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The Longhorn Network plans to air high school highlights on the network, even though the NCAA has made airing games illegal. The Aggies? Well, they are not happy.
Want more money and stability, Aggies? Man up and start your own network like Texas did, writes Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman. Lots of good points here, but I think a good portion of A&M fans believe the Longhorn Network will fail. I also believe that portion is incorrect.
Texas Tech president Guy Bailey is calling for written, enforceable contracts that secure the future of the Big 12, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
A Friday night scrimmage may create some separation for the Texas quarterbacks, writes Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman.
The Longhorn Network is hinting that it's close to getting deals with cable providers, however.
John Helsey of The Oklahoman looks into the creation of the league's top offensive line at Oklahoma State.
Former blue-chip running back prospect Chris Whaley is up to 280 pounds and now working at defensive tackle.
Oklahoma defensive end Ronnell Lewis is not practicing, and his eligibility may be in question.
Mighty Mouse is hoping for a big finish at Kansas.
Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman introduces you to the man on the spot for Oklahoma: linebacker Corey Nelson. Oklahoma safety Tony Jefferson compares him to Von Miller.
Kendial Lawrence is pulling away in the running back derby at Missouri.
Vinnie Duber of the Columbia Missourian gives a look at the intense eating habits of Missouri linebacker Tony Randolph.
Paul Myerberg at Pre-Snap Read previews Oklahoma State.
A possible move by Texas A&M doesn't affect TCU at all, writes Gil LeBreton of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The preseason optimism is natural, but don't get too excited about Kansas in 2011, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.