Greetings from Big Ten country. I'm sure Sooners fans are glad to see me. Nebraska people, tell them I'm not that bad.
Maryland and Texas and talking about a series in football, but there's no deal in place yet, Jeff Barker writes in The Baltimore Sun.
Iowa State defensive end Aaron Moore is indefinitely suspended after being charged with assault last month, Randy Peterson writes in the Des Moines Register.
Oklahoma quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel is always mentioned for coordinator positions, but he seems happy staying in Norman, Matt Baker writes in the Tulsa World.
Kendall Hunter and other Oklahoma State standouts visit a local children's hospital, Brandon Chatmon writes in The Oklahoman.
Colorado quarterback commit Brock Berglund vows to boost the team's recruiting efforts, Kyle Ringo writes in the Daily Camera. Berglund might want to place a call to the wavering Shaun Simon. The Lincoln Journal Star previews Colorado in 2010.
Kansas' former assistant director of ticket operations pleads guilty in the ticket-scalping scandal. Jayhawks recruiting coordinator Reggie Mitchell favors an NCAA proposal that would scale back when schools are allowed to offer scholarships, Matt Tait writes in the Lawrence Journal World.
Missouri's Blaine Gabbert appears on the Davey O'Brien Award preseason watch list, Reid Laymance writes in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Baylor's Robert Griffin is there, too.