Lutz, are you still pretending Karen exists?
She's real! Would a fake woman have a personal website at jdlutz.com/karen/proof?
Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World has three players to watch in Oklahoma State's spring practice this year.
He also reports that backup Johnny Deaton had a sensational offseason and is poised to grab the backup role and contend for starter in 2012.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel sits down with Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune for a lengthy Q&A about the state of his program and its growth over the past decade.
John Hoover of the Tulsa World writes about a trip to see Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones preach on Sunday.
Texas Tech's Jacob Karam impressed in the Red Raiders' Saturday scrimmage, and wants to outplay Seth Doege for the starting spot.
Role reversal anyone? Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden is teaching last year's offense to the Cowboys' new offensive coordinator.
The Sporting News offers up some running backs in the 2012 class to keep an eye on. Big 12 fans will recognize a few names.
Oklahoma quarterback signee Archie Bradley has a big decision to make, and he talked to The Oklahoman's Jake Trotter about it.
Kansas State has its first commitment of its 2012 class: a quarterback from Lincoln, Neb., of all places.