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The Omaha World-Herald breaks down Nebraska's returning team in 2011. The big conclusion: Plenty of veterans return, but questions are coming with them.
The Cotton Bowl sees the 2011 game as its breakout party for a hopeful push to join the BCS in the future, writes Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News. He also takes a look back at the big move that revived Texas A&M's program, and it doesn't involve Ryan Tannehill.
A bowl loss shouldn't dampen a great season for Missouri, writes Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star, who names his offensive and defensive MVPs for the year.
Oklahoma finally admitted how much the talk about BCS troubles bugged it during the week, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
Glaring flaws kept Kansas State from making huge improvements this year, writes Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
Tommy Tuberville says Texas Tech needs more speed on defense to truly compete for and win championships, reports Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
For all of Oklahoma State's offensive success, defensive coordinator Bill Young's half of the team had plenty to do with it, too, writes Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
Nebraska could have kicking issues next year. The nation's No. 3 kicker decommitted from the Huskers, and kickers Alex Henery and Adi Kunalic are out of eligibility after 2010.
Credit four Sooners' individual turnarounds for Oklahoma's Fiesta Bowl-winning finish, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Nebraska set a new school record for penalties and penalty yardage in 2010, breaking the record it set in 2009, writes Brian Christopherson of the Lincoln Journal Star.
Kansas has found its new athletic director, Sheahon Zenger, from Illinois State.
Texas Tech's defensive backs coach is headed to Florida to join Will Muschamp's staff.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune has 10 plays that defined Missouri's season. Take a wild guess at which is No. 1.