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.