Sorry about missing lunch today with these links.
If it's any consolation, I didn't eat, either. Hammering out the recruiting capsules along with a chat in the middle of things has made for a long, grueling morning.
But I bet these Big 12 links will go just as well with a watercress sandwich and some Earl Grey in the middle of the afternoon as they always seems to do with a PB&J and Pringles.
Bon appetit -- for those who are willing to wait.
Although Mack Brown is still “Mr. February,” the Austin American-Statesman’s Kirk Bohls opines that Texas’ top recruiting class has Will Muschamp’s stamp all over it.
Four touted offensive linemen are the backbone of Texas A&M’s consensus top 20 national recruiting class, the Bryan Eagle’s Richard Croome reports.
Despite a late start, new Kansas coach Turner Gill is pleased about how his first recruiting class turned out, the Lawrence Journal-World’s Dugan Arnett reports.
The Topeka Capital-Journal’s Austin Meek looks at Bill Snyder’s diverse 28-man recruiting class.
The Boulder Camera’s Neill Woelk says that good coaching is more important than good recruiting to a program.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s William Wilkerson looks at various recruiting winners and losers.
Quote of the day comes from Paul Rhoads, who tells the Ames Tribune’s Bobby LaGesse that in his opinion, the Cyclones signed “28 five-star guys.”
Gary Pinkel didn’t need to answer whether this was his best Missouri recruiting class, Kansas City Star’s Mike DeArmond reports.
The Lincoln Journal Star’s Steve Sipple is looking for speedy offensive difference makers in Nebraska’s recruiting class.
The Oklahoman’s Brandon Chatmon catches up with quarterback Blake Bell, the crown offensive jewel of Oklahoma’s recruiting class. And the Sporting News pushed the Sooners to No. 3 nationally after Corey Nelson's late switch to them from Texas A&M.
Oklahoma State’s big haul of quarterbacks is detailed by the Tulsa World’s Bill Haisten.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Jimmy Burch looks at the job that Tommy Tuberville did in cobbling together his first recruiting class at Texas Tech.
Baylor secondary coach Kim McCloud backpedaled like a safety to start yesterday's press conference for a good reason, according to the Waco Tribune-Herald's John Werner.