Gotta love college baseball. Kansas State is inexplicably enjoying one of the best athletic years in its history. Hiring Bill Snyder to coach the baseball team, too? Great move.
Texas is cashing big checks off the field, but it hasn't seemed to matter on the field, in football or otherwise. Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News writes about the Longhorns' underachievements and the frustrations they've caused. He also writes about the man who helped usher in a humbling era of Texas football.
Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman writes about Boone Pickens' long-lasting impact on OSU football, with a one-on-one video interview.
Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman has some leftover updates from Big 12 spring meetings in his Nine Things and One Crazy Prediction.
Receiver Javon Bell is off the team, and Kliff Kingsbury handed out another scholarship. He also talks Delvon Simmons' exit with Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. He also breaks down the current state of the quarterback position in Lubbock.
Oklahoma State picked up a commitment from Houston.
Dana Holgorsen's not a big fan of not being able to have contact with his players over the summer.
Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian has some advice for Geno Smith in New York.