On the road again. (Sort of.)
Collin Klein's career is done, but does Bill Snyder have more magic awaiting K-State fans? Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star wants to find out.
Sure, Texas A&M had big success, but Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman has three reasons why Texas A&M should have stayed in the Big 12.
Sub-par bowl games are becoming an unattractive staple of K-State's program, writes Bob Lutz of the Wichita Eagle.
Want a last-minute ticket to tonight's Cotton Bowl? It's going to cost you, writes Jarret Johnson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. It's about to get personal for the Aggies and Sooners, writes the Star-Telegram's Jimmy Burch.
Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star has more on that weird one-point safety from last night.
David Barron of the Houston Chronicle tells you about exciting changes coming for Texas Tech's program.
After Louisville's big win, Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman laments what could have been for the Big 12. He also has more on Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf and says the Sooners can pull the plug on the SEC's superiority complex with a win tonight.
Stedman Bailey sounds like he's ready to take on the challenge of professional football.
Louisville's big win is a good sign for KU, though, writes Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star. After falling from BCS grace, the road back to the top isn't impossible.
Texas Tech's Seth Doege and Cody Davis are playing in the East-West Shrine game to show off their skills for scouts.
Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman breaks down where Oklahoma State's top prospects are likely to be picked in the upcoming draft.
Charlie Weis just got a commitment from a linebacker from nearby Honolulu. Very odd.