Do you know what's illegal in Europe? Nothing. You're going to college.
Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf is trying to replace Brandon Weeden at OSU. It's not the first time he's replaced a legend. He did the same with the late Austin Box back in high school in Oklahoma, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman. Here's an update on the QB race in Stillwater, too.
Texas moved away from the spread and into a power-running scheme. The transformation is nearly complete, writes Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports.
West Virginia's Brodrick Jenkins has plenty of experience. Now he wants a starting job, writes Mickey Furfari of The (W.Va.) Register-Herald.
WR Josh Stewart is by far the most improved player for OSU from the end of 2011 to now, reports Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
West Virginia self-reported a minor violation, but trust me, it's stupid. It also won't affect WVU's current probation.
Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman looks at the issue of multiyear scholarships, which Texas voted against, along with the rest of the Big 12.
Here's lots more from Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman from Brandon Weeden's day at ESPN.
WVU punter Corey Smith had some great moments and some awful ones that ended up on a blooper reel in 2011. Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginia takes you on his journey.
Brian McLaughlin of Sporting News catches up with a big receiver headed to Baylor, Quan Jones.
If you missed it, Texas Tech dismissed reserve running back Ronnie Daniels from the team.
Lingering health issues have ended WVU fullback Matt Lindamood's career.