Lunch links: Arguing with Stoops
June, 21, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Is Bon short for Bonathan?
- Could new quarterback commit Wes Lunt be the answer for Brandon Weeden's replacement at Oklahoma State? Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoman tries to answer the question.
- Athletic director Bill Byrne has facilitated a Texas A&M sports revival, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
- The recruiting package Oregon paid $25,000 for access to in February 2010 included zero 2011 recruits, and the "national" package is mostly players from Texas. None of the players included are in trouble, but notable Big 12ers like A&M receiver Uzoma Nwachukwu, Tech OL LaAdrian Waddle and incoming Baylor transfer Kolby Gray are all featured in the rather slim evaluations. Aaron Fentress of The Oregonian has the report. Here's a the full package if you're interested in reading about the players.
- Bob Stoops says the recent scandals aren't ruining college football. He's wrong, writes Dave Sittler of the Tulsa World.
- Former Missouri running back Derrick Washington requested and was granted a continuance in relation to his pending deviate sexual assault charge.
- Arizona is getting to know former Texas DE Sam Acho, and Dan Bickley at the Arizona Republic says it should fall in love with him.
- Considering there might not be real fantasy football this year, here's a preview of Big 12 fantasy football.
- Get to know Kansas running backs coach Reggie Mitchell.