Lunch links: OU players return from Haiti
May, 25, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
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- Former Texas A&M star Ty Warren came on ESPN on Tuesday to talk about keeping a promise to his grandparents by getting his degree from A&M.
- Aggies might recognize this dapper fellow, too.
- No arrests are expected in the death of Oklahoma linebacker Austin Box, reports Michael Kimball of The Oklahoman.
- A group of Oklahoma players went to Haiti on a mission trip earlier this month. Oklahoma's Kenny Mossman writes about the experience.
- Former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier is officially considering Kansas State again after not transferring to Miami. More on him here.
- Arizona politicians who received letters from the Fiesta Bowl asking for contributions to be returned are not happy about being associated with ousted CEO John Junker.
- West Virginia officials are looking into an alleged incident at a West Virginia casino involving former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen.
- Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World profiles one of Kansas' incoming freshman quarterbacks, Michael Cummings from Kileen, Texas.
- Gary Pinkel welcomed his sixth grandchild into the world on Tuesday. His name: Brad. Coincidence? You tell me. Cue the awwwwws, though.
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