Lunch links: West Virginia has its QB?

August, 16, 2013
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  • It's looking more and more like Clint Trickett will be named West Virginia's starting quarterback, writes the Charleston Gazette's Dave Hickman. Meanwhile, the Mountaineers' inside receivers are feeling the heat.
  • The receivers have boosted Texas Tech's arsenal, according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal's Krista Pirtle.
  • Baylor is feeling secure about its corners, writes the Waco Tribune-Herald's John Werner.
  • The Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson analyzes the Iowa State linebackers. Tommy Birch features the Knott brothers, who are tied together by football.
  • Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World writes that safety Gabe Lynn is growing into a leader. Unlike Texas, the Sooners have had every practice behind closed doors, writes The Oklahoman's Ryan Aber.
  • The academic issue that has prevented Texas offensive tackle Desmond Harrison from practicing remains unresolved, reports the San Antonio Express-News' Mike Finger.
  • Oklahoma State's Dominic Ramacher is a linebacker at heart, writes The Oklahoman's Gina Mizell. The paper's John Helsley says not to sleep on the Cowboys' running game.
  • A new role has energized Kansas power back Brandon Bourbon, writes the Topeka Capital-Journal's Austin Meek. KU left tackle Aslam Sterling has shed pounds to grab a starting spot, according to the Kansas City Star's Rustin Dodd.
  • The Lawrence Journal-World's Matt Tait reveals what caught his eye on the eighth day of camp.
  • Kansas State is not changing its autograph policy, according to the Topeka Capital-Journal's Ken Corbitt. K-State will dedicate its West Stadium Center on Aug. 30.
  • Former TCU offensive tackle Tayo Fabuluje says he's been cleared to rejoin BYU. Fabuluje left the Frogs on the eve of fall camp.

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