Big 12 lunchtime links

I would write a better intro, but I can't stop checking Twitter to see if LeBron has signed.

  • Texas Tech sold out its season football ticket allotment for the first time in program history.

  • Texas Tech QB recruit Jarrett Stidham is outperforming the competition at the Elite 11 camp, according to USA Today's Paul Myerberg and Daniel Uthman.

  • University of Texas President Bill Powers resigned, and will leave his post in 2015.

  • The Longhorns picked up a commitment from a Louisiana offensive lineman.

  • Was Charlie Strong the right hire for Texas?

  • West Virginia's season ticket sales are as low as they’ve been in nine years, according to the Charleston Daily Mail's Mike Casazza.

  • West Virginia faces a tough road to redemption, according to the Daily Athenaeum's Connor Murray.

  • The Mountaineers could play Virginia Tech at FedEx Field in Washington, D.C., in 2017.

  • Former Jayhawk Brad Thorson announced that he's gay. The Topeka Capital-Journal's Jesse Newell has the details.

  • Baylor coach Art Briles say his program will do whatever it can to help troubled Cleveland Browns and former Baylor standout Josh Gordon.

  • TV plans are set for Oklahoma State's first four games.

  • The return of Devonte Fields could put TCU's D-line over the top, according to the Dallas Morning News' Ryan Gerbosi.

  • Is TCU's Jaden Oberkrom college football's best kicker?

  • The Ames Tribune's Bobby La Gesse gives his take on the Iowa State-Texas game appearing on the Longhorn Network.

  • The Waco Herald-Tribune's Brice Cherry says four games will make or break Baylor’s Big 12 title quest.