You know when things ain't happenin' the way they supposed to happen, Triple T gonna condense the nonsense.
Kansas uses an army of senior citizens to make sure its athletes are going to class, writes Hannah Karp of the Wall Street Journal.
Last week's cold weather caused a burst pipe at Boone Pickens Stadium, damaging the wallpaper and carpet in, what else, Boone Pickens' suite. Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World has the report.
Texas signee WR Jaxon Shipley and Oklahoma State signee CB Josh Stewart are mentioned on SI.com as players who will have an early impact.
Also on SI, Missouri and Oklahoma State are among Andy Staples' top 10 recruiting classes of 2008, looking back with the clarity of hindsight.
Oklahoma got its second commitment for its 2012 class, a running back from high school power Jenks, reports Matt Baker of the Tulsa World.
Tom Shatel of the Omaha World-Herald has a series of thoughts, including some on why Bo Pelini hasn't opened up on his assistants' futures, as well as the Scott Frost decision to stay in Oregon.
Here's my spot on Unsportsmanlike Conduct with Kevin Kugler on the radio in Omaha Tuesday. We talked about the interest surrounding Nebraska, Texas A&M and the SEC, and joked about the media supposedly being "out to get" the Huskers. My spot begins around the 4:20 mark.
Is Shawn Watson headed to the NFL? It's a possibility, writes Dirk Chatelain and Tom Shatel of the Omaha World-Herald.