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The Heart Beat (Sept. 10): Sports Illustrated Rips OU, College Town’s Small Businesses Crushed

NCAA Football: Houston at Oklahoma

It’s time for our links to our favorite bunch of Big 12 content from the previous 24 hours. Think of it as a brunch/lunch links for you to avoid and delay work, plus your boss!

**If there is ever content you’d like us to consider for the following day’s Heart Beat, please email me directly: [email protected] or direct message us on Twitter (@Heartland_CS)

Big 12 Football

Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated is criticizing Lincoln Riley and the Sooners for not releasing their positive COVID-19 cases throughout the season.

OU’s Depth Chart has been released and here are some questions and answers.

Here is a cool “By the Numbers” feature by Texas Tech’s Staking the Plains as the Red Raiders get ready for Houston Baptist on Saturday.

A good look into West Virginia head coach Neal Brown as he gets going for Year 2 in Morgantown leading the Mountaineers.

Two Texas Longhorns Heisman winners, Earl Campbell and Ricky Williams, both black men, say they support the song “The Eyes of Texas.”

 

Non-Big 12 Content

Bleacher Report has made its predictions for all of this weekend’s college football games.

The reality for many small businesses in college towns not playing football this fall is ugly and continues to be overlooked. Kudos to Sports Illustrated for talking about this issue.

LSU has announced its plans to allow 26,000 fans into games this fall, but no tailgating.

**If there is ever content you’d like us to consider for the following day’s Heart Beat, please email me directly: [email protected] or direct message us on Twitter (@Heartland_CS)

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