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The Morning Fade – 2.24.11



What They’re Saying
1. April 16th is a big day – According to this tweet from SID Kevin Klintworth, the spring semester will culminate in a day that includes the Remember the 10 run, the spring game, and a little bedlam baseball. Pistols Guy might just have to make the sojourn up I-35 for that weekend’s activities. I promise to not refer to myself in the third person anymore. (Twitter)

2. Great conference records breakdown by Ubben – You won’t believe who comes in at #1 (ESPN)

3. Anthony Slater on LeBryan Nash – the savior – “With an alpha dog personality and the talent to back it up, Nash provides the star power that they have desperately missed. His playmaking ability also has collateral effects. It will allow the other players to slide back into more familiar roles, specifically Keiton Page.” (O’Colly)

4. Andrea Riley is back in Oklahoma – She’s playing point for the Tulsa Shock and engaged to Terrance Anderson, former CB for OSU. I’d like to take this time and observe a moment of silence for the time in girls basketball practice when Riley crossed me over so hard I fell down and got made fun of by Nolo and the rest of the guys running scout team against the girls. It was embarrassing, but in my defense her crossover was nasty. (Tulsa World)

5. OSU has the most players of any Big 12 team at the combine – Thankfully this list is five and not seven… (ESPN)

6. Trio of Cowboys won yesterday at the Accenture Match Play Championship – Bo Van Pelt, Rickie Fowler, and Hunter Mahan all posted Ws. Today Fowler will try to take down the big Lefty and Van Pelt will play Matt Kuchar for the chance to take on Fowler in the third round. Mahan goes up against Robert Karlsson. (PGA Tour)

7. Bucky Brooks with some kind words for Kendall Hunter – ” Hunter also shows good quickness and cutback skills while working on the perimeter. He routinely beats defenders to the corner, but has a knack for finding open seams against the pursuit. ” (NFL)

Video(s) You Should Watch
Tim Floyd accosting referees instead of paying players. It starts to get rather juicy at the 1:25 mark.

Also, Wisky took down Michigan in Ann Arbor last night on a deep dagger.

You Don’t Want to Miss
Caltech hasn’t won a conference game since I’ve been alive. Until this week.

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