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It's almost time for the Houston Rockets to break out those fishing poles.
Clint Trickett is still West Virginia's No. 1 QB despite not taking part in spring ball; the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Stephen J. Nesbitt explains. West Virginia MetroNews's Allan Taylor breaks down the Mountaineer running backs.
Kansas State defensive end Laton Dowling is pushing for playing time, reports the Topeka Capital-Journal's Tim Bisel. K-State coach Bill Snyder says Saturday's spring game is for the fans in this article from the Manhattan Mercury's Joshua Kinder.
A refreshing wave of honesty is blowing through Austin, Texas, the San Antonio Express-News' Mike Finger writes.
A Texas commitment called rival Texas A&M "a circus."
Retiring Texas Tech chancellor Kent Hance was candid about the firing of former coach Mike Leach, according to this report by the Amarillo Globe-News' Jon Mark Beilue.