I was carried to Ohio in a swarm of bees.
An appeals court has thrown out former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach's breach of contract claim regarding his 2009 firing.
Texas Tech has filled the vacancy on its schedule after canceling a series with TCU. The Red Raiders will take on Texas State, coached by former Texas A&M coach Dennis Franchione, reports Jeff Caplan of ESPNDallas.com.
Texas' new deal with ESPN could be the first step to the Longhorns going independent, writes Ray Buck of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Don't worry about Texas going independent, writes Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com. The Longhorns are already an independent, using the Big 12 for little more than scheduling.
Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman examines if the new UT network will hurt Oklahoma.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops took a new job after the season after all: He'll be coaching the Harlem Globetrotters later this month.
Nebraska has a new running back commitment for its 2011 recruiting class, giving them 17 commits.
KCBD in Lubbock, Texas has new details on the situation surrounding defensive coordinator James Willis' exit from Texas Tech's program, thanks to an open records request.
Kansas State lost its defensive backs coach, Keith Burns, who went to Ole Miss to work for his old boss, Houston Nutt.
New Oklahoma State quarterback and early enrollee J.W. Walsh says he's ready to go if needed for the Cowboys.
Texas Tech may be playing another early-season Big 12 game like it did last year vs. Texas, reports Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Oklahoma's Cale Gundy made colleague Ryan McGee's list of the nation's top recruiting coordinators. Gundy, the brother of Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, also coaches running backs for the Sooners.
No guts, no glory, writes Gil LeBreton of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Texas Tech blew a chance to beat a TCU team in 2011 high on respect and low on quality.