Dude, you should label those sticks.
Plenty of folks were laughing at Dan Beebe over the summer. Now, after the Big 12's new deal with Fox Sports, he's the one getting the last laugh, writes Andy Staples of SI.com.
The new TV deal will help, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman, but he's still not quite sold on the Big 12's long-term stability.
Colleague Ivan Maisel says monetizing third-tier rights means the Big 12 will be more unbalanced than ever.
The oldest living former Texas player got to meet Mack Brown for the first time this week, writes Kevin Robbins of the Austin American-Statesman.
Linebacker Arthur Brown looks ready to shine for Kansas State after a year of dominating the scout team, writes Cole Manbeck at the Manhattan Mercury. Personal note: This sounds a lot like what we heard about Aldon Smith during his redshirt year at Missouri.
Art Briles did a bit of politicking for Baylor to the bowls, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
Iowa State is pleased with the new Big 12 television deal.
Texas A&M is working with a new first-team center, reports Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
Poor academic performance during the fall could be punishable the next season, reports Dave Curtis of The Sporting News.
Former Iowa State quarterback Austen Arnaud and a rival player from Iowa are signing autographs together to help fund a cancer patient's treatment, reports Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.
Kansas State officials offered an endorsement of the Big 12's new television deal.
A former Kansas player is using his time off during the lockout to teach crocheting to elementary students, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal World.
Oklahoma State's backup quarterbacks are entering an important period, writes Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville stopped by a leadership class to speak to students this week.