Lunch links: Rehashing 'The Bronx Salute'
December, 31, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
- A year ago, Nebraska was back. Where are they now, asks Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald.
- Bo Pelini told reporters he was embarrassed after the game, but has no plans to get rid of offensive coordinator Shawn Watson.
- Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon was showboating on his long touchdown catch against Arizona, but Berry Tramel of The Oklahoma asks: What was he thinking?
- Austin Meek of the Topeka Capital-Journal says another chapter of K-State heartbreak has been written after "The Bronx Salute."
- An official told receiver Adrian Hilburn "Wrong choice, buddy" before throwing the flag after Hilburn saluted the crowd.
- Kevin Haskin of the Topeka Capital-Journal says Hilburn was a victim of "excessive penalization."
- Texas has officially lost another assistant coach. Receivers coach Bobby Kennedy, a Boulder native, left to take the same job at Colorado.
- OSU coach Mike Gundy says both Justin Blackmon and Brandon Weeden should come back in 2011 rather than jump to the NFL.
- Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune empties the notebook on the Insight Bowl with a bit of insight into Missouri's past and future.
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