We're still a week away from the Big 12's first bowl game.
But there's still plenty of news from across the conference to keep you occupied during your lunch hour.
Here are some lunch links for today.
Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe tells the Omaha World-Herald’s Lee Barfknecht not to automatically assume that Cowboys Stadium will be the permanent home of the Big 12 championship game.
The Oklahoman’s Berry Tramel thinks the Sun Bowl is a no-win scenario for Bob Stoops.
USA Today’s Steve Wieberg writes how one extra second in the Big 12 championship game inexorably altered the 2009 season.
Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy tells the Mobile Press-Register’s Gentry Estes that he was more of a fan of Texas Tech than Texas while growing up in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Scott Ferrell of the Shreveport Times writes about the contrasting styles of Texas A&M and Georgia that will be matched at the Advocare V100 Independence Bowl -- the Big 12's first bowl game on Dec. 28.
Adrian Peterson, Michael Crabtree, Tommie Harris, Ndamukong Suh, Roy Williams, Terrence Newman and Daniel Sepulveda were among Big 12 players on the College Football News’ first-team All-Decade squad.
Derrick Washington predicts to the Columbia Journal’s Dave Matter that Blaine Gabbert will be the Big 12’s best quarterback in 2010.
Bill Snyder tells the Manhattan’s Mercury’s Joshua Kinder his thoughts about his first season back in coaching.
Great story from the Kansas City Star’s Bill Reiter about Turner Gill’s coaching trek to Kansas.
The Tulsa World’s John Klein wonders if Oklahoma State would move to the Big 12 North Division if Missouri ever left the Big 12.