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Extra! Extra! Friday Afternoon Link Dump - February 26... and Staying Young Forever

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The goal of the Friday Afternoon Link Dump is to help you ease into the weekend by giving you things to occupy your time at work until the clock strikes 5pm.

To accomplish that we dive into the top stories from each of the Big 12 school's local papers. We also add a few non-Big 12 links and a YouTube clip for the hell of it.

All the links available after The Jump

Big 12 North

Colorado Boulder Daily Camera - Thorne: Urgency needed from Buffs

Kansas Lawrence Journal World - Mario Little making strides in red-shirt campaign

Kansas St Manhattan Mercury - KSU's Winter named to college HOF

Iowa St GoCyclones.com - Brackins' plan to break shooting slump

Missouri Columbia Missourian - Taylor last but not least in Missouri men's basketball team's pregame

Nebraska Lincoln Journal Star - Steven M. Sipple: Sadler says arena a win for everybody


Big 12 South

Baylor Waco Tribune- Brice Cherry: Lady Bears show signs of growth (Lady Bears)

Oklahoma Tulsa World- Sooners decide to sit Warren

Oklahoma St Tulsa World - Upset would help OSU's NCAA hopes

Texas Austin American-Statesman - Pittman picks great time to assert himself

Texas A&M AggieSports.com - Aggies' defense getting job done

Texas Tech RedRaiders.com - Knight worried by Singletary’s shooting


Non Big 12 Links

SB Nation - Complete Winter Olympics coverage

ESPN.com - OTL: The Burden of Being Myron Rolle (One of the best written articles I have read in a long time. A MUST READ) [College]

SB Nation - NBA Talking Points: Hip-Hop, The NBA, And Why? [NBA]

CBS Sports - Wizards waive Ilgauskas after agreeing to buyout [NBA]

Yahoo! Sports - McGwire saddened by brother’s book on steroids [MLB]

NFL.com - All the latest combine coverage [NFL]

... and to compliment the SB Nation article on hip-hop and hoops, I present Jay-Z's "Young Forever." An amazing video in its own right and bound to be a hit with fans of both hip-hop and the 80s.

Evan Pfaff, Managing Editor
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