So, I was messing around with my laptop over the weekend and discovered a way to split my being into two independent parts. I'll be taking advantage of this in a big way today, stopping by both Manhattan and Lawrence to check in with the Wildcats and Jayhawks. Look for plenty more on both teams later on this spring.
Unfortunately, I haven't figured out how to split into a third David Ubben, so posting on the blog will be a little light this afternoon.
Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Bill Young says his MLB, Orie Lemon, is the nation's best.
No experience? No problem for Oklahoma's young linebackers embracing bigger roles this season.
People are, quite literally, looking up to Kansas State's receiving corps this spring.
Nebraska offensive coordinator Shawn Watson has no plans to tip his hand for awhile in regards to the quarterback race.
A practice for Texas A&M over the weekend looked a little smashmouth, and the defense came out on top. And Aggie QB Jerrod Johnson got a little taste of scrimmage over the weekend, too, making a few live throws.
Iowa State may have a breakout star in OL Brayden Burris.
The changes on offense have been kind to Oklahoma State running back Travis Miller, who's campaigning for playing time with his play this spring.