Is there another person in the world besides Ron Artest who could make "Say Queensbridge" trend worldwide on Twitter?
It's official: Todd Reesing is a Saskatchewan Roughrider. Rookie camp begins next week.
Former Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth belongs in the College Football Hall of Fame, but "The Boz" is keeping him out, writes John Rohde of The Oklahoman.
The Kansas ticket scandal is forcing athletic departments around the country to inspect their own ticket operations.
And Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds is confident the scandal didn't touch his department, reports Mark Rosner of the Austin-American-Statesman.
Rick Reilly addresses some changes in the Texas school system curriculum and takes a few lighthearted shots at the Longhorns.
Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times says the Pac-10 may have soured on Utah and Colorado, believing their arrival wouldn't have a big enough impact to warrant expansion. Now in their sights: Texas and Texas A&M.
Robert Griffin or Jerrod Johnson? The Dallas Morning News' Kevin Sherrington weighs in.
Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin recorded the best long jump of the NCAA Preliminaries on Thursday.
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville paid his first ever visit to Amarillo and talked championships once again.
Former Colorado All-American lineman Andre Gurode is hosting a kickball tournament in Dallas to benefit his new, unique foundation.
Kansas State will kick off against Missouri State at 6:10 p.m. in Week 2.