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Friday, January 7, 2011
Lunch links: Longhorns coach ambitious
By ESPN.com staff
Would you mind if I listen to my book on tape? I'm kind of a bookworm. It's the novelization of the movie "Precious" based on the book "Push" by Sapphire.
Amidst all the recent firings and hirings,
Texas has a new strength and conditioning coach, too.
In his return to Colorado, Buffaloes receivers coach Bobby Kennedy
brings rich resources: Texas recruiting.
Former Kansas running back
Jake Sharp is still chasing his NFL dream
, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.
File this under "Keep an eye on it:" The state of Arkansas
is mulling a decision that would make it a felony for agents to give incentives to athletes
in hopes of the athlete later signing with them as an agent.
The Longhorns' new defensive coordinator, Manny Diaz, says he wants offenses to
feel like his unit has 13 or 14 guys running all over the field.
Dontrayevous Robinson is transferring.
Texas A&M's future is on the line
in tonight's Cotton Bowl, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Kansas' offense was historically bad in 2010,
but what does that mean for 2011
? Jesse Newell of the Lawrence Journal-World tries to answer the question.
Justin Blackmon and Brandon Weeden are
both undecided about their NFL futures.