Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
On the road again, just like Willie Nelson sings about.
But I just can't wait to get these lunch links to you, either.
Colorado coach Dan Hawkins is taking an active role in his other job as the Buffaloes' wide receivers coach, the Boulder Daily Camera's Ryan Thorburn reports.
Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports.com writes how quarterback Robert Griffin is helping transform the attitude at Baylor into a potential bowl team.
The Lincoln Journal Star's Steve Sipple reports that Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne is wary of South Division sites hogging all of the Big 12's championship events.
Sporting News pundits Matt Hayes and Dave Curtis analyze whether Nebraska is really headed back in their weekly "Four Downs" column. And Hayes also calls Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant college football's "most dangerous player."
The Oklahoman's John Helsley has an interesting story about Oklahoma State center Brady Bond, a product of 8-man high school football in Garber, Okla. The Oklahoman also has a list of notable 8-man alumni.
Iowa State running back Alexander Robinson's talents could be ideal for the Cyclones' new no-huddle offense, the Ames Tribune's Bobby La Gesse writes.
The Kansas City Star's Blair Kerkhoff examines the contributions of Kansas State wide receiver Brandon Banks.
Hey, it was an oversight. But the Kansas City Star's Mike DeArmond writes that Missouri officials are doing what they can to get Derrick Washington on the next Doak Walker Award watch list.
Kansas wide receiver Johnathan Wilson has emerged from out of nowhere to become one of the Big 12's most productive wide receivers, the Lawrence Journal-World's Brooke Sutherland reports.
The Oklahoman's Jake Trotter details the importance of play-making tight end "Big Game" Jermaine Gresham to Oklahoma's offense.
Texas Tech redshirt freshman running back Harrison Jeffers stands 5-foot-6 inches tall in his bare feet and was once dispatched to pulling guard in his youth league because of his weight, according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal's Don Williams.
The Bryan Eagle's Robert Cessna reports that Texas A&M's practices with Mike Sherman are an open book.
The Austin American-Statesman's Suzanne Halliburton analyzes whether Texas has a running game capable of contending for the national championship.