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Good job by Gina here on how Cooper got to Cleveland. This is exactly what a beat writer should be doing and she nails it. (NewsOK)

Justin Gilbert not in Mel Kiper’s top five junior cornerbacks? Oh, you must not have seen this or this, Mel. (ESPN Insider)

Cool interview with Mike Gundy. My takeaway – he’s never watched an NFL Draft?! (Tulsa World)

If you don’t know Frank Anderson, batting a pitcher because you’re pissed at your hitters is the most Frank Anderson thing ever. (NewsOK)

Ubben says the Big 12 still belongs to OU and Texas. Pretty good spring wrap from him. (ESPN)

Cowboys drop their finale against Ohio State. (okstate.com)

Browns GM expects Weeds to be “the guy.” (Plain Dealer)

Kendall Rogers has OSU in the Florida regional with half the teams in Florida. h/t Anthony Slater (Perfect Game)

Gundy talking about Twitter also cracks me up, and he takes a nice little (subtle) shot at A&M when talking about Lunt. (Tulsa World)

Wow, Sporting News ranks Mike Gundy the 10th best coach in college football. (Sporting News)

Fowler-Mahan-Tiger teeing it up at 7:39 CST. (PGA Tour)

AD Franch – U.S. Olympic hopeful. (okstate.com)

Mike Holmgren says they were trying to draft Kendall Wright at #22 and Weeden at #37 but just took Weeden at #22 because Wright was gone. Weeden should at least purchase a few Jake Locker jerseys with his signing bonus to thank the Titans, no? (Plain Dealer)

Andy Roddick’s brother gets coach of the year in the Big 12. (Big 12 Sports)

Uh-oh, trouble in Norman. (ESPN)

Bud Shaw thinks it’s kind of dumb that Weeden hasn’t been named the starter. So much QB controversy! (Plain Dealer)

This is really really good. (Grantland)

Oh. h/t Amilian (Larry Brown Sports)

This looks like the Zapruder film, but a catch to beat OU is a catch to beat OU.

  • andrew

    I think i’ve said it before, but every time i read about Josh Cooper (whether it was his underrated career at OSU, or hopefully prominent career in the NFL) i always think about going to HS with him, and him being one of the best receivers in the state in high school… which, granted, is a completely different game than college let alone the NFL.
    But, I have high hopes for him in Cleveland with Weeden. I just hope the Browns give him a shot despite his “small size.”

    And that Grantland article on Oden was good… i sure hope he gets another shot in the NBA.