Lunch links: Preventing recent arrests
May, 11, 2012
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
I haven't been judged by this many people since I forgot my canvas bags at Whole Foods.
- Mike Gundy doesn't sound like he'll make an exception to his program's rule and allow true freshman quarterback Wes Lunt to speak with the media.
- Texas coach Mack Brown says he took his players' recent arrests seriously, and took "very stiff action," reports Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
- Florida State and the Big 12 have not discussed the Seminoles' possible future membership, reports Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News. Florida State, meanwhile, says it's "committed to the ACC."
- A stipend from the NCAA could have prevented this week's player arrests at West Virginia, writes Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian.
- Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville says he's hopeful Eric Stephens will be running full speed by June, and gives an update on discipline for TE Jace Amaro and RB Kenny Williams.
- Louisville seems like it wants out of the Big East. Is there room in the Big 12?
- Kansas coach Charlie Weis opened up about his player dismissals at a recent stop in Salina, Kansas.
- Will Baylor replace Texas A&M as the biggest thorn in Texas' side?
- K-State fans: Your opening-week opponent kicked its starting QB off the team.
- Could a Big 12 coach take the job at Arkansas? Stewart Mandel of SI.com addresses the possibility.
- Kansas fan in Missouri? You could soon get a Jayhawk on your license plate.