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Kansas State, Iowa State, Baylor and Oklahoma State are among the Big 12's biggest oversigners when it comes to recruiting. SI.com has the full list of each team's five-year signing history. Auburn is No. 3 nationally though, Cyclones fans.
The coaching carousel has stopped, and Mike Leach is still watching from outside the gate. The Sporting News checks in with the former Texas Tech coach.
One of Missouri's top recruits, JUCO defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, doesn't look likely to enroll at Missouri early, writes Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Oklahoma native Bill Hancock, the executive director of the BCS, has risen above the anti-BCS rancor, writes Dave Sittler of the Tulsa World.
Colorado's only Heisman winner, Rashaan Salaam, plans to make his first return to an official CU event when he speaks at a luncheon the day after signing day, reports Tom Kensler of the Denver Post.
CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd took some time with Leach, too, who says even though that's the case, he's at peace with his new place for now.
It may be the offseason, but Nebraska coach Bo Pelini has plenty on his plate, writes Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star.
Iowa State added a second early enrollee from its 2011 class, receiver Aaron Horne. Horne was junior college teammates with Steele Jantz, the Cyclones' other early enrollee.
Former Oklahoma star Tommie Harris was almost undone by agents who kept hounding him.
Colorado's new strength coach, Malcolm Blacken, is shaking things up a bit, writes Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera.
Kansas' newest commitment is keeping his options open.
Nebraska's Niles Paul had a great opening day at the Senior Bowl, but a few other Huskers struggled, reports Rich Kaipust of the Omaha World-Herald.
Turner Gill said he wanted more speed. It looks like he's getting it with his latest commit, linebacker Tunde Bakare, a potential all-name teamer.
Charles Davis at the NFL Network gave an assessment of OU's DeMarco Murray, Jeremy Beal and Quinton Carter after Day 1 of the Senior Bowl to Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.