Lunch links: TCU's challenge awaits
April, 13, 2012
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
A dutch baby and a pepperoni roll in the same week. My taste buds are exhausted.
- TCU is still dealing with the fallout of offseason drug arrests, but coach Gary Patterson is the man to bring the Frogs through it, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
- Oklahoma State's Joseph Randle is more important than ever. Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman explains why. OSU's running backs coach also assesses his backs.
- Texas receiver Bryant Jackson broke his foot and requires surgery, but will be ready for fall camp.
- Oklahoma will be changing up its scoring system in Saturday's spring game.
- Stewart Mandel of SI.com takes a look at Oklahoma State's chances to keep winning in the Big 12 with new faces in the offense.
- You won't find Bob Stoops on a motorcycle any time soon.
- Andrew Buie is finally healthy and ready to make an impact at West Virginia, writes Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail.
- Iowa State's 2012 schedule poster is pretty awesome. Fair warning: not recommended for OSU faithful.
- Joshua Kinder of the Manhattan Mercury looks at K-State's momentum from 2011 and if it will carry into the fall.
- Here are five big recruiting battles that shaped Texas' roster in 2012.
- Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian tells you about Karl Joseph, the Mountaineers' new big-hitting freshman safety.
- Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star tells you more about Toben Opurum's career of transition at KU. Meanwhile, will Brandon Bourbon heal up in time to win the starting running back job?