Bowl preparations and talks about conferences raiding other conferences for new members.
Almost puts you out of the Christmas spirit, doesn't it?
Maybe these piping hot links will bring back some holiday memories from your childhood.
Or at least give you something to read with your lunch this afternoon.
The Lincoln Journal-Star’s Steve Sipple expects for Bo Pelini to have a hand in offensive changes that will result in a more “downhill” running attack for the Cornhuskers.
Oklahoma has targeted massive 6-foot-6, 247-pound quarterback Cameron Newton of Blinn College among its top recruits, John Hoover of the Tulsa World reports.
Charles Barkley tells the Birmingham News’ Kevin Scarbinsky he still thinks Auburn should have hired Turner Gill when it had the chance.
The Kansas City Star’s Blair Kerkhoff writes about Turner Gill emphasizing hiring assistants with winning backgrounds.
Walk-on Gerry Acevedo has become a special-teams terror for Texas Tech, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal's Don Williams writes.
The Bryan Eagle's Robert Cessna explains why Texas A&M's game next Oct. 23 against Kansas has gotten much more interesting.
The Omaha World Herald’s Tom Shatel writes that hiring Turner Gill will provide an image makeover for the Kansas program that will make football more palatable for discriminating Jayhawk fans.
The Sporting News' All-America team is highlighted by three Texas players, including Colt McCoy, Jordan Shipley and Sergio Kindle. Other Big 12 first-team selections include Russell Okung, Von Miller, Gerald McCoy, Ndamukong Suh and Perrish Cox.
The College Football News’ Matthew Zemek ranks Bob Stoops as his second-best coach of the decade -- behind only Pete Carroll.
The Tulsa World’s Bill Haisten reports that Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson’s sprained right ankle has not responded well to treatment and remains an area of concern before the Cowboys’ Jan. 2 Cotton Bowl game against Mississippi.
Mister Jones’ decommitment from Colorado and other recent recruiting losses for Colorado are analyzed by the Boulder Daily Camera’s Ryan Thorburn.