When I pulled my hamstring, I went to a misogynist.
Does Daniel Thomas deserve a spot in the Heisman discussion? Austin Meek of the Topeka Capital-Journal answers the question.
Oklahoma State starting defensive end Shane Jarka will be out until likely the Texas A&M game after undergoing knee surgery.
Offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen drew up the Cowboys' new full-house backfield out of "sheer boredom in the summer," but it's a hit regardless of what you call it, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray logged a career-high 35 carries in Week 1. Don't expect that number to drop much -- if at all -- moving forward, writes Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Various parties involved try to explain what's wrong with Kansas' running game, reports Tully Corcoran of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach is getting his own radio show on Sirius XM radio.
Week 1 showed Texas is loaded at linebacker, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
John Werner at the Waco Tribune-Herald profiles Baylor's other Robert Griffin.
Dwain Price of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes Tommy Tuberville says he can't help but think receiver Lyle Leong reminds him of another guy he coached: Michael Irvin.
With Lew Perkins out as AD, former Kansas coach Don Fambrough will be back in his seat for Saturday's game against Georgia Tech.
New Colorado receiver Travon Patterson has figured things out pretty quickly since transferring from USC, writes Ryan Thorburn of the Boulder Daily Camera.
Nebraska's linebackers made a big jump in practice this week, reports Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald.
Leaving for the Pac-10 soon? (Colorado fans, raise your hands.) John Henderson of the Denver Post has a list of dos and don'ts and what to expect.
Six Missouri players have formed a rap group called the Kentucky Boulevard Boys, writes Dieter Kurtenbach of the Columbia Missourian.