Hey, Kris Kross, can we change up the music? This kind of sounds like the end of a movie where a monk killed himself.
RG3 was being generally awesome at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. on Thursday. Him challenging Obama to a game of hoops was like, the fourth best thing. He also promised not to dunk on him. Video in the link.
Former Texas quarterback Garrett Gilbert might be available to play immediately for SMU.
The game's best recruiters are dealing with being recruited, writes colleague Mitch Sherman. Good stuff from A&M signee Trey Williams and Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads in this link.
Rhoads' new contract is the best thing for Rhoads and for Iowa State, writes Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune.
How long will Mack Brown be at Texas? He told his new recruits he'll outlast them, and he'd like to be there longer, writes Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News.
Baylor receiver Kendall Wright is flying up draft boards.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune empties his notebook from a fantastic signing day for Mizzou.
Senate candidate Craig James says "some people, if they wouldn't defend their own son, I don't want their vote."
Odd story here: Two weeks after taking the job, Mike Smith is leaving West Virginia to go back to the New York Jets.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he has his defensive coordinator, but won't say who it is.
Suzanne Halliburton of the Austin American-Statesman offers up some analysis of recruiting across the Big 12.
Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star catches up with a Missouri grad now on the other side of the soon-defunct Border War.
After moving from the NFL to KU, Jayhawks defensive coordinator Dave Campo says he feels like he's changing careers, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Time for a few superlatives in Texas' recruiting class.
Texas A&M's class added the size and speed necessary in the SEC, writes David Harris of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.