Lunch links: Weather muddles signing day
February, 1, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Where's your jet pack, Zuckerberg?
- Ever wonder exactly what a national letter of intent looks like? MSNBC has you covered.
- Missouri self-reported 17 secondary violations to the NCAA, reports WHB 810 in Kansas City.
- Iowa State has suspended linebacker Matt Tau'fo'ou indefinitely after a drunken-driving arrest over the weekend.
- Oklahoma State nearly reeled in an eventual Sooners star with a legendary chicken fried steak as part of his recruitment, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
- Mr. Mizzou, radio man John Kadlec, is retiring after 16 years of calling Missouri football games and a member of the program for 60-plus years.
- Missouri defensive lineman Jimmy Burge is facing a misdemeanor drug charge after a traffic stop two weeks ago in Southwest Missouri.
- Texas' one down year hasn't hurt them in recruiting, writes John Hoover of the Tulsa World. The Longhorns are back near the top of the recruiting rankings.
- Colleague Ryan McGee named Mack Brown one of the nation's best recruiting head coaches.
- Inclement weather could cause some complications for recruits on signing day, writes Robert Przybylo of The Oklahoman.
- A Nebraska walk-on defensive tackle was ticketed on suspicion of driving under the influence, reports Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald.
- Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has more from Mack Brown's meeting with the media on Monday. Brown blames the Longhorns' fall in 2010 on arrogance.
- B.G. Brooks at CUBuffs.com has a look at the two Buffaloes who enrolled early at Colorado.
- Oklahoma did what it sounded like it might do on Monday: It swiped a recruit from Notre Dame, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.