It's cold and either rainy or snowy across most of the Midlands this afternoon.
What a perfect way to get out of your post-Christmas blahs than some Big 12 lunch links?
You'll thank me for it later, trust me.
A panel of 15 college-football players surveyed by the Sporting News unanimously picked Alabama to beat Texas in the Citi BCS National Championship Game.
The Dallas Morning News' Chuck Carlton expects a messy divorce in the Mike Leach/Texas Tech suspension saga.
Former Texas Tech players were vehement in their support for Leach, the Lubbock Avalanche Journal’s Adam Zuvanich reports.
The Tulsa World’s Bill Haisten writes that Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Bill Young, the architect of the Cowboys’ dramatic improvement this season, is in line for a salary bump after the season.
Urban Meyer’s on-again, off-again situation at Florida has impacted Bob Stoops and his Oklahoma program, the Tulsa World’s Dave Sittler writes.
Alabama starting cornerback Marquis Johnson and starting offensive lineman James Carpenter missed practice time Monday because of illness or injury, the Tuscaloosa News’ Chase Goodbread reports.
Blaine Gabbert’s development could help him become the best quarterback in the Big 12 next season, the Kansas City Star’s Mike DeArmond reports.
Cornerback Ter'ran Benton's comeback from a broken leg and an automobile accident back into Iowa State's starting lineup is detailed by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson.
The Lincoln Journal-Star’s Steve Sipple provides his “Cram Session” Coach of the Year honors to Nebraska secondary coach Marvin Sanders.
The Omaha World-Herald’s Tom Shatel reflects on the last decade in Nebraska sports.
Former Nebraska players Tyrone Hughes and Mickey Joseph and Kansas assistant Louie Matsakis are among the applicants for the vacant head-coaching position at Nicholls State, Ken Trahan of New Orleans.com reports.