Back in Dallas from my visits to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. More coverage of both teams is on the way, but I'll be dropping by all 12 schools this spring, so hold your complaints, North fans. Only two North teams, Colorado and Missouri, are currently practicing.
A former player at San Diego State is suing Kansas offensive coordinator Chuck Long, among others, for their handling of an alleged beating the player suffered in November 2008.
Dez Bryant and Michael Crabtree aren't the only players Deion Sanders is mentoring in what he feels is his new calling, writes ESPN The Magazine's Seth Wickersham.
Is now the time for a Big 12 television network? The Kansas City Star's Sam Mellinger explores the issue.
BCS head Bill Hancock says Congress has "better things to do" than try to change the way the BCS operates, but will respond to a question-filled letter from two U.S. Senators.
Tully Corcoran of the Topeka Capital-Journal runs down how the Jayhawks did in their pro day on Wednesday.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune says the search for Missouri's next vocal leader is underway.
The Tulsa World's Bill Haisten breaks down the Cowboys' pro day performances.