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The Morning Fade – 3.28.11

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OSU alums did not have a good finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Mahan (76), Fowler (78), Howell III (78), Verplank (72), Van Pelt (72) combined to shoot +16 in the final round. (PGA Tour)

Big 12 non-conference football games to watch for in 2011. OSU Arizona makes the list. (Holy Turf)

Bobby Reid (God bless him) is doing good things for the Tulsa Talons. (Tulsa World)

It sounds like Weeden and Monken are getting along splendidly. I can already see their families vacationing together in the offseason and their kids going to the same schools. Isn’t life lovely in Stillwater? (News OK)

Absolutely FASCINATING read on how what Virginia Commonwealth did was the most statistically improbable accomplishment in NCAA history, yep, even more so than Nova winning it all in ’85. (New York Times)

Samuel Bryant has Chris Littlehead, Justin Gilbert, Daytawion Lowe, and Tracy Moore as his four to watch for spring football. (CRFF)

Speaking of Littlehead, here’s a good read on him from Bill Haisten. (Tulsa World)

Brandon Chatmon says the defensive line (as usual) could set the tone for OSU’s season. (News OK)

Great slideshow and wrap-up of the weekend series against Texas for OSU baseball. The O’Colly, I must say, does an outstanding job of covering the baseball team. A terrific amalgamation of photos, story, and quotes makes for good reading. (O’Colly)

I wish I hadn’t read this. I’m already beyond what should be the allowable amount of excited for next year’s hoops team. Also, the Rotnei Clark transferring story is news to me. BIG news. Apparently I missed this article by Bill Haisten last week. (News OK)

Finally, for the Butler faithful, here’s a terrific story on Matt Howard. (New York Times)

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