Derrick Rose's injury last night? More or less absurd than getting run over by the tarp in baseball?
Kansas State's quarterback competition could be decided in the summer, according to Justin Tuggle. Cole Manbeck of the Manhattan Mercury has the story.
An Oklahoma player was arrested for petty larceny at a mall in Norman on Saturday, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Texas A&M and Oklahoma State are two BCS bowl dark horses, says colleague Mark Schlabach.
An Iowa State assistant coach was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated over the weekend.
Former Texas Tech running back Baron Batch tells the story of his draft day.
Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman catches up with a few of the undrafted Longhorns.
Colleague Bruce Feldman says Oklahoma linebacker Corey Nelson is the No. 1 breakout player in all of college football this spring.
Watching grass grow may be boring, but what about watching it be installed? You can do just that with K-State's live webcam of its turf installation at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
New (old) Kansas receivers coach David Beaty is setting some big goals for his players this time around, writes Jesse Newell of the Lawrence Journal-World. The Jayhawks added a juco linebacker to the team, too.
Could Oklahoma be due for another special draft next year, just like the one it had last year?