Big 12 lunch links: Plea-bargaining deal cut for OU recruit


Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin

A variety of links from across the Big 12 came through today.

Here's a look at the most topical ones to go with a late lunch.

  • Oklahoma signee Justin Chiasson has agreed to a plea-bargaining deal in Clark County (Nev.) Court that will reduce three felony charges to gross misdemeanors, the Oklahoman's Jake Trotter reports. Chiasson has been sentenced to a year of domestic-violence counseling after being accused of holding a screwdriver to the neck of his ex-girlfriend and threatening to kill her.

  • Cory McCartney of Sports Illustrated ranked Texas A&M wide receiver Jeff Fuller among his biggest winners of the spring and the Missouri offense as collectively one of his biggest spring losers.

  • The Dallas Morning News' Kevin Sherrington has an interesting column with Mike Leach about his running feud with Texas A&M over Stephen McGee's pro prospects. The highlight was a great quote from Leach, who fills notebooks with more regularity than any coach I've ever seen.

"In all my life, I've never been mad at Texas A&M about anything," Leach told the News. "I've always respected their traditions and what makes the school special. It just seems like once every six months, they get upset with me."