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Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Lunch links: Who rules the Lone Star State?
By ESPN.com staff
Simultaneously one of the sweetest
things I've ever seen, as well as one of the biggest wastes
of time and money. (At least for now.)
The rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M is
looking more and more maroon of late
, writes Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman.
Less than three months after being arrested on sexual assault charges, Derek David
was in jail again for possession of marijuana
. The former Texas Tech commit is one of the top 2012 prospects in Texas.
Iowa State's website examines the
changing identity of the Cyclones
Texas lawmakers are
looking to worsen punishments on unlawful agents
. Violators could end up in jail, and the law would make Texas the toughest state in the nation on the issue.
restructuring the way it finances its athletic program
, in part because of the new Fox television deal, writes Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star.
The NCAA placed the Fiesta Bowl on probation, but
allowed it to keep its bowl license
. The bowl also wants its
campaign contributions, which were illegal, returned
Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads is hosting a motorcycle "Ride to Remember" to
raise funds and awareness of Alzheimer's disease.
Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman has
more with the Longhorns' newest member of the College Football Hall of Fame
, Doug English.