Got plans to go to Nebraska's spring game on Saturday? Might want to get your ticket quick.
Oklahoma will be simulating a real game with a draft for its spring game this year, instead of playing offense vs. defense, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman. Running back DeMarco Murray and offensive lineman Ben Habern are not expected to play. Wide receiver Ryan Broyles will likely be available in a limited capacity.
Colorado has its first high school commit for 2011, quarterback Dexter Foreman of Manville, Texas.
Russ Lande at The Sporting News provides a scouting report on former Texas safety Earl Thomas.
Kansas athletic director Lew Perkins talked BCS and a handful of other Jayhawks-related issues at a question-and-answer session.
Nebraska's Sean Fisher is figuring out a few things at linebacker, writes Rich Kaipust at the Omaha World-Herald.
Oklahoma State cornerback Brodrick Brown is parlaying a Cotton Bowl start into a nice spring, writes Ryan Stewart of the Stillwater News-Press.