You know, they don't tell you this until after you've paid for medical school, but being a doctor is exactly like the game "Operation."
Very cool from Texas Tech: The Red Raiders are packing up and heading to the metroplex to aid tornado victims.
Oklahoma's Landry Jones is shedding weight for his wedding, and it's paying off on the field, too, writes Stewart Mandel of SI.com.
Mickey Furfari of the West Virginia Register-Herald offers an update on Geno Smith's growth as a quarterback.
Sporting News breaks down the nation's top quarterbacks in the 2013 class. Baylor and Kansas already have commits from two of them. Texas has the third from the Big 12.
Former Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden is at The Masters this week, but he'll be watching the NFL draft from home.
TCU's only experienced linebacker needs some help, and coach Gary Patterson isn't very pleased with the team's all-conference lineman.
Oklahoma State just took a big financial loss, but the plans for the athletic village remain intact, especially the indoor facility, which will open next winter. Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World explains.
Its new offensive opponents will play much faster, and West Virginia knows it needs more defensive depth to handle the Big 12 transition.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal catches up with the newest Red Raider, Dallas cornerback Will Barrow, who might be the favorite for the MVP of my recruiting All-Name team next winter.
West Virginia's defense is ahead of where it was this time last year, writes Josh Sickles of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Returning punts is no easy task. Here's a look at the reasons why.
Kansas defensive coordinator Dave Campo says he's treating this spring like a tryout for his defense.