Big 12 spring meetings musings
Missouri AD Mike Alden doesn't feel any animosity from the rest of the conference, reports Reid Laymance of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
DeLoss Dodds says listening to expansion talk is not disloyal, reports Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star in an exclusive.
Dodds also had strong, proactive words regarding Texas' role in realignment.
CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd says there's still few concrete reasons to believe the Big Ten will absolutely expand, and that's given commissioner Dan Beebe optimism.
Around the Big 12
The judge in Mike Leach's case against Texas Tech says the university doesn't have sovereign immunity in regards to Leach's suit, but ruled in favor of Tech on 10 of 11 issues. Leach may only sue for breach of contract.
Sources say Leach hasn't been paid for any of his work during the 2009 season, reports Dwain Price of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Kansas athletic director Lew Perkins says it's clear he's the victim in the blackmail case that's surfaced in the past week, but he can't discuss details of the case.
And the Lawrence Journal World's Tom Keegan says he believes Turner Gill will coach his first game at Kansas under a new athletic director.
The Oklahoman's Berry Tramel has ranked each of the 96 Big 12 games, and Red River comes out on top.
Texas' freshman class arrived on campus Tuesday.
Texas A&M defensive lineman Adren Dorsey has transferred to Lamar, according to Christopher Dabe of the Beaumont Enterprise.
Aggies coach Mike Sherman discusses a wide variety of topics in this Q&A with Fox Sports Southwest's Brian Smith.