The key to a dramatic scene is pointing. When people are really emotional, they point their fingers a lot.
Athlon is ranking the Big 12's best running backs.
Garrett Gilbert is taking 27 hours of classes this semester so he can graduate from UT and play for SMU immediately, reports Kate Hairopaulos of the Dallas Morning News.
West Virginia may have the Big 12's two best receivers, but it's their position coach's job to make sure they know they can still get better, writes Dave Hickman of the Charleston Gazette.
Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist? He's living up to the hype in Lawrence, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Iowa State's spring has been a tale of two quarterbacks, writes Mark Rosner of the Austin American-Statesman.
Kansas added a linebacker to its 2013 class, the third commitment in the class.
Iowa State receiver Albert Gary pleaded guilty to a lesser charge stemming from a robbery incident, and will likely avoid jail time, writes Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register.
A quiet spring has been good news for West Virginia.
DeAngelo Hall says Barack Obama's the King of Washington D.C., but RG3 is about to be the prince.
Mike Graham of the Dallas Morning News breaks down Texas Tech's quarterback situation.
Not Big 12 related, but I really enjoyed this read: A first-hand account of how Jessica Dorrell at Arkansas harmed women in her profession everywhere.