Wish No. 3: They remake "Point Break." I play both roles. Keanu and Swayze.
Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon says life has changed 180 degrees from last year to this year, writes Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
Seems like things are going good, though. Tomorrow is "Justin Blackmon Day" in his hometown of Ardmore, Okla.
Can Texas A&M go from good to great? It depends on their attitude, writes Andy Staples of SI.com.
Kansas State has some added options and depth, thanks to newcomers at linebacker, writes Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star.
The decision on the Fiesta Bowl's future has been delayed.
How good can Missouri's pass defense be? Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune tries to see if clear skies are in the Tigers' future.
Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star says durability concerns about Daniel Thomas make no sense.
What's the truth about spread quarterbacks' translations to the NFL game? ESPN Stats & Information's Sharon Katz takes a look.
Former Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert talks to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about his decision to attend the draft.
Left tackle Jeff Spikes is turning heads at Kansas this spring, writes Jayson Jenks of the Topeka Capital-Journal.