Even amongst all of the hype of the national championship game, news still is percolating across the Big 12.
We wouldn't think of short-changing the conference -- or its fans -- of a daily lunchtime fix.
The Sporting News’ Dave Curtis wonders if Bob Stoops really gave Nick Saban much usable insight on Texas.
Dick Weiss of the New York Daily News writes that the late scheduling of the Citi BCS Championship Game provides Texas with an intriguing upset opportunity.
Massive 320-pound offensive line Sione Tau tells the Boulder Camera’s Kyle Ringo that he’s been declared eligible for Colorado's spring semester.
Sam Bradford, Gerald McCoy and Dez Bryant all are among the projected top-15 picks in the upcoming NFL draft, Pete Fiutak of College Football News reports.
Considering that most had written them off by October, the Tulsa World’s John Klein opines that Oklahoma State played pretty well under the circumstances in 2009.
Strong performances by several key freshmen in the Brut Sun Bowl were a harbinger for Oklahoma’s future, the Oklahoman’s Jake Trotter reports.
Tommy Tuberville tells the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Don Williams that he’s had no contact with Texas Tech.
Sam McKewon of Nebraskastatepaper.com projects potential improvement for Nebraska’s defense in 2010.
SI.com’s Stewart Mandel writes about the different coaching approaches espoused by Mack Brown and Nick Saban.
Texas Tech players are ready to move past the Mike Leach era, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Dwain Price reports.
Jordan Shipley’s remarkable comeback after earlier injuries in his career is detailed by the San Bernardino Sun’s Fred J. Robledo.