Blogging about college football by an Oklahoma Sooners fan.

Linking Up: April 7, 2011

*Ryan Broyles talks with the Orlando Sentinel about the upcoming season and why he put off the NFL.

*Chris Low of ESPN writes that Stephen Garcia's suspension probably won't change much about South Carolina's future under center.

*After his knee injury last season, senior receiver Dejuan Miller seems to have been lost in the shuffle a bit this offseason. Miller looked pretty dangerous in early 2010.

*Chris Brown of Smart Football argues in favor of the KISS principle when it comes to installing an offense. Keep this in mind the next time you hear coaches bragging about all the inventive ways they've devised for putting the ball in the hands of their playmakers.

*James Surowiecki examines the counterintuitive relationship between online distractions and productivity: "Sometimes, it turns out, you have to take your eye off the ball in order to hit it."

*Zero Hedge considers the downfall of the consumer economy. (At the end of the day, aren't all economies "consumer" by definition?)