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Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Lunch links: Play two QBs in Austin?
By ESPN.com staff
Watch the Throne? Gross, guys.
Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman says despite offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin's desire not to, Texas
should play two quarterbacks for September and not a day longer
your first in depth look at the new jerseys for Texas Tech
. What do you think?
Is Texas A&M's defense an elite unit?
They think so, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Mike Baldwin of The Oklahoman looks at Lane Johnson's
unbelievable transition from QB to offensive tackle.
Colleague Jeff Dooley takes a look at the
possible landmines for top 25 teams Missouri and Texas
Texas senior safety Christian Scott has been
suspended after an arrest on assault charges
Kansas running back Darrian Miller is
looking pretty fantastic during fall camp for the Jayhawks
. I'm excited to see this guy on the field.
Texas A&M launched a new website
. It looks pretty slick. I bet the SEC hooked them up with it. The Aggies' first practice of fall camp is tonight, and it's open to fans as usual under Mike Sherman.
Former Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert is
missing out on the customary rookie hazing
Bob Stoops offered some insight about
little-known names fans should watch out for in 2011
Missouri's offensive line is
making sure to have some fun during a scorching fall camp
, writes Harry Plumer of the Columbia Missourian.
has a former transfer back on the roster,
linebacker Tariq Allen.
familiar name has shown up on the roster
at Oklahoma State, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Justin Tuggle is
still holding out hope he can be Kansas State's starting quarterback
, writes Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star.
Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon
knows who he's watching in 2011:
His fellow receiver Hubert Anyiam.
Kansas State's Emmanuel Lamur is
enjoying his move from safety to linebacker,
a move that defensive coordinator Chris Cosh hopes gets more speed closer to the line of scrimmage, writes Joel Jellison of the Manhattan Mercury.