the senior class, according to National, the league's leading scouting service.
- Nebraska DT Baker Steinkuhler lets his play do the talking, writes Jeff Miller in USA Today.
- Former Oklahoma State quarterback Alex Cate, who started last season's game against Colorado, is headed to Central Washington, reports Colter Nuanez at the Ellensburg (Wash.) Daily Record.
- Former Colorado star Jeremy Bloom is back in Colorado, hosting a kids football camp in Loveland, reports Joshua Lindenstein of the Boulder Daily Camera.