For the NCAA Football '11 enthusiasts out there on 360 late this afternoon ... D Ubbz 12. You know what to do. Think around 5 p.m. ET.
It's time to end this and have a truce between Nebraska, Texas, Dan Beebe and the Big 12, writes Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald.
Oklahoma standout signee Trey Metoyer (No. 51 on the 2011 ESPNU 150) still plans on coming to Oklahoma this fall, but he's taking classes at a junior college in Tyler, Texas this summer, reports Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman, who also has more on the 2012 class' top QB, Gunner Kiel.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune has more on what Evan Boehm's commitment means for Mizzou.
Former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen took to the air after being named head coach at West Virginia. He went skydiving (with video).
Texas receiver Greg Timmons is officially transferring.
Former Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson stopped by to chat with fans on ESPN SportsNation on Tuesday.
Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe talked bowl reimbursements earlier this week, and Matt Baker of the Tulsa World reports that Oklahoma and Oklahoma State needed more than $2 million from the Big 12 to break even on their bowl trips.
Here's a look at Kansas State's Pinstripe Bowl expense report and survey.
Kansas could use some help at defensive end, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Former Oklahoma State receiver Bo Bowling has landed in the Canadian Football League.