Had my first pepperoni roll on Tuesday. I'm impressed.
Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald catches up with former KU coach Turner Gill at his new home at Liberty. He admitted he was surprised he was fired after two seasons in Kansas, but it "doesn't make myself any less of a person or less of a coach."
Dana Holgorsen's new staff is coming together in his second year at WVU, writes Mike Casazza of the Charleston Daily Mail.
Bill Snyder warns his team: Last year is not this year. Success doesn't easily carry over, so the Wildcats better work, writes Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
Definitive word on Kansas receiver/Oklahoma transfer Justin McCay could be coming this week, writes Rustin Dodd of the Kansas City Star. He also updates on how life is different in Lawrence for the Jayhawks.
How about this photo from waaaaaayy back in the day of Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro and Heisman winner Robert Griffin III?
WVU offensive lineman Josh Jenkins is working back from an untimely knee injury, and he sounds psyched, writes Jack Bogaczyk of the Charleston Daily Mail.
Bill Snyder is up to his old tricks and keeping details about his team quiet, writes Grant Guggisberg of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Receiver David Glidden sounds like he's making an impression in Stillwater this spring, but this could be Isaiah Anderson's time to shine.
Here's a draft profile of Oklahoma State safety Markelle Martin from ESPN Dallas.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist is studying up on Charlie Weis pupil Tom Brady.
Here's an update on K-State injured speedster Tyler Lockett, and a look at what Glenn Gronkowski will be doing in Manhattan.
Oklahoma's spring game will look a little different this year, and will its best offensive lineman be moving positions again?
Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman wants to know how you feel about Landry Jones.
Injuries have forced lesser-known names to emerge at Iowa State this spring.
The Oklahoman's Jason Kersey takes you inside the new non-profit foundation a could Sooners have founded.
Beware: This will probably make you cry.