Well ... I did it again!
-- Marshall Eriksen
Was the private portion of Oklahoma's board of regents meeting on Monday legal? Bryan Dean of The Oklahoman raises a few questions.
Trust and partnership in the Big 12 have crumbled, and it's now a prison yard where anyone might stab you in the back, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
The New York Times offers up a fascinating survey of American television markets and the size of fan bases in every major conference, including which programs have the most fans.
So, really, who started this whole thing?
Kansas' board of regents is jumping on the trend train and having its own meeting on Thursday. Oklahoma State is up on Wednesday.
Oklahoma leaving for the Pac-12 could seriously limit Texas' conference options, writes John Maher and Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman. Here are the pros and cons of the options it has now.
Ryan Broyles was very sick during Saturday's win over Florida State, and Oklahoma will get a starting offensive lineman back this week.
Oklahoma didn't see a quarterback in Missouri's James Franklin, but the Tigers did. Now, Franklin is heading to Norman to take on his father's alma mater, writes Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Oklahoma State's players are doing OK after finishing their game at 3:35 a.m. on Sunday morning. The decision to play that game, though? It wasn't Mike Gundy's.
Lost in the realignment news yesterday? Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops got a raise and contract extension through 2018.
Sporting News looks back on last week in the Big 12 and ranks the league's teams.
Kansas State will be without its veteran left tackle on Saturday at Miami.
So, how were the ratings for that Oklahoma State game at 3 a.m.?
Some Texas A&M fans are trolling Waco with a (hilarious) billboard.
Joshua Kinder of the Manhattan Mercury says the blame for the Big 12's demise goes to commissioner Dan Beebe.
The real losers in realignment are the fans, writes Harry Plumer of the Columbia Missourian. He also reports that senior DE Jacquies Smith is back on the field for Missouri after dislocating his elbow in the opener.
Paul Rhoads isn't talking to his players about realignment until something is finalized. That and more coaches' takes from Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register.