BYU is so indie its shirt don't fit. And it thinks Tokyo Police Club are all a bunch of sellouts.
Remember that sweet online show about Kansas from yesterday? It's done by a former player, and Max Vosburgh of the University Daily Kansan profiled him and his efforts.
Missouri's battle cry for 2010 is "Get Money!," writes Mike DeArmond of the Kansas City Star.
Colorado earning back the Buffalo emblem on its helmets won't be a given, reports Tom Kensler of the Denver Post.
Texas receiver James Kirkendoll didn't catch a pass in the postseason for the Longhorns. Where did he go? The Austin American-Statesman's Alan Trubow tries to find out.
Nebraska has launched it's full Red Out Around the World site, which was created to unite, unlike the controversy a video on the site produced earlier this summer, reports Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald.
Texas Tech linebacker Brian Duncan might need to work on a sack dance, writes Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Kansas has lost another linebacker. Redshirt freshman Jacoby Thomas was dismissed from the team. Huldon Tharp will also miss the season with a foot injury.
Nebraska linebacker Sean Fisher suffered a leg injury, but the severity may not be known for awhile, reports Mitch Sherman of the Omaha World-Herald. Media access to the team has been shut down until Saturday.
File this in the good news compartment for Oklahoma: Receivers coach Jay Norvell says this year vs. last year for his unit is "night and day," reports Mike Baldwin of The Oklahoman.
The Wiz of Odds has a look at Texas Tech's poster schedule.
Texas A&M defensive end Ben Bass worked hard to get his second chance, and is trying to make the most of it, writes Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.