Phil, she carved a telephone out of a bar of soap.
Holy crap, we've been Shawshanked.
CNN commentator and Texas A&M grad Roland Martin is no fan of Mike Sherman.
Here's the new episode of "The Gridiron," Kansas' reality show. This week covers last week's K-State loss.
Oklahoma's governor declined a friendly wager on Saturday's game with Missouri's governor, citing a desire not to alienate Oklahoma State fans, reports Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune.
Former Oklahoma star Gerald McCoy says Missouri scheduling the Sooners as its homecoming opponent is a slap in the face, and predicts a blowout victory for the Sooners. Here's guessing one of the all-time great interview personalities in college football wasn't armed with the knowledge that it's the only home game in a stretch of four weeks for the Tigers.
Kansas State quarterback Carson Coffman is trying to keep the good vibes from his good performance last week going, writes Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star.
If Kansas has any intention of getting rid of Turner Gill, it will cost them $8 million, reports Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
A tweak to Texas' rugby punt has brought back the sexiness of the maneuver, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman is caught in a perfect storm of unrest, writes Brent Zwerneman of the San Antonio Express-News.
Colorado running back Rodney Stewart has to do a lot more these days, writes Tom Kensler of the Denver Post.
Texas Tech redshirt freshman linebacker Terrance Bullitt made his first career start last week, but broke his hand during the game. He'll be out "a week or so" after surgery, reports Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Oklahoma State won the first two of 42 meetings against Nebraska, and has won three of the last four. In between that stretch, the Cowboys were 0-35-1, reports Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star tackles the issue of Taylor Martinez's minimal media access.