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Friday, April 4, 2014
Big 12 lunchtime links
By Jake Trotter
for Ball State.
uncovered no infractions
connected to Sports Illustrated's allegations of Baylor assistant Kendal Briles committing a recruiting violation.
The Bears are working this spring
to replenish their depleted secondary
, reports the Waco Tribune-Herald's John Werner.
The Jayhawks know it might seem far-fetched, but they
have the goal
of fielding the best defense in the Big 12 next season, they tell the Topeka Capital-Journal's Jesse Newell.
is having to
learn his third offense
, the Lawrence Journal-World's Tom Keegan writes.
From the B team to the spotlight
, it's Oklahoma State receiver
' time to shine, writes The Oklahoman's Cody Stavenhagen.
Texas defensive coordinator Vance Bedford did a
with Sports Illustrated. Former Longhorns QB
joining RG III in Washington
The Oklahoman's Berry Tramel thought the Sooners' April Fool's joke involving tight end
in poor taste
bounced back from surgery
, reports the Tulsa World's Guerin Emig.
The Daily (Va.) Press' David Teel
whether a West Virginia-Virginia Tech game could work in 2017.
SportsOnEarth.com's Matt Brown calls Kansas State a
sleeper to watch
for the 2014 season.
TCU coach Gary Patterson, who does not like having spring games,
tape of future opponents' spring games, according to TCU 360's Jordan Ray.
Texas Tech linebacker
has returned from ACL surgery
to crack the depth chart
, writes the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal's Don Williams.