Lunch links: Should rivalries continue?
February, 22, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
I don't step up to being leader, Troy. I reluctantly accept it when it's thrust upon me.
- Jarrett Bell of USA Today catches up with Heisman winner Robert Griffin III before this week's NFL combine. "This is a business trip," he said. "I'm the CEO of Griffin Enterprises. It's my job to go sell my product."
- A Lubbock man injured in a car crash when his vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Tommy Tuberville's wife, Suzanne Tuberville, has died, reports Terry Greenberg and Tommy Magelssen. The accident was Nov. 1.
- The Kansas City Star wants your thoughts: Should the Border War continue?
- S.L. Price of Sports Illustrated chronicles Baylor's amazing rise in recent years.
- The newest Texas Tech Red Raider just may be the MVP of next year's Recruiting All-Name Team. Here's the team from 2012, by the way.
- Oklahoma's Jamell Fleming is one of 10 players with the most at stake at this week's combine.
- Looking for a story to cheer for in 2012? Matt Hayes of Sporting News says look no further than new Kansas QB Dayne Crist.
- The challenge in the Big 12 ahead of West Virginia is clear.
- Texas Tech hired its new defensive line coach, and he has ties to new defensive coordinator Art Kaufman.
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