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One day, in two years or in 20 years, Texas A&M will wake up and channel its inner Gob Bluth: I've made a huge mistake. The result? Harm for everyone in college football.
Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle says there are exciting times ahead for the Aggies, though.
Urban Meyer and Chris Spielman have weighed in on Oklahoma's chances in 2011, and what they think the Big 12's future holds.
Dorial Green-Beckham is one of the nation's top recruits, being hounded by three Big 12 programs. The Missouri native also has one of the best stories in the 2012 class. Colleague Mitch Sherman gives you a look inside.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin's strict upbringing and sore "tush" have shaped who he is today, writes Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune. He also profiles the Tigers' defense, led by "a collection of mild-mannered, devout Christians who would like nothing more than to rip off your head."
Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson is brushing aside the hype surrounding his arrival to scale the depth chart, writes Andrew Astleford of FoxSportsMidwest.com.
Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman tracked down the local Aggies chapter in OKC, and found it to be downright sensible. He also clears up an issue for a few of you misguided folks: SMU to the Big 12 is complete nonsense.
Mark Rosner of The Austin American-Statesman gives a look into defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat's basketball background that's helping him on the football field.
Kansas coach David Beaty takes a unique approach on the recruiting trail to get players to KU, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.
College football's new taunting rule sends a mixed message, writes Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com.
Iowa State safety Earl Brooks is out for the season with a torn ACL.
The controversy over the Cy-Hawk trophy is over, and a crisis has been averted.
Ian Seau is working to get out of the shadow of his famous uncle, writes Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
Oklahoma State is taking it easy on the live contact in camp this fall, writes Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman.