Really good set of stuff today, if I do say so myself. And I just did, so...yeah.
Kevin Haskin of the Topeka Capital-Journal has a heartfelt, personal column about the death of former Kansas State quarterback Dylan Meier.
Meier's former teammates reflect on his death with the Kansas City Star's Kellis Robinett.
Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe isn't expecting to hear more about expansion plans from Big Ten officials at this week's BCS meetings in Scottsdale, Ariz. Beebe also says the timetable has not accelerated, contrary to recent reports.
With expansion talks swirling, Texas A&M AD Bill Byrne assures the Aggies aren't going anywhere, reports David Harris of the Dallas Morning News.
Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel clears up some of the FAQs about conference expansion. His guess: Nebraska and Missouri bolt to the Big Ten, along with a NY-area team.
Bill Simmons weighs in on Ndamukong Suh and Sam Bradford to kick off his first ever NFL Mock Draft.
Father of Texas Tech receiver Adam James and ESPN analyst Craig James discussed the recent Mike Leach controversy at a church in Dallas, tearing up and maintaining that he and his family have done nothing wrong, reports Mark Dent of the Dallas Morning News.
Former Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will be this week's Sports Illustrated cover boy.
Not a great news day for the Longhorns.
Texas RB Vondrell McGee was arrested for a misdemeanor DWI charge over the weekend, reports Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman. Coach Mack Brown says he'll be suspended for "at least" the season opener at Rice, and will work with the scout team until then.
Two Longhorns, DE Russell Carter and S Ben Wells, have elected to transfer in hopes of finding more playing time.