Lunch links: Underwater practice field
August, 10, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
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- Texas OL Tray Allen will miss the remainder of camp with a foot injury and won't be available until the season opener at the earliest.
- Missouri's got a new hard hitter, writes the Columbia Tribune's Dave Matter in his report from Monday's practice.
- Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray is back returning kicks, reports The Oklahoman's Mike Baldwin. Elsewhere at Oklahoma, Ronnell Lewis apparently got his headhunt on at the expense of true freshman RB Roy Finch.
- Rain made Iowa State's practice fields knee-deep swimming pools, reports Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune.
- Nebraska kickoff specialist Adi Kunalic taking a redshirt is news to Huskers coach Bo Pelini. "He's playing," Pelini told the Lincoln Journal Star's Brian Rosenthal. Also, OL Yoshi Hardrick was taken to the hospital by ambulance well after practice and could be heard screaming from the training room as it ended, presumably because of severe cramps.
- Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News digs into Baylor OL Danny Watkins' Canadian firefighting past.
- The Columbia Missourian's Joan Niesen checks in on Missouri's competition at strong safety between last year's starter Jarrell Harrison and junior Kenji Jackson.
- Tommy Tuberville is closing the drapes on practice to the media and public for the rest of Texas Tech's preseason camp, reports Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
- Nebraska receiver Niles Paul addressed his alcohol-related offenses after practice on Monday, which was also his 21st birthday.
- Kansas has placed a high priority on recruiting, and Reggie Mitchell is their top talent in that arena, writes Kevin Haskin of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
- Oklahoma State wants more turnovers, writes Brandon Chatmon and John Helsley in The Oklahoman.
- Former Oklahoma and Nebraska coach John Blake is under investigation by the NCAA, reports Yahoo! Sports' Charles Robinson and Bryan Fischer.