Big 12: Emory Bellard

Lunch links: K. Hunter or D. Murray?

February, 17, 2011
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I wore a tank top today because I thought it was summer. No one ever taught me how to read a calendar.

Lunch links: Bedlam in December?

February, 15, 2011
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Wendy and I are over. She's moving back to Canada. It's too bad; I just taught her how to whittle.

Lunch links: Landry Jones tweets

February, 11, 2011
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Break me off a piece of that... I am totally blanking! Break me off a piece of that... ap-ple sauce... Chry-sler car... foot-ball cream.


New Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken gets his own set of links.

Legendary Texas A&M coach dies

February, 10, 2011
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Former Texas A&M coach Emory Bellard has died, university officials confirmed on Thursday. He was 83.

Bellard had been battling Lou Gehrig's disease of late, and several former Aggies held a tribute for the coach back in November.

Bellard coached the Aggies from 1972-78, and compiled a 48-27 record. Before going to Texas A&M, he was Texas' offensive coordinator from 1967-71 and helped the Longhorns win national titles in 1969 and 1970.

Aggies planning tribute for former coach

November, 12, 2010
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Former Texas A&M coach Emory Bellard was recently diagnosed with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease, but the school is putting together an honorary dinner for the coach.

Former Texas A&M coaches Jackie Sherrill and R.C. Slocum plan to be in attendance at the Nov. 19 dinner, as well as Frank Broyles, Spike Dykes, Grant Teaff, Bill Yeoman and Bum Phillips.

Bellard coached Texas A&M to a 48-27 record in a little more than six seasons at Texas A&M in the 1970s, twice going 10-2.

For more information on how to attend, go to http://www.12thmankot.org.

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