Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Where do I start?
With a reprise of "The Warriors" playing out on the mean streets of Lawrence, Kan., a 47-year sellout streak at Nebraska and a looming aerial circus for the ages this week, we've got a lot to digest in the Big 12.
The Omaha World-Herald’s Tom Shatel analyzes Nebraska’s soon-to-be 300-game home sellout streak.
The Oklahoman’s John Rohde writes about how the flu could affect the national championship race.
Hometown rivals Case Keenum of Houston and Taylor Potts of Texas A&M will square off Saturday night in Houston, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Adam Zuvanich reports.
Mark Mangino tells the Lawrence Journal-World’s Dugan Arnett that no suspensions are forthcoming after the recent fracas between the Kansas basketball and football teams. And the Kansas City Star’s Brady McCollough writes the turf war between the two teams has been a simmering feud for several years.
Mack Brown wants two backs to emerge as Texas’ primary rushing threats, Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Oklahoma players are already famililar with Miami as they prepare for next week’s game against the Hurricanes, the Oklahoman’s Jake Trotter reports.
The Waco Tribune-Herald’s Brice Cherry wonders if Baylor has become too reliant on short passes.
The Kansas City Star’s Mike DeArmond goes video to discuss Missouri’s upcoming trip to Nevada in his “Reno Keno Vlog.”
Kansas State quarterback Carson Coffman is finally becoming secure in his role as the Wildcats’ starter, Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star reports.
The San Antonio Express-News’ Brent Zwerneman writes that Texas A&M’s recent move to Collegiate Licensing Company is a sign the school is intent on joining the big boys in sports marketing.