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Headlines – April 11th

For the offseason, quite a bit of news happened over the weekend.

If you haven’t noticed, the LGG has a new format, and Headlines has its own spot front and center. Be sure to look for it in the mornings. Also, don’t forget to make your way down to the bottom, and weigh in on the open topics of the day. Who knows, your comments just might get featured in future posts!

From Around The Big 12

Seriously, who the heck things of Boston University when you hear ‘BU’? | LGG

Speaking of Baylor, There are more allegations of sexual assault. | LGG

There an interesting feud brewing between the Austin media and the Waco media. | Staking The Plains

A medical condition is forcing Oklahoma State’s Dylan Harding to hang up his cleats. | LGG

Cyclone Nation’s heart skipped a beat when it was announced over the weekend that Allen Lazard has a fractured right hand. Thankfully, it doesn’t seem to serious. | LGG

There’s some really tragic news involving a former member of the Jayhawks football team. | LGG

The QuickSlant Podcast is back! | LGG

The Sooners received their Big 12 Champion rings on Saturday.

Across The Nation

Let’s face it, the number of bowls is getting out of hand. | ESPN

Welp, a bunch of hotel rooms across the country just freed up. | LGG

Could the NCAA be considering revising the ban on endorsement deals? | YardBarker

Now that EA is cutting checks to former players can we get the game back? | SB Nation


A German soccer player, who just recently learned of American football, is a prospect in the 2016 NFL Draft. And get this, he would have ranked among the top prospects in the Combine! – SB Nation

It’s hard to feel bad for a guy who is making millions of dollars, but dang, you have to feel for Jordan Spieth | CBS

All of these look fantastic:

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