Robin, aside from that coin, this is the other thing that's flipping right now. What is...my lid...for you?
Oklahoma State fans hoping to keep Dana Holgorsen now must watch the result of West Virginia's bowl game. This is getting out of hand.
Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal named Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds one of the 50 most influential people in sports business.
Kansas missed out on one of the nation's top JUCO quarterbacks to Ole Miss.
New Colorado coach Jon Embree pulled the scholarships of two current Buffaloes commitments, and Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera has some reactions from the move.
When Missouri took a vote for team MVP, 17 different players received votes, reports Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Nebraska is putting aside the rumors about Bo Pelini and its painful title game loss to prepare for the Holiday Bowl, writes Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World-Herald.
Pelini also says there's a "good chance" receiver Niles Paul is back for the bowl game, as expected.
Now that Oklahoma has two coordinators, who's in line to replace Bob Stoops? Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman addresses the question.