There's plenty of stuff around the interwebs worth reading, so here are some links.
As you read here the other day about Clint Robinson getting promoted to the bigs, he made his debut Friday against the Pirates. He struck out in 3 pitches in his first at-bat against all-star closer Joel Hanrahan as the Pirates beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2.
Robinson will stay with KC at least for four series, three of which are at national league parks. It's not the ideal situation, as this Royals blogger writes. His path is blocked by first basemen/DH Eric Hosmer and Billy Butler, so the sample size will likely be a bunch of pinch-hits against closers or lefties (which teams will bring in after Robinson is announced as a pinch hitter).
I'd suggest following @Royals_Report on twitter, as that's the Kansas City Star beat writer Bob Dutton, who had a great blog about Robinson earlier Friday.
Former women's basketball coach Michael Murphy didn't go far after being let go as coach this spring. He's got a new position inside the athletic department as Director of Special Events.
The Troy women's basketball team has two new assistants and some new signees.
Former Sun Belt commissioner Wright Waters was named first-ever Football Bowl Association Executive Director.
Former Trojan defensive end Brandon Boudreaux landed in the Canadian Football League with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Boudreaux never could get consistent playing time, but the guy is as strong as an ox. I hope he does well.