It's a little quieter than normal with today's holiday to honor the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King.
But there's still some news percolating around the Big 12.
Here are some of the stories people are talking about.
Missouri could make up to $10 million a year in additional revenue by moving to the Big Ten Conference, Christopher Tritto of the St. Louis Business Journal reports.
6-foot-5 kicker Justin Castor has accepted a scholarship offer from Colorado, the Boulder Camera’s Kyle Ringo reports.
Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy are listed as the top two players in the College Football News’ Pete Fiutak’s list of the top 100 incoming draft prospects. And Suh tells the Connecticut Post’s Chris Elsberry that playing soccer helped developed some of his unusual athleticism for a defensive tackle.
The Oklahoman’s Brandon Chatmon writes that Oklahoma State's bevy of returning wide receivers could be ideal to operate new offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen’s passing attack. And the Oklahoman’s Berry Tramel writes that Holgorsen might be Mike Leach’s ultimate disciple.
In his weekly nine things and one crazy prediction, the Austin American-Statesman’s Kirk Bohls writes that Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford might be too fragile to withstand the NFL.
Cedar Rapids Gazette columnist Mike Hlas shares Paul Rhoads’ latest You Tube video from the Insight Bowl.
The Tulsa World’s John Hoover writes about Oklahoma tapping into recruiting talent from San Diego, Calif.
Nebraska has offered Boise State a two-for-one scheduling deal, the Lincoln Journal-Star’s Steve Sipple reports.
Texas Tech’s Neal Brown and Kansas’ Chuck Long are ranked among Richard Cirminiello of College Football News’ 10 most important new coordinators for 2010.
The Waco Tribune-Herald’s John Werner reports that Blinn College transfer defensive end Anthony Gonzales is coming to Baylor to reunite with his old high-school teammate Robert Griffin.
Independence Bowl executive director Missy Setters tells the Shreveport Times' Scott Ferrell about the circumstances that led to the Shreveport bowl dropping its Big 12 affiliation.
T-shirt vendors supporting Mike Leach are walking a narrow line as they try to develop pleasing designs without infringing on Texas Tech’s copyright, Adam D. Young of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reports.