Welp, only a week short of seven months until the next actual football game. Somebody flip the hourglass. Let's do this.
The Big 12 would consider helping West Virginia pay its exit fees out of the Big East, writes Hoppy Kercheval of the West Virginia Metro News.
If you missed it over the weekend, the Mountaineers dropped Florida State from their 2012 schedule.
Could the Seminoles replace WVU with an opponent from last year: Oklahoma? Coley Harvey of the Orlando Sentinel says the Sooners are under consideration, as well as Texas A&M. FSU might also sue West Virginia.
Kansas' coaches think Justin McCay's case is worthy of immediate eligibility.
The game of college recruiting has changed quickly in one generation, writes Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Are Oklahoma and Oklahoma State recruiting enough players from the state of Oklahoma? Berry Tramel asks around.
OSU is expanding its borders, but its program it built from surrounding states, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
What's it look like when a player commits? Texas' first 2013 commit, Jake Raulerson, posted a video of his call to Mack Brown.
Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World says Oklahoma State fans shouldn't concern themselves too much with national recruiting rankings.