After much thought and extensive discussion with family and friends, I've decided to remove my name from consideration for coaching openings for both the Colorado Buffaloes and Dallas Cowboys.
Not everybody was a fan of Paul Rhoads' decision to go for two in overtime against Nebraska.
Big 12 defenses have devised a common game plan to slow Missouri's offense, writes Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune. Missouri's Blaine Gabbert is also pretty fired up about talk of him being benched.
Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera lays out his criteria for who the next coach at Colorado should be.
Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis is disappointed with the job he's done this year, reports Laken Litman of the Dallas Morning News.
Texas A&M is planning to win out the rest of the season, reports David Harris of the Dallas Morning News.
Nebraska's three-quarterback set-up suits them, writes Rich Kaipust of the Omaha World-Herald.
Teams will want Mike Gundy after the season, but Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman says he's not going anywhere.
The Cowboys want to make retaining offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen a priority.
You'll hear plenty about the return of the Wrecking Crew out of College Station this week.
How do you get stuffed on the goal line three times? Guerin Emig of the Tulsa World tries to answer the question.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal tries to gauge what Texas Tech's win over Missouri means for the program.