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West Virginia selects Holgorsen as football coach-in-waiting

Dale Holgorsen (Oklahoma State photo)

Dana Holgorsen, Oklahoma State offensive coordinator, has been hired for the same position at West Virginia for 2011. The Mountaineers administration plan to make him their head coach in 2012.

The deal was announced this week will have Holgorsen replace Jeff Mullen as the offensive coordinator and become the “head coach in waiting” in 2011.

Holgorsen will replace head coach Bill Stewart for the 2012 season.

West Virginia says that Coach Stewart will be given an administrative role after the 2011 season.

compiled from staff & West Virginia athletics news

Blackmon wins Warfield Award

Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma State media guide photo)

Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon is the 2010 winner of the Paul Warfield Award, which is awarded annually to college football’s best receiver.

The sophomore star caught 102 passes for 1,665 yards and caught 18 touchdowns passes during the 2010 season.

Info compiled from Oklahoma State athletics

Nationwide Tour in Columbus for Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational

compiled from staff and Nationwide Tour news

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GOLF COVERAGE

Staff writer Stuart Mason contributed to this story


COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Ohio State University Scarlet Course will be hosting the Children’s Hospital Invitational, Thursday July 22-25. The Ohio State Golf Club is located at 3605 Tremont Road in Columbus. It is a par 71 with 7,455 yards.

The total purse is $800,000 with the champion getting $144,000.

Meg Mallon (LPGA)

The favorites for the tournament will be Tommy Gainey, Chris Kirk, Kevin Chappell, Jamie Lovemark and Bobby Gates.

The honorary chairman for the tournament is former Buckeye and LPGA legend Meg Mallon.

A native of Birmingham, Michigan near Detroit, Mallon was a four-time letter winner at Ohio State from 1982-1985 and a two-time First Team All-Big Ten selection in 1984 and 1985. She helped lead the Buckeyes to three Big Ten titles in 1983, 1984 and 1985. She was voted into the Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996.

Nationwide Tour rolls into Columbus (megasportsnews.com)

Mallon turned professional in 1986 and has won 18 LPGA Tour tournaments with more than nine million in career earnings, including four major championships: 1991 LPGA Championship, 1991 and 2004 U.S. Women’s Open Championships and the 2000 du Maurier Classic.

Mallon has played as a member of eight U.S. Solheim Cup teams and in 2009 was Assistant Captain for the victorious U.S. squad.

The 46-year-old Mallon has returned to competitive golf this season after suffering through years of  physical challenges and emotional family stress. She is the youngest of six children.

Golfers playing in Wednesday's Pro-Am (megasportsnews.com)

Mallon joins Jack Nicklaus, John Cook and retired Ohio State Men’s Golf Coach Jim Brown as tournament honoree.

The Children’s Invitational tournament for the fourth year in a row has invited several top college players to play and it’s been well received, says Kip McBride, tournament director.

The college golfers are selected from the College Golf Coaches Association teams.

There are 11 in the field of 144, including 2009 Walker Cup member, Nathan Smith.

In 2008, Daniel Summerhays, a junior at Brigham Young, would up winning the tournament as an amateur, the first time that has happened in the history of the Nationwide tour.

In 2009, Rickie Fowler, currently a PGA Tour rookie, lost in a playoff to Derek Lamely on the Scarlet Course at Ohio State. Fowler was still an amateur at Oklahoma State.

Nationwide media center tent (megasportsnews,com)

2010 Sponsors of Children's Hospital Invitational (megasportsnews.com)

The Big 12 may have 10 teams, but will move on without Colorado and Nebraska

compiled from staff and wire reports

Despite everybody’s belief and rumors, the Big 12 Conference will not be going into extinction.

The much-maligned and beleagued conference made a big-time comeback on Monday when Texas turned down an invitation to join the Pacific 10 and decided to stay in the Big 12.

Dan Beebe Big 12 commissioner (courtesy of Big 12)

Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M quickly made the decision to the conference after commissioner Dan Beebe convinced his members that they would make more money in television and media deals in a 10-team Big 12 Conference than in a 16-team Pacific 10.

Rumor has it that Texas is clear and free to set up its own TV network and can keep all proceeds in exchange for remaining in the Big 12.

The news was extremely good for Kansas, Kansas State, Baylor, Iowa State and Missouri who would’ve been left without a conference if the Big 12 had dissolved completely.

Conference shakeups already! Colorado to Pacific 10

compiled from staff, wire, University of Colorado and Pacific 10 Conference news

As expected Thursday, the first school that was going to leave the Big 12 was Colorado and they’ve chosen the Pac-10.

Colorado will become the 11th member of the Pacific 10 Conference.

The Buffaloes might not be the only team bolting from the Big 12. Nebraska could become a part of the Big 10 as soon as this weekend and there is speculation that Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State may also jump to the Pac-10 to possibly form a 16-team super conference.

Mike Bohn Colorado AD (courtesy of Colorado Athletics)

If all the expected shakeup continues, the Big 12 might just be history. That would leave Missouri, Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas and Kansas State out in the middle of the desert with nowhere to go. The Big 12 has been a highly successful conference that was formed in 1994 when the Big Eight invited the four Texas schools from the Southwest Conference.

The benefactor of all of this could be the Mountain West Conference, which could swoop up those ‘leftover’ schools and former a superconference of its own. There have been rumblings that Boise State is going to join the Mountain West.

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