Today's fun fact: West Virginia has the same number of BCS trophies (3) as both Texas and Oklahoma.
John Helsley of The Oklahoman reminds Oklahoma State of a somewhat troubling statistic. Twelve signees from the 2010 recruiting class have left the program. He also takes you deeper inside OSU linebacker Alex Elkins' crazy story.
Kansas needs Charlie Weis. He doesn't need it. What's in it for Charlie? Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star explains.
Landry Jones' decision to return to Oklahoma was about more than just winning a title, writes Stephanie Kuzydym of The Oklahoman.
Paul Myerberg of Pre-Snap Read has his extensive preview of TCU up.
Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman takes a look at the slogans surrounding Texas, no matter how Silly. He also reminds Texas A&M that Austin is not SEC country, and picks his Longhorn who will blow up in 2012.
TCU is still trying to piece together its secondary after a disappointing 2011, writes Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Nick Kosmider of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal logs Texas Tech's search for a better pass rush in 2012.
Can't help but think of Raz al Ghul with this story. Kansas State's Braden Wilson? He must become more than a fullback, writes Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
West Virginia's had some great receivers, but none more electric than Tavon Austin, writes Mitch Vingle of the Charleston Gazette.
Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman tells you about the picture that changed the Fiesta Bowl from the men featured in it.
If you missed it, here's our series previewing fall camp for every team in the Big 12.
Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World introduces you to Kansas' animal at tight end, who has grown up a lot over his career.
Dominique Whaley is back from a broken ankle, and he's not planning on going anywhere, writes Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman. Kersey also looks at the Sooners' offensive line, which is suddenly short on experience.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal profiles up-and-coming Tech receiver Javon Bell.