I'm on the way to Omaha today for some more ESPN baseball duty, so the blog might be a little light early next week, but keep an eye on the ESPN College Sports page to keep track of me.
Kansas athletic director Lew Perkins says each team in the Big 12 signed a 10-year agreement to remain in the league, reports Brett McMurphy of AOL Fanhouse. That would contradict what Texas said earlier this week, but the Big 12 isn't commenting.
Have to laugh at this one: Kansas' fight song might need some tweaking after Nebraska leaves the league, writes Chad Lawhorn of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Cue the played-out jokes, folks: Bill Snyder likes the new Big 12, but not the tougher, round-robin schedule, reports Kellis Robinett in the Kansas City Star.
The Denver Broncos have signed former Baylor center J.D. Walton.
The Carolina Panthers signed Texas A&M safety Jordan Pugh.