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Six newcomers to watch out for, Marcus signs for $3 million plus, and Scott Verplank bows out of the US Senior Open early.




John Talley is suing Time Inc. regarding the Sports Illustrated story. As he probably should. (NewsOK)

Eight?! (Yahoo)

 I understand that J.W. Walsh is the greatest leader since General Patton, but his athletic ability does not fit the mold for what an Oklahoma State quarterback should be. I might start calling him “JW Patton.” (CRFF)

Texas will not sell beer this year. Probably a good year to not sell beer. (CBS Sports)

Six newcomers to watch this season for Oklahoma State. I think Josh Furman is going to start. (NewsOK)

SEC media days today. Jon Solomon put together some of the best quotes from past SEC media days. There are some gems in here. (CBS Sports)

I’m a big fan of the new Big 12 logo. (Tumblr)

How Nike and Oregon created college football’s perfect brand. Adam Kramer is a solid writer and a good dude. (B/R)

Picture it now: Kevin Peterson picks off Jameis Winston and takes it to the house on the first drive of the season. I will be dead. 15 fun predictions from CRFF here. (CRFF)

This is pretty cool — a look back at 1994. Some of those Bob Simmons quotes are painful. (Tulsa World)

Jemal Singleton on Des Roland (we’re cool with ‘Des Roland’, right?): “We know what Desmond can do. He’s been here, we’ve seen him. He has a chance to be a senior in the system, and we know where he can be.” (NewsOK)

Ugh, Ubben is the worst!  I’ve soured a bit on OSU throughout this offseason. Can J.W. Walsh be efficient enough to put the Cowboys close to the title race. (Fox SW)

These photos should get you psyched for football season. (Flickr)


Marcus Smart will make (probably) $3.28 million this season and won’t be traded for Kevin Love anytime soon (which I didn’t even know was on the table). (NESN)

A Nets blogger on Markel: “I think he can be the Nets 3-and-D guard off the bench this season.” (CRFF)

Markel on whether he did enough to be signed by the Nets: “I think I showed them more of a complete player — going out there passing the ball, rebounding and just playing a complete game.” (The News Star


Scott Verplank missed the cut at the US Senior Open and said he was going to have a pool party over the weekend. (NewsOK)

Read the LeBron essay if you haven’t. It’s amazing. (Sports Illustrated)

Even though the Cup is over, this Messi vs. Germany piece by Brian Phillips is must read stuff. (Grantland)

Harold Hamm is trying to eradicate diabetes. (Inside Philanthropy)

This dude in Dallas tried to watch the World Cup with a fan from all 32 countries. (Dallas Observer)

This looks immense.

Somebody uploaded the 1987 Bedlam game to YouTube if you have a spare four hours.

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