Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller's ugly evil twin/uncle says hello.
Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini could have left Lincoln for Tennessee this offseason. He did not, because he sees something special in Year 3 at Nebraska, writes Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star.
Texas, Nebraska and Oklahoma all have one of the nation's top 12 best secondaries, according to Rivals.com. But in what order?
New starting quarterback Brandon Weeden is feeling more and more comfortable in Oklahoma State's new offense, reports Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoman.
It's still waiting to be finalized, but Nebraska could be getting a former blue-chip tight end recruit from Washington via transfer.
Episode 2 of "The Gridiron," Kansas' produced online show highlighting preseason camp, is up. Very, very cool look inside a program. High-quality content other schools should duplicate.
DeMarco Murray is still waiting for his big year. Is now, his senior season, the time? Mike Sherman and Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman weigh the chances.
Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star runs down the changes on Missouri's latest depth chart.
Bo Pelini sounds pleased with his team heading into the season, a change from the norm of his first two seasons. That's a good sign for the Huskers, writes Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald.
Texas lost a tight end for the year on Tuesday and receiver Greg Timmons suffered a neck injury but is expected to return during the season, reports Alan Trubow of the Austin American-Statesman.
New Texas A&M linebackers coach Dat Nguyen is impressing his inside linebackers, who have to lead the Aggies defensive improvement, writes Brent Zwerneman in the San Antonio Express-News.
Kansas' situation at running back is complex, but the Lawrence Journal-World's Tom Keegan tries to demystify it.
Philip Blake, who started last season at right tackle, is taking on the job of replacing All-American J.D. Walton at center, writes John Werner of the Waco Tribune-Herald.