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Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Lunch links: Snyder's big-time impact
By David Ubben
Bill Snyder: Still the best.
Vahe Gregorian of the Kansas City Star writes about Bill Snyder's off-field impact in Manhattan, including
when he prevented one player from committing suicide
Iowa State is
wearing some 1920s throwback uniforms
as a tribute to Jack Trice during this year's game against Iowa. Good look.
Incoming Oklahoma freshman D.J. Ward
will be out awhile because of a spleen issue
The Kansas City Star's Rustin Dodd looks at Charlie Weis'
penchant for giving second chances
as it relates to running back Darrian Miller and others, which has had mixed results.
Dana Holgorsen still needs leadership
from his Mountaineers, and Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail
takes you on a tour of WVU's facilities.
Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune asked around and has a few
breakout candidates for the Cyclones this fall
. Iowa State's
team speed has impressed Paul Rhoads
very cool new "Inside the Program" show
from SoonerSports.tv. Get a look inside preseason camp at OU, and
Keith Ford brought the boomstick to camp
Newfound health could be a
huge boost for Kansas linebacker Schyler Miles,
writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Oklahoma State safety
Daytawion Lowe sits down for a Q&A.
Colleague Ivan Maisel writes about Kliff Kingsbury's
immediate impact of being a young coach.
And is receiver Shawn Corker
poised for a breakout season in Lubbock?
Is West Virginia the
best program in college football without a national title?