Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Can it get any better than two North Division power teams playing on a national television before what should be a typically raucous crowd at Faurot Field when Nebraska and Missouri meet?
Well, it can for me, such as making a stop at Arthur Bryant's legendary restaurant in a few minutes for me to munch on my way to the stadium.
Here are some links to get me ready for some delicious burnt ends.
I can't wait.
The Topeka Capital-Journal’s Kevin Haskin wonders whether Bill Snyder celebrated his 70th birthday earlier this week.
The Oklahoman’s John Rohde doesn’t expect to see Dez Bryant playing for Oklahoma State again this season.
Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman writes about the recent growing pains for Texas A&M's young offensive line.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Mike Jones wonders why the rabble-rousers have been provoked about Oklahoma’s offense.
Texas defensive tackle Lamarr Houston tells the Sporting News Daily that Colorado will be the first true test for the Longhorns’ run defense.
Colorado linebacker B.J. Beatty tells the Denver Post’s Tom Kensler he has extra impetus for the Buffaloes’ game against Texas this week.
Blocked kicks have given Baylor a big lift in recent weeks, the Waco Tribune-Herald’s Brice Cherry reports.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini has Cornhusker fans in an uproar about a joking tweet on his Twitter page that he might miss tonight’s game with the flu, the Kansas City Star reports.
Brian Murphy of the Idaho Statesman wonders what would have happened if Boise State coach Chris Peterson had followed his old mentor Dan Hawkins to Colorado.
Iowa State offensive coordinator Tom Herman tells Ames Tribune reporter Bobby LaGesse that he’s frustrated about his team’s streaky passing game.