Look, guys, it's not up for discussion. You do not spray Athlete's Foot medicine in your teammates' eyes.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini says Taylor Martinez played on a tender ankle last week so he could get valuable reps. "We didn't want to sit him for two weeks," he said.
T. Boone Pickens' time has arrived, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
The element of surprise is gone for Colorado, writes Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera.
Iowa State quarterback Jerome Tiller won't be talking to the media this week, writes the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson.
Turner Gill is well aware of the challenge his defense faces against Oklahoma State on Saturday, writes Tully Corcoran of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Missouri used a few new offensive sets and plays in its win over Kansas State, writes Len Goldman of the Columbia Missourian.
Oklahoma freshman receiver Kenny Stills faced the wrath of coach Bob Stoops after his celebration penalty against Texas Tech, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Kansas State's final two games both come against interim coaches, writes Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star.
Texas A&M running back Cyrus Gray is running for two people the rest of the year, writes Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News.
A link between Pelini and the scandal surrounding Cam Newton crossed into recklessness, writes Mitch Sherman of the Omaha World-Herald.
Texas Tech running back Baron Batch says good bye to the Big 12 in his latest journal entry in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, offering his thoughts on all 12 programs.
Kansas cornerback Chris Harris has been around for Kansas' recent decline, but he's learned from the struggles, writes Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star.
After visiting Texas on Saturday, Florida Atlantic will be laughing all the way to the bank, writes Ken Herman of the Austin American-Statesman.