The Big 12's athletic directors voted 11-1 in March to keep the Big 12 Championship at Cowboys Stadium. Though it was an unofficial, measuring-stick sort of vote, Steven Sipple at the Lincoln Journal Star reports the lone dissenter was Nebraska AD Tom Osborne.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel looks back on his memories of the Kent State incident 40 years ago with Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Matt Hinton at Dr. Saturday has Colorado coach Dan Hawkins among his six underdogs to root for in 2010.
Ndamukong Suh was among several former Nebraska greats taking part in Bo Pelini's golf tournament on Monday.
But Pelini isn't too concerned about Nebraska splitting for the Big Ten in the future.
Pete Fiutak ranks his 2010 Heisman hopefuls on Scout.com, but only one Big 12 player made the cut: Garrett Gilbert.
There's a recession going on, but nobody bothered to tell Texas, whose revenue rose 32 percent last year, writes Laken Litman in the Dallas Morning News. Texas A&M also saw a rise in revenue.
Freshman linebacker Tom Wort's play isn't the only thing turning heads at Oklahoma, writes Jerry Briggs at the San Antonio Express-News.
The Big 12 police blotter has been mostly quiet this spring, but Kansas State redshirt freshman running back John Hubert was arrested at a residence hall in connection with a domestic dispute.
Colorado junior linebacker Brandon Gouin was also arrested and later suspended by Hawkins for allegedly supplying beer for a high school campout last week.