Fried bacon cinnamon rolls, y'all.
Mike Gundy says the SEC will be doing what the Big 12 is doing offensively in five years.
Casey Pachall's high school teammate, Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro, said he talked to Pachall about getting in trouble, but also said Pachall is "taking some time off."
A time out is just what Pachall needs. Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram offers his take on what should befall Pachall.
There were 35 fires and five arrests during the celebration back in Morgantown on Saturday night, reports Carlee Lammers of the Daily Athenaeum.
Oklahoma State running back Joseph Randle says Kansas offered him a scholarship all the way back in the fourth grade.
Dave Hickman of the Charleston Gazette tracks the long-standing relationship between Dana Holgorsen and Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege. Doege's still trying to bounce back from a rough week against Oklahoma.
Iowa State has opened up its offense after some more conservative approaches, writes Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register.
Steve Greenberg of Sporting News still has Kansas State atop his Big 12 Power Rankings. Here's how I slotted the league, for comparison.
Big 12 bragging rights? Oklahoma and Texas just can't afford another Big 12 loss, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
West Virginia's already learning how to be a Big 12 defense. They're getting better, though the numbers make it hard to tell, writes Jenn Menendez of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Baylor used the bye week to get healthy for TCU. Will Parchman of the Waco Tribune-Herald runs down who'll be back healthy for the Bears, who are still preparing for both TCU quarterbacks with Casey Pachall's status in flux.
Jared Barnett is back in the saddle at Iowa State. Can he get it done against Kansas State after coming close last yer?
Bench Seth Doege? Nick Kosmider of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal says it's absolutely not time for Michael Brewer to play.
Oklahoma's offensive line took another hit. Its best reserve lineman is out for the season.
Kansas needs to have some tricks up its sleeves and get creative, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.