Lunch links: WVU talks 2013 and beyond
July, 2, 2013
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
- Matt Hayes of Sporting News says the four worst nonconference schedules in college football are in the Big 12.
- Would Rushel Shell be a good fit at West Virginia? John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review asked senior defensive end Will Clarke.
- Why is Matt Wallerstedt Texas Tech's defensive coordinator? Kliff Kingsbury explained to colleague Ivan Maisel.
- Transfer receiver Nick Harwell is still trying to graduate so he can play for KU, reports Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star.
- John Werner of the Waco Tribune-Herald profiles Baylor's strength and conditioning coach, Kaz Kazadi.
- Paul Myerberg of USA Today previews Texas Tech, his No. 68 team in college football.
- Charles Sims is officially enrolled at WVU, and most of the freshmen have rolled into campus, too, writes Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail.
- Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman looks at the rise in in-state talent for Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, and revisits Oklahoma State's quarterback decision.
- The Tulsa World staff voted on the Big 12's best running backs.
- West Virginia's Cody Clay says all the position battles will make fall camp more intense.
- Colleague Tom Luginbill explains why the SPARQ testing for recruits is important.
- The College Football Playoff selection committee will have its possible issues . Colleague Ryan McGee writes about a few of them.