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Thursday, March 28, 2013
Lunch links: Manziel talks Texas 'rivalry'
By David Ubben
How many hours until we get to take another visit to Dunk City?
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel
on the relationship between Texas and the Aggies
: "For me, it's not a rivalry. We got out of their conference and we’re not playing them anymore."
Oklahoma State has won 40 games in four years,
putting the Pokes in pretty rare company
, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
Mack Brown and Vince Young
both want the same thing: A leap of faith
. Good column on the two biggest goings-on on the 40 Acres from Mike Finger from the San Antonio Express-News.
West Virginia found a true Big 12 rival yet
? Here are the top three possibilities.
Tommy Tuberville talks about
the infamous recruiting incident when he left Lubbock
, and says he was raked over the coals for something he didn't do. Texas Tech's
receiving depth chart looks like it's shaping up
. Interesting look.
Texas coach Mack Brown is the
Neyland Trophy winner for outstanding contributions
to intercollegiate athletics.
Mistakes late in the season
made Oklahoma State receiver Blake Jackson hungry
for 2013, writes Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman.
Colleague Ivan Maisel says it's
not time for Bob Stoops to panic
Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register
breaks down Iowa State's new spring depth chart
You can see a couple photos of the
area around Baylor's new stadium
Nick Kosmider of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal writes about
Tech's position battle at center
West Virginia running back Dustin Garrison is
starting his climb back up the depth chart
, writes Dave Hickman of the Charleston Gazette.
Oklahoma's board of regents approved the contracts
for OU's three new coaches and approved extensions and raises for five others, reports The Oklahoman's Silas Allen.
Longhorn Network tells you
what to expect from David Ash this season
. Cornerback Quandre Diggs isn't going anywhere,
nixing talk of a position change
Former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy looks like he's on the way out in Cleveland. Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman
points to three places he could land.