The Star’s NFL mock draft, version 3.0 - KansasCity.com ... they should be big spenders ... hands and projects as a three-down player. ... 11. Minnesota: WR DeVante Parker, 6-3, 209 ... 27. Dallas: ... 02/27/2015 - 1:57 pm | View Link
Dueling Big Boards: A clear No. 1 overall emerges - SI.com ... a lot of ways Player you ... evident in how he moves on the football. ... star (4.56 40, 42-inch vertical, 11-feet-6 on the ... State 14 ... 02/27/2015 - 1:54 pm | View Link
Who actually had the best recruiting class of 2012? - SI.com College Football Playoff. ... DT Eddie Goldman , LB ... Ohio State could not play for the Big Ten ... Laizure/ 6. Oklahoma Original Rivals.com ... 02/26/2015 - 2:19 pm | View Link
2015 NFL mock draft: Round 1 - Comcast SportsNet 6. New York Jets - WR ... 11. Minnesota Vikings - CB ... 14. Miami Dolphins - LB ... UCLA - Jelani Jenkins is a good player who ... like in ... 02/26/2015 - 4:04 am | View Link
What we learned from combine - NFL 6. Need to see more out ... Who says the Big Ten ... 11. Combine's fastest man draws interest: J ... about Perryman: Miami LB ... of the ... 02/25/2015 - 1:08 pm | View Link
Wisconsin Badgers news, 6/11: Hump Day edition An early signing period has been a highly discussed topic throughout college football. Head coach Gary Andersen is in ... listing the Wisconsin Rapids product as UW's 10th most important player. Wisconsin's women's soccer team announced the signing of ... 06/11/2014 - 7:11 am | View Link
Wednesday’s New England Patriots Links 6/11 – How Pats’ new D will help Brady Kevin Williams: Bill Belichick Said I’d Be Rotational Player For Patriots – Doug Kyed ... who she feels should make a big difference in their defense this season. Reflective Robert Kraft marks 20 years as owner of Patriots - Mark Daniels: Daniels ... 06/11/2014 - 6:02 am | View Link
6/11 Recruiting Roundup Florida State football spends half a million dollars on recruiting. Nebraska has had to adjust its recruiting board on offense. The move to the Big 12 is helping West Virginia's recruiting. 06/10/2012 - 11:31 pm | View Link
Hoyas add 6-11 Hayes to 2012 class 230 lb senior from Jacksonville signed with Georgetown this week, according to recruiting analyst Adam Zagroia, providing the Hoyas coach with another big man option. Connecticut and Texas A&M were also in pursuit of the raw but promising center ... 05/9/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
6-11 Fort Worth forward commits to Baylor men's basketball But I feel like Baylor’s coaching staff can help me develop and become a good player. I also like the Christian element ... Rykhoek said he’s followed recent Big 12 realignment news to some extent. “It doesn’t concern me that much,” Rykhoek ... 09/20/2011 - 1:01 pm | View Link
Meet "House" 6'11, 500 Pound Man, Too Big to Play NFL ... John "House" Taylor, 35, is too big for the NFL. "You're not going to straight up move me," the 6-foot-11, 500 pound Minor League Football player told CBS ... 02/28/2015 - 6:19 pm | View Website
O-D Football Camps Nationwide camps with NFL players and coaches offer youth academy, high school, and college prep programs. Daycamp, overnight, and specialty clinics are available. 02/28/2015 - 4:10 pm | View Website
High School Sports High School Football Teams, news, photos, videos, scores and schedules, standings, stats, brackets, forums and more from AL.com. 02/28/2015 - 12:57 pm | View Website
Tony Picard, Football Player is 6'4" And 400 Lbs in High ... Tony Picard, Football Player is 6'4" and 400 Lbs in High School: 'Biggest Running Back' Ever Tony Picard, Football Player is 6'4" and 400 Lbs in High ... 02/28/2015 - 5:04 am | View Website
National Football League: NFL Draft Tracker 2009 Track the latest 2009 Draft round picks, by college, school, player, NFL team. 02/28/2015 - 4:00 am | View Website
By Tim Willert, Staff WriterGUTHRIE — Riley Prather didn’t fare quite as well as he had hoped.
The Guthrie High School junior recently showed four breeding gilts at the Logan County Spring Livestock Show and not one of the well-groomed hogs impressed judges enough to garner first place.
Prather, 17, took it all in stride.
By William Crum, Staff WriterStreet, drainage projects lag
City Manager Jim Couch says the 2009 recession and a cap on property tax growth have combined to slow spending on projects approved by voters in 2007.
By Randy Ellis, Staff WriterThe Oklahoma Pension Commission showed unfair bias and abused the competitive bidding process in the way it selected NEPC, LLC, to continue as the pension fund’s management consultant, says state Auditor Gary Jones.
Some commissioners also may have violated the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act, he said.
“This is what allows corruption to start to happen, if you don’t understand the basic concept of fair treatment,” said Jones, who was the only commission member to vote against the selection of NEPC last week.