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Making The Rounds: New Mexico's Demetrius Walker Interviews For First Time

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This feature has been sparse as of late, and to serve everyone better this will be a lunch time feature, so enjoy.

A lot of today's pieces are generic to college sports, but they are good ones, at least I think.

Demetrius Walker was on the cover of Sports Illustrated at age 10 and is part of a book about AAU sports. Here is an interview he did with KOB-TV in Albuquerque, N.M:

Former Wyoming Sprinter Afiya Walker Will Compete For Trinidad and Trabago - Cowboy Altitude
Walker, a senior on this year's UW squad, will be a part of the 4-by-400-meter relay team for Trinidad and Tobago in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Championships. Walker is a native of St. Augustine, Trinidad.

Previewing the 2011 Wyoming Cowboys - Corn Nation
Wyoming is trying to pull the pieces back together after an offseason of turmoil. That's probably not a good way to prepare to face Nebraska, as the Cowboys have way too many questions in 2011.

2012 NFL Draft rankings: Quarterback - Mocking The Draft
The talent of the quarterback class is evident with the three top juniors. Boise State's Kellen Moore and San Diego State's Ryan Lindley make the cut.

UGA-Boise State Tickets Arrangement Puts Georgia Dome Low On Blue And Orange - SB Nation Atlanta
Tell me something I don't know.

The Data Sharing Project Takes A Gigantic Step Forward - Football Study Hall
Game and season college football statistics from 1998-2010 now available, now go nerd out.

Top 11 FBS Football Conference Rankings: SEC No. 1 |
Top 10: Ranking CFB's 11 Conferences Post-Realignment written by Lost Lettermen - Top 10

 SPORTSbyBROOKS " ‘Craig James gave Joe Schad Adam’s cell number’
The new Mike Leach book, Swing Your Sword, is out. In the book, Leach retells the events of his legally-challenged ouster at Texas Tech in late 2009 - and provides stunning new documents and detail

 NCAA could see 'fundamental changes' in way it operates -
With agent issues and tainted football and basketball titles, many in college athletics have come to agree the system is bent if not broken. - An Introduction To Offensive Personnel Packages

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