Big doings are taking place in a Lubbock courtroom as I write this.
But other news is percolating across the Big 12 today -- like a big football game in San Diego tonight.
Here are some of the stories that people are following across the conference.
Mike Leach’s attorney, Ted Liggett, takes KCBD sports director Pete Dickey on a tour of the infamous “shed” where Adam James was confined.
Double-T Nation wonders about the direction of the Texas Tech athletic department in the wake of Leach's hearing on Wednesday.
College Football News’ Pete Fiutak breaks down the Arizona-Nebraska game in tonight’s Pacific Life Holiday Bowl.
Mike Gundy discusses Urban Meyer’s resignation, his team’s blowout Bedlam loss and the loss of Dez Bryant in a wide-ranging interview with the Tulsa World’s Bill Haisten.
Coaching in the new millennium requires a careful balance, the Oklahoman’s Berry Tramel reports.
Bo Pelini isn’t allowing any team strife as the Cornhuskers prepare for tonight’s Holiday Bowl against Arizona, the Lincoln Journal Star’s Brian Christopherson reports.
The Topeka Capital-Journal’s Kevin Haskin wonders whether Mike Leach hasn’t traditionally been too flippant about player injuries in his dealings with the media.
Coaching is a strong family tradition for both Jim Harbaugh and Bob Stoops, the Tulsa World’s John E. Hoover reports.
Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman has endured back-to-back losing seasons -- the first for the Aggies since 1972 and 1973, the San Antonio Express-News’ Brent Zwerneman reports.
The Tulsa World’s Dave Sittler wonders whether the Big 12 can hit the reset button on December.
The Lincoln Journal Star's Steve Sipple writes that a victory in tonight's Holiday Bowl would provide an ample boost in Nebraska's national perception as a program on the rise.