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As the months roll on and the draft talk starts to dry up, our daily links will begin to feature general football-related links. If you have something good, toss it in the comments.

National Football Post - Scouting series: Mississippi State
Wes Bunting breaks down the top seniors at Mississippi State. There are no high-caliber players, but offensive tackle James Carmon is one to keep an eye on. A former Juco transfer who played defensive line last year, Carmon has great size at 6-foot-7 and 330 pounds.

ESPN Twin Cities - Percy Harvin plans to work with Christian Ponder 'in the near future'
Despite Christian Ponder working out with Sidney Rice, Bernard Berrian and Visanthe Shiancoe this offseason, he still hasn't gotten familiar with arguably his best weapon.

Orange County Register - L.A. stadium planner says he's talking to five NFL teams
Billionaire Phillip Anshutz wants to bring football back to Los Angeles says he has talked the Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars about moving to the proposed new stadium. That should bode well for the Buffalo Bills.

Cowboys Ride For Free - Introducing the SB Nation conference re-draft
The SB Nation college network is taking on a neat project where new conferences are made. Unlike the current structure (sort of) of conferences, the new proposed conferences won't be based on geography. Instead, it'll be about what college athletics are really about: revenue and championships. As such, Texas is the odds on favorite to be the first pick in the draft-style exercise. Oh, they're also going to consider these things:

Weather/Desirability of Destination
Historic Success
TV Revenue Potential
Rivalries (two teams)

No word on whether or not any of the conference commissioners are horn dogs. If so, Arizona State could go earlier than expected.

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