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Monday, April 14, 2014
Big 12 lunchtime links
By Brandon Chatmon
It's not like bringing a cat to the spring game but Kliff Kingsbury is
Big 12 revenue was
more than $200 million dollars
in 2012-13, reports Blair Kerkoff of the Kansas City Star.
Kansas State receiver Deante Burton has
"proven he can play"
says Wildcat coach Bill Snyder.
A halftime talk
sparked a comeback
during Kansas' spring game.
KSU defensive end Ryan Mueller
wants to be even better
this season after a breakout campaign in 2013.
Kansas safety Isaiah Johnson expects the Jayhawks to be the
Big 12's top defense.
Former KU quarterback Todd Reesing thinks the
offense is in good hands
with new offensive coordinator John Reagan.
Iowa State's quarterback competition
remains wide open
after the spring game.
David Irving's dismissal from the ISU program
was the right move
, writes Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune.
West Virginia's special teams
could be a strength
for the Mountaineers.
Oklahoma State will need cornerback Kevin Peterson
to be a leader
on defense this fall.
OSU's defensive line might be
the foundation of the Cowboys' success
Oklahoma will enter the season with high expectations, which
hasn't always turned out well
for the Sooners, writes John E. Hoover of the Tulsa World.
Zack Sanchez is a
symbol of OU's defense,
writes Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman.
position-by-position look at Baylor
after the spring from John Werner of the Waco Tribune.
Former Ohio State linebacker Mike Mitchell
was in Lubbock, Texas
, for the Red Raiders' spring game. Mitchell is looking to finalize his future home after deciding to transfer.
Anyone have some
tackling drills to share
with Texas Tech defensive coordinator Matt Wallerstedt?
superb post-spring wrapup
of TCU football from Alex Apple of the Dallas Morning News.
"We got what we needed to get done,"
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said of the Mountaineers' spring game.