Man, did this dude just did this?
Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune runs down the best Tiger getups for Missouri's "NFL Day" on Tuesday, the final practice before the team heads to Arizona for the Insight Bowl. The list includes a Gary Pinkel impersonator.
The day also featured the annual "Big Man" 7-on-7 game between the team's linemen. Missouri's team blog goes behind the scenes with some highlights. "Quarterback" Tim Barnes steals the show with a quality postgame interview.
Bob Stoops admitted on Tuesday that keeping upperclassmen invested through bowl games can, at times, be difficult.
He also weighed in on his future at Oklahoma while speaking to the media for the first time since rumors of a move to Florida surfaced.
Texas insists that no job offers have gone out to fill any staff positions.
Colorado lost a QB in its 2011 class this week, but coach Jon Embree says he plans to grab another commitment by signing day.
Colleague Heather Dinich says Mike Leach should be at the top of Maryland's coaching list.
The Topeka Capital-Journal says Kansas State's return to a bowl game is the No. 9 biggest local story of the year.
The Blackshirts have excelled in bowl games under Bo Pelini, writes Rich Kaipust of the Omaha World-Herald.
Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World caught up with Kansas' new quarterback, Brock Berglund, who says his skill set is "Tim Tebow, Michael Vick and Peyton Manning kind of all put together."
One of the candidates for Oklahoma State's new offensive coordinator, Doug Meacham, knows the Air Raid system well, writes Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoman.