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Per Casey Martinez's request, Nebraska and Martinez's licensing company, Corn Fed, have ended their association with one another. The association was not against NCAA rules.
Now is the time for Texas A&M to jump to the SEC, writes Clay Travis of AOL FanHouse.
I still maintain that none of the advantages Travis cites will matter if the Aggies can't win in the SEC, and there's little evidence to suggest they'll do so.
Iowa State's website has a profile of one of the team's early-enrolling freshmen, linebacker Jevohn Miller, who could be in for a position change.
Texas cornerback Aaron Williams' stock has dropped since last year, but he could still go late in the first round, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper.
Four Big 12 players are among Dennis Dodd's Heisman favorites for 2011 at CBSSports.com.
Oklahoma running back Brandon Wegher, a transfer from Iowa, will sit out the 2011 season, reports Mike Baldwin of The Oklahoman.
Here's more on the sudden decommitment of a Texas Tech recruit in favor of Oklahoma State.
Is Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara going to be a Dallas Cowboy? Mel Kiper's comments to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says it could be a reality soon.
Expect significant coverage of high school sports on the new Texas network, reports Jerry Briggs of the San Antonio Express-News.
Former Kansas safety Darrell Stuckey returned to Lawrence to speak to a group of elementary students.
Turner Gill is bringing in even more speed, with a new receiver commitment, Marquis Jackson. Kansas looks set to lose a cornerback commitment, though, reports Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Missouri is preparing for life after Blaine Gabbert, writes Nate Latsch of Fox Sports Midwest.
Oklahoma's two offensive coordinators, Jay Norvell and Josh Heupel, will officially receive raises.