It's about a short work week for many Big 12 teams as they get ready for early games across the conference.
Here are some stories to get you ready for a Thanksgiving week cornucopia of Big 12 football starting on Thursday night:
The Lincoln Journal-Star’s Steve Sipple explains why he thinks that Mack Brown in the Big 12’s coach of the year.
The Austin American-Statesman’s Kirk Bohls opines about Mike Leach’s rationale for a move to Louisville and why returning Dan McCarney to the Big 12 would be a wise move for Kansas, among other topics in his weekly nine things and one crazy prediction about college football.
Members of the 1999 Texas A&M team tell the Austin American-Statesman’s Randy Riggs some of their memories about the “Bonfire game” that season against Texas.
The Tulsa World’s Bill Haisten discusses Oklahoma State’s BCS at-large possibilities.
Bob Stoops tells John Hoover of the Tulsa World that backup quarterback Drew Allen's redshirt won’t be removed, despite the recent struggles of Landry Jones.
The Associated Press' Ralph Russo explains why Stoops might consider moving to Notre Dame and why Texas is the most likely of the "Big Three" to lose this weekend.
The Boulder Daily Camera’s Kyle Ringo compares Dan Hawkins' current coaching situation to that of Bill Callahan heading into the Colorado-Nebraska game two years ago.
The Lawrence Journal-World’s Tom Keegan writes of the curious timing of the Kansas athletic department’s probe into Mark Mangino's coaching style.
Bill Snyder provides some perspective to the Topeka Capital-Journal’s Austin Meek about his return to coaching at Kansas State.
The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Don Williams analyzes Texas Tech’s bowl possibilities.