Greetings from Big Ten country. I'm sure Sooners fans are glad to see me. Nebraska people, tell them I'm not that bad.
- Maryland and Texas and talking about a series in football, but there's no deal in place yet, Jeff Barker writes in The Baltimore Sun.
- Iowa State defensive end Aaron Moore is indefinitely suspended after being charged with assault last month, Randy Peterson writes in the Des Moines Register.
- Nebraska removes the "beat Texas" reference from a video that has attracted national attention.
- Oklahoma quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel is always mentioned for coordinator positions, but he seems happy staying in Norman, Matt Baker writes in the Tulsa World.
- Kendall Hunter and other Oklahoma State standouts visit a local children's hospital, Brandon Chatmon writes in The Oklahoman.
- Colorado quarterback commit Brock Berglund vows to boost the team's recruiting efforts, Kyle Ringo writes in the Daily Camera. Berglund might want to place a call to the wavering Shaun Simon. The Lincoln Journal Star previews Colorado in 2010.
- Kansas' former assistant director of ticket operations pleads guilty in the ticket-scalping scandal. Jayhawks recruiting coordinator Reggie Mitchell favors an NCAA proposal that would scale back when schools are allowed to offer scholarships, Matt Tait writes in the Lawrence Journal World.
- Missouri's Blaine Gabbert appears on the Davey O'Brien Award preseason watch list, Reid Laymance writes in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Baylor's Robert Griffin is there, too.