Lunch links: Former Baylor coach makes light of paper caper

Former Baylor and current Texas A&M-Commerce coach Guy Morriss caused a spat with the student newspaper at Commerce after saying he was "proud" of his players for allegedly stealing copies of the paper.

Texas coach Mack Brown speaks out about the recent death of his mother, ESPN.com's Ivan Maisel reports.

Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen says he hopes for an interception-less spring, Tom Kensler of The Denver Post reports.

This could be a historic NFL draft for the Big 12, writes Suzanne Halliburton in the Austin American-Statesman

Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne weighs in on expansion talk.

If you want to read Colorado coach Dan Hawkins use the term "eternal axiom," this Q&A on CU's Web site is for you. No, really.