From Around The Big 12
ICYMI: The latest episode of the QuickSlant Podcast addresses the controversy at Baylor and what steps the school is taking to resolve it. | LGG
ICYMI: Two rogue Athletic Directors swayed the vote to ban satellite camps. | LGG
K-State held their spring game over the weekend, and it left fans with a few reasons to look forward to 2016. | Bring On The Cats
Oklahoma State picked up a late addition to their 2016 class. | Pistols Firing
The middle of the Longhorns’ defense is causing coach Charlie Strong some stress. | Burnt Orange Nation
K-State AD John Currie received an extension on his contract. | KWCH
Oklahoma State’s new Sugar Bowl rings are pretty sweet. (never mind how the game turned out.)
— Remington Rebstock (@RemingtonReb) April 22, 2016
Across The Nation
A Georgia linebacker spent some time in jail over the weekend. | NBC Sports
Tennessee coach Butch Jones will no longer be getting “courtesy calls” from the Knoxville Police. | NBC Sports
This is really cool. The Houston football team is helping out with flood relief.
— #HTownTakeover (@UHCougarFB) April 19, 2016
Johnny Manziel has been indicted following a domestic dispute. | SB Nation
Ouch. This does not look good. Hopefully, it is just a mild sprain.
John Oliver is talking Peurto Rico.
Open Thread Topics
Should teams receive bowl game rings if they don’t win, or is it no big deal?
What’s your take on the satellite camp ban? Should it be reversed?
Is Texas a dark horse to win the conference?