Rough night for the Bears. Rough to see it end ugly, but Brittney Griner leaves Baylor with an NCAA title run and a case as the greatest women's player in college history.
The comfort level in Lawrence for Charlie Weis is rising, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
The quarterbacks in Texas look pretty familiar, writes Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman after Texas' spring game. The new uptempo defense will help the offense, writes the Statesman's Cedric Golden. Bohls also has an interesting take on Big 12 expansion and why the new playoff could mean the end of conference championship games.
West Virginia's got some budget issues.
Paul Rhoads is helping the bottom line at Iowa State, writes Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.
Looks like Geno Smith is paying the Kansas City Chiefs a visit.
A new leader is emerging on West Virginia's defense, writes Geoff Coyle of WV Illustrated. The Mountaineers aren't used to low levels of preseason hype like they're seeing now.