Onward to the Fiesta.
Bill Bender of Sporting News says the Big Ten needs an upgrade: Invite Texas and Oklahoma. Uh, good luck with that for about 50 different reasons.
Oklahoma State is going to have a very complicated, busy offseason, writes Gina Mizell of the Oklahoman. When it comes to starting QBs, though, it's Clint Chelf's job to lose, writes The Oklahoman's Jenni Carlson.
Ken Corbitt of the Topeka Capital-Journal tells you about the up-and-comers on Kansas State's deep offensive line.
A former Oklahoma State player had a special place for the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Tuesday, writes Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World.
Raider Red at Texas Tech is the national mascot of the year.
Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star looks at the two uncharacteristic losses that relegated Oregon and K-State to the Fiesta Bowl.
Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Bill Young sounds like he's ready to come back for more, and won't be retiring.
A side effect of West Virginia's Big 12 membership? The local airport did quite well this fall.
J.B. Smith of the Waco Tribune-Herald writes about the city's efforts to combat a traffic crunch with the construction of a new stadium.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal looks back on a season of predictions for Texas Tech. He also writes about interim coach Chris Thomsen making the most of his one opportunity.
Collin Klein's place in K-State lore has been established, writes Bob Lutz of the Wichita Eagle.