Feliz Navidad and all the rest.
Here are some links to toast with your Christmas Eve lunch.
We all have so much to be thankful for.
But just save some oyster stew for me.
The Lincoln Journal-Star’s Steve Sipple writes of the friendship and mutual respect among the Stoops and Pelini families.
Mike Leach tells the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Dwain Prince that he wouldn’t be surprised to see an all-Texas national championship game in the future.
Watching Alabama's game films is like watching a horror movie for Mack Brown, the Dallas Morning-News’ Chuck Carlton reports.
Patrick Rupinski of the Tuscaloosa News reports that a suite seating 14 patrons for the Citi BCS National Championship Game can be obtained for a cool $88,953.
College Football News ranks Mack Brown second and Bob Stoops fourth among the top five coaches of the decade. The best coach, according to the survey, was Urban Meyer.
The Kansas City Star’s J. Brady McCollough analyzes the past decade for Kansas athletics.
Curt Popejoy of the Draft Board Insider wonders if Nebraska could face a similar bowl-game fate as Oregon State after both suffered emotional losses in their regular-season finales.
The Oklahoman’s John Helsley writes about how Houston Nutt still fondly remembers his time as a player and coach at Oklahoma State. And the Stillwater News-Press' Justin Hite reports that the Jan. 2 AT&T Cotton Bowl will provide a chance for Mike Gundy and Nutt to renew old acquaintances.
The Washington Post’s Steve Yanda employs the Mark Mangino case and some interesting quotes from Fred Akers to analyze the fine line that coaches walk between discipline and verbal abuse.
Texas’ end-of-season struggles could benefit the Longhorns' preparations for the Citi BCS National Championship Game, the Los Angeles Times’ Chris Dufresne reports.
The San Antonio Express-News’ Brent Zwerneman writes about how Jeff Fuller’s return from injury has boosted Texas A&M’s offensive productivity.