I planked my bed so hard for like eight hours last night.
Colorado coach Jon Embree told fans at a luncheon that he's excited about going from the "Little Apple to Los Angeles," reports Irv Moss of the Denver Post. Too easy if you ask me, K-State fans.
How will the new Big 12 affect Iowa State? Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register asks a few experts, including some hack blogger.
Former Missouri quarterback Tyler Gabbert has officially landed at Louisville. He'll be coached by Shawn Watson, who Gabbert originally committed to as the offensive coordinator at Nebraska. He now coaches quarterbacks for the Cardinals.
John Miller at ESPN Recruiting writes about the fertile recruiting ground that is DeSoto, Texas. Aggies know what I'm talkin' about. Something like 87 percent of their team last year was from DeSoto.
Texas' website caught up with former Heisman finalist Colt McCoy, who is back in Austin from Cleveland during the NFL lockout.
K-State coach Bill Snyder defends his team's poor defense to the Manhattan Mercury's Cole Manbeck. He also reiterated that Collin Klein is his No. 1 quarterback heading into fall camp.
Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads sat down for a pretty interesting podcast.
Nick Engel of the Columbia Missourian digs into the new voice of Missouri football's past in the CIA and the NFL after he left Mizzou.
Baylor has launched a rather intriguing Fourth of July promotion.
Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune has more on how Iowa State got its new scoreboard up on Tuesday.