People say that I smell like copper. And according to recent legend, I have no soul.
NFL teams have struck gold by drafting running backs in the middle rounds. Could DeMarco Murray and Kendall Hunter be next? Jake Trotter of the The Oklahoman checks it out.
Baylor made a bowl game last year, and now, just one school has more players represented at the draft, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Coach Art Briles is in New York this week, too.
Once again, former quarterback Kale Pick made the play of the day at Kansas' spring practice. He's not doing much to end the comparisons to Kerry Meier.
Jayson Jenks of the Topeka Capital-Journal has a more on Pick, who looks like he's found a home.
Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman weighs in on the futures of Johnathan Gray and Malcolm Brown, and what Mack Brown's recent absence on the Big 12 teleconference means.
Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman breaks down what Oklahoma State and Iowa State playing on Friday night means.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal chronicled Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville's Tuesday night appearance on Sean Hannity's conservative talk show on Fox News. Tuberville did, in fact, say he'd like Barack Obama to produce his birth certificate, which he did on Wednesday morning.
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein is confident and hoping to prove his critics wrong, writes Cole Manbeck of the Manhattan Mercury.
Texas is making some additions to its athletic facilities, reports John Maher of the Austin American-Statesman.
Kate Hairopoulos chronicles Von Miller's journey from near transfer to top five pick in Thursday's NFL draft.
Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World has a few breakout hopefuls for the Jayhawks.