Tune your TV sets to ESPNU today at 5:30 p.m. ET if you care to hear me talk about Big 12 football. Posting might be a little lighter through the week as we load up for some big postspring stuff coming soon.
Chaos at the quarterback position has been a theme throughout the Big 12 this spring, writes John Henderson of the Denver Post.
Rick Maese at the Washington Post talked to Oklahoma strength and conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt, who says Trent Williams has enormous potential but is "definitely not a gym rat."
The NFL executive who asked Dez Bryant if his mother was ever a prostitute was outed by Yahoo! Sports' Mike Silver and later apologized in a statement, as well as contacting Bryant to apologize.
For those present at Kansas' spring practice, tight end Tim Biere's touchdown in the spring game didn't come as a surprise, writes Jesse Newell of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Relevant to everyone: Washington president Mark A. Emmert is the new chief executive of the NCAA.
Matt Hinton at Dr. Saturday breaks down the season's most intriguing players. Today: Oklahoma RB DeMarco Murray.