I heard a rumor that A&M is scheduled to play an SEC West team in Dallas next season and for the next seven seasons. Contract signed. Big 12 notified ... in 2008! (Dramatic music)
Colleague Pat Forde has a look at quarterback battles, including the one at Texas. The key component: open communication.
Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle has a notebook from Day 1 of fall camp in College Station, including a report that Texas A&M and other Big 12 administrators are "tired of Texas."
I went on for a lengthy podcast with the guys at The Solid Verbal, where we went over my thoughts on about every team in the Big 12, and plenty more.
Oklahoma offensive tackle Jarvis Jones is expected to return before the Red River Rivalry.
Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill knows its an "extreme luxury" to have the kind of talent around him that he does, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Andrew Wagaman of the Columbia Missourian looks into the decision of Missouri's quarterback mentor.
Colleague Brian Bennett has a report from the NCAA's presidential retreat. It's more interesting than it sounds.
Texas offensive lineman David Snow has figured out this fall that it's a lot easier to practice when you don't have mono.
Life is a little easier for Texas Tech's out of state linemen, thanks to their living arrangements, writes Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Oklahoma State has 48 uniform combinations, but who decides who wears what combo and when? Well, that's a complicated question, writes John Rohde of The Oklahoman.
Baylor has put three walk-ons on scholarship, including Bryan Swindoll, whose photo I can guarantee will be the best thing you see today.
Texas safety Christian Scott's arrest stemmed from a physical altercation with a female repossessor, reports Mark Rosner of the Austin American-Statesman.
Texas' offensive line is trying to silence the critics, writes Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Stateman.
The goal for Kansas is simple, at least in the short term: more speed, writes J. Brady McCollough of the Kansas City Star.
Oklahoma two-time national champion quarterback Jimmy Harris has died. He was 76.
What will Missouri do behind James Franklin at quarterback? They're trying to figure it out, writes Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Another position change is in order for Kansas' running back turned defensive end turned outside linebacker, Toben Opurum.