Any sportswriter complaining about a pre-game meal will henceforth be referred to as "Randy Moss-ing."
Colorado coach Dan Hawkins is hunkering down and talking life philosophy, reports Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera.
Kansas' defense is getting better, but it's still not good enough, writes Tully Corcoran of the Topeka Capital-Journal. Kansas defensive end D.J. Marshall is also now cancer-free.
Texas Tech running back Baron Batch talks about what the team's new jerseys this week mean to him, and what he learned from a random occurrence last week. This continues to be one of my favorite reads of the week. An excerpt: "Last week one of the guys on the team said this “B-Batch, you’ve been here forever, I was you for Halloween… in the 9th grade!”
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert was dealing with some "haters" via Twitter earlier in the week, writes Len Goldman of the Columbia Missourian.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops doesn't buy the idea that his team struggles on the road are an issue, writes Mike Baldwin of The Oklahoman.
But the numbers are undeniable, writes John Hoover of the Tulsa World.
Kansas State's Mr. Perfect says his streak ended last week, reports Austin Meek of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
How did Nebraska break three long touchdown runs? Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald breaks it down.
Texas is contributing to a pretty sorry year of football in 2010, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
Corey Nelson was a firm Texas A&M commit until just days before signing day. Now, it's time for the Oklahoma linebacker to make his first trip to College Station.
Iowa State tight end Collin Franklin was quarantined with swine flu last year. Now, teammates say he's the offense's MVP, writes Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register.