It's almost like it's basketball season or something. Slow day on the links front.
Texas AD DeLoss Dodds sat down for an interview with the Daily Texan and talked about the prospect of Nick Saban to Alabama. It ain't happening, and he's happy with Mack Brown.
Oklahoma lineman Lane Johnson is part of the new breed of NFL lineman, writes Jim Trotter of SI.com.
Kansas' combine duo is building some buzz in Indianapolis this week, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World. He also has five storylines for the Jayhawks' spring practices.
Geno Smith is making it clear he's not being cocky, but he believes he's worthy of a high draft choice, writes Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian.
Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World has a closer look at Oklahoma's new defensive line coach. The Sooners' old one found a new home in Tempe, though.
Athlon ranks the college football jobs, with a familiar name on top.
The Big 12 and two other leagues will use devices to track players' speeds and movements next season to further study player safety, reports Jon Solomon of AL.com.