Chris Paul is better at basketball than you.
Plenty wanted to bury Dan Beebe for killing the Big 12 last summer, but he's the man who saved it, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
Kansas State athletic director John Currie sounds like he plans to allocate the Wildcats new money in the TV deal toward facilities, writes Cole Manbeck of the Manhattan Mercury.
Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch profiles Blaine Gabbert and the role of his family in his rise to first-round pick.
Oklahoma is going to get talented reserve linebacker Corey Nelson on the field somehow. The Oklahoman's Jake Trotter offers up four ways the Sooners could do it.
After a tough injury last year, K-State receiver Tramaine Thompson is anxious to get back on the field, writes Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star.
What should Oklahoma State do about Hart Lee Dykes? Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoman tackles the question.
What's the actual value of a quarterback, specifically for Iowa State? Bobby La Gesse asks the question.
Missouri is raising money to replace Big Mo, the school's drum, with a bigger version.
What's it like to celebrate your own day in your hometown? Robert Przybylo went to Ardmore on Saturday for Justin Blackmon Day and found out from the Oklahoma State receiver.
Kansas' offensive line is feeling a lot more confident this year, writes J. Brady McCollough of the Kansas City Star.
The Jayhawks also want more speed? It helps that they're bringing in the state's 100-meter dash champion to play football, writes the Star's Candace Buckner. Also, his name is Adonis. So... points.
Not Big 12 related, but this will be the story of the week, so educate yourselves. The hits keep coming for the Buckeyes.