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Oklahoma linebacker Travis Lewis tells Dave Curtis of Sporting News that Oklahoma deserves to be preseason No. 1.
Mike Gundy has completed his staff by hiring Jemal Singleton from Indiana.
Former K-State receiver Jordy Nelson is still riding the wave of celebrity after his big night in the Super Bowl, and it looks like there's a Jordy Nelson Day coming to his home county, reports Joel Jellison of the Manhattan Mercury.
Sam Bradford showed up to Oklahoma's basketball game against Texas, but he didn't have much to say. What's up with that, asks Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
Landry Jones (@LandryJones12) is on Twitter, but what's he been up to? Mike Sherman of The Oklahoman fills you in. (Personal note: He's been pretty entertaining the first few days. A must-follow for Big 12 fans in my book.)
Is Texas losing another coach or not? It's getting a bit confusing, writes Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman.
Kansas recruiting coordinator Reggie Mitchell is earning some well-deserved praise after the Jayhawks first class has signed, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.
A fascinating read here from SmartFootball.com about a subject that certainly concerns plenty of teams in the Big 12: How can a pass-first team score more touchdowns in the red zone?
Two Texas coaches, Mack Brown and Darrell Royal, released statements about the death of former Texas A&M coach Emory Bellard on Thursday.
Bellard will be remembered for the monumental impact he had on the college game, writes John Maher of the Austin American.
Jon Solomon of the Birmingham News has a few of the rules changes being mulled over that will be recommended by the Rules Committee. Plenty of interesting stuff here. Check it out.
J. Brady McCollough checks in with Kansas' new athletic director, who takes a deliberate approach to his job.
New Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken gets his own set of links.