With Ken Starr taking center stage in this A&M drama, it's a small miracle that we have yet to hear Monica Lewinsky's name. (Until now, I guess.)
Colorado's president? Count him among those not very excited about a move for four Big 12 teams to the Pac-12. "Texas likes things Texas's way," he said.
The Big 12 is the best place for all the remaining Big 12 teams, if only they realized it, writes Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star.
Bryan Curtis at Grantland.com has a look back at the story behind the S-E-C! chant that you're sure to hear from A&M at some point this year.
Andy Staples at SI.com gets you caught up on the realignment front.
The Wall Street Journal has a pretty awesome Grid of Shame in college football.
Baylor QB Robert Griffin III topped ESPN's Cross-Sport Power Rankings this week.
And Griffin is doing his part to keep Baylor in a BCS conference, writes Matt Mosley of FoxSportsSouthwest.com.
Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle gives an update on where Kansas State stands in the realignment shuffle.
Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman has more on the issues surrounding a possible cancellation of the OU-Texas series.
A move to the Pac-12 by the end of the week could serve Oklahoma well, writes Travis Haney of The Oklahoman.
Kansas regents prefer Kansas and Kansas State stay in the same conference.
A freshman walk-on at Kansas was arrested over the weekend.
Harry Plumer of the Columbia Missourian answers your realignment questions if you haven't been paying attention of late.
A little gospel music has helped some of Missouri's players bond, writes Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star.
Fozzy Whittaker isn't the sexiest Texas running back, but he's the starter for the Longhorns, writes Alan Trubow of HookEm.com.
Interesting stuff here: The man suing Oklahoma State Mike Gundy for this incident? According to Samantha Vicent of the Daily O'Collegian, he has a pretty lengthy history of litigation.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder feels like he put his offense in bad situations on Saturday.
Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman breaks down Quinn Sharp's do-everything status in the OSU kicking game.
Oklahoma running back Jonathan Miller plans to transfer. Look for him to have success elsewhere. Good back, but Oklahoma's backfield is stocked. Somebody had to leave.
Bill Snyder says John Hubert is his No. 1 running back.
Texas Tech linebacker Blake Dees is lined up for a long-term impact in Lubbock, writes Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.