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Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman has a new marketing campaign for the Big 12 that won't cost the league $1 million and works whether the Aggies stay or go.
Pete Thamel of the New York Times says the notion that Texas A&M would earn more money in the SEC isn't true. The Big 12 has also formed an expansion committee. An SEC official doesn't expect any movement for a week while Texas A&M "unencumbers" itself from the Big 12.
Oklahoma State is on pace for record season-ticket sales.
The Longhorn Network has signed a distribution deal with Verizon FiOS.
SMU's president and AD have contacted the Big 12 and are pushing to join the league, reports Kate Hairopoulos of the Dallas Morning News.
Steve Greenberg at Sporting News has Missouri on upset alert in Week 1 against Miami (Ohio). (He's got TCU on there, too, Bears.)
Former Baylor receiver Josh Gordon has officially landed at Utah.
Justin Blackmon is Oklahoma State's media darling, but he's hunkering down and not flirting with a prima donna image, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
What are the Pac-12's options for Big 12 expansion? Interesting thoughts here from Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News.
Paul Myerberg at Pre-Snap Read previews the Texas A&M Aggies.
Brandon Weeden is rightfully tired of people asking him about his age, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Did Iowa and Iowa State leave us all hoodwinked in the wake of the Cy-Hawk trophy controversy? I'm thinking ... maybe.
Receiver Marcus Lucas is one to watch at Missouri, writes Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star.
Baylor will be getting behind the scenes treatment from CBS College Sports.
Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard weighs in on the uncertainty surrounding Texas A&M.
Carter Strickland at HornsNation.com wonders: What if Texas and Texas A&M never play again?
Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register checks in with the new Iowa State quarterback: Steele Jantz.
The Alamo Bowl, surprised by A&M's sudden seriousness about leaving the Big 12, is watching the developments closely, writes Jerry Briggs of the San Antonio Express-News.