Big 12: Corey Smith
March, 29, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
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- Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf is trying to replace Brandon Weeden at OSU. It's not the first time he's replaced a legend. He did the same with the late Austin Box back in high school in Oklahoma, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman. Here's an update on the QB race in Stillwater, too.
- Texas moved away from the spread and into a power-running scheme. The transformation is nearly complete, writes Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports.
- West Virginia's Brodrick Jenkins has plenty of experience. Now he wants a starting job, writes Mickey Furfari of The (W.Va.) Register-Herald.
- WR Josh Stewart is by far the most improved player for OSU from the end of 2011 to now, reports Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
- West Virginia self-reported a minor violation, but trust me, it's stupid. It also won't affect WVU's current probation.
- Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman looks at the issue of multiyear scholarships, which Texas voted against, along with the rest of the Big 12.
- Here's lots more from Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman from Brandon Weeden's day at ESPN.
- WVU punter Corey Smith had some great moments and some awful ones that ended up on a blooper reel in 2011. Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginia takes you on his journey.
- Brian McLaughlin of Sporting News catches up with a big receiver headed to Baylor, Quan Jones.
- If you missed it, Texas Tech dismissed reserve running back Ronnie Daniels from the team.
- Here's your update on the Iowa State quarterback race.
- Lingering health issues have ended WVU fullback Matt Lindamood's career.
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