Snow, snow has gone away in El Paso
The snow is going, going and soon will be gone from El Paso. It’s stopped snowing , and whatever fell is melting. It’s about 35 degrees and the temperatures are rising. It’s expected to reach 42 degrees by 5 p.m.
Not that Stanford is affected either way. The Cardinal doesn’t know what an indoor practice is. Co-defensive coordinator Ron Lynn said when recruits come to campus and ask where the indoor facility is, the answer is the same. Don’t need one.
Lynn said Stanford was enjoying the snow; the players were even throwing snowballs at each other. Some of the Californians never had seen snow. No one on the Oklahoma roster has that problem.
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