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Missouri self-reported 17 secondary violations to the NCAA, reports WHB 810 in Kansas City.
Iowa State has suspended linebacker Matt Tau'fo'ou indefinitely after a drunken-driving arrest over the weekend.
Oklahoma State nearly reeled in an eventual Sooners star with a legendary chicken fried steak as part of his recruitment, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Mr. Mizzou, radio man John Kadlec, is retiring after 16 years of calling Missouri football games and a member of the program for 60-plus years.
Missouri defensive lineman Jimmy Burge is facing a misdemeanor drug charge after a traffic stop two weeks ago in Southwest Missouri.
Texas' one down year hasn't hurt them in recruiting, writes John Hoover of the Tulsa World. The Longhorns are back near the top of the recruiting rankings.
Colleague Ryan McGee named Mack Brown one of the nation's best recruiting head coaches.
Inclement weather could cause some complications for recruits on signing day, writes Robert Przybylo of The Oklahoman.
A Nebraska walk-on defensive tackle was ticketed on suspicion of driving under the influence, reports Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald.
Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has more from Mack Brown's meeting with the media on Monday. Brown blames the Longhorns' fall in 2010 on arrogance.
B.G. Brooks at CUBuffs.com has a look at the two Buffaloes who enrolled early at Colorado.
Oklahoma did what it sounded like it might do on Monday: It swiped a recruit from Notre Dame, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.