Only in 2011 could a light-hearted cultural reference about this photo be interpreted as me implicating Oklahoma was committing recruiting violations. Sheesh. Chill out. And watch more "Friday Night Lights."
In the wake of Jim Tressel's dismissal, Bob Stoops says he can't play babysitter for his team, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman. Tramel also gives a look inside the mission trip to Haiti a few Oklahoma athletes took.
Is a national championship in store for Oklahoma State? Former receiver Dez Bryant seems to think so.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal looks at the changing culture of college football. Namely, the expectation of players to stick around campus for summer workouts.
Texas reeled in a top-flight offensive lineman on Sunday for its latest 2012 commit, one Randy Riggs of the Austin American calls a big piece of Texas' 2012 recruiting puzzle.
Stoops says finding the right time to talk about filling Austin Box's void won't be an issue, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman.
Brandon Chatmon of The Oklahoma has a look at the recruiting improvements under Mike Gundy at Oklahoma State.
Andy Staples of SI.com ranks the top 20 most desirable coaching jobs in college football. Texas comes in at No. 1, and two other Big 12 teams make the cut.
Kansas' Tunde Bakare, a juco linebacker, former Maryland signee and strong candidate for the all-name team, hopes to crack the starting lineup in Lawrence, writes Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.