Yesterday was a lot of ruckus for a Jersday.
The Texas legislature is now planning to get involved with a meeting on Tuesday to discuss college athletics.
If Texas A&M leaves the Big 12, it's left with a Big Mess, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.
If Texas A&M doesn't leave now, it will become a laughingstock, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
Iowa State offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele is must-see TV in Ames.
Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says Texas A&M should think twice about leaving, and Bob Davie says based on his experiences with Notre Dame, the recruiting advantages of the Longhorn Network are overstated.
Reports that a deal between Texas A&M and the SEC were a done deal were premature, reports Matt Hayes of the Sporting News.
Texas to the Pac-12 makes more sense than you think, writes Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com.
The NCAA's ruling on high school games on university and conference-branded networks doesn't appear to be slowing down the Aggies' desire to leave for the SEC, reports Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News.
Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star offers his thoughts on what K-State AD John Currie learned the first time around regarding realignment.
Two of Texas A&M's biggest recruits are on board with the move to the SEC.
Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star says Texas A&M should start acting like grown-ups before it does something it regrets.
Bryan Fischer of CBSSports.com says the Aggies' desire to leave the Big 12 runs deeper than the Big 12, but they'd better be careful what they wish for.
Texas coach Mack Brown is trying to balance the demands of the Longhorn Network and his duties as coach.
Texas A&M should tread lightly regarding its interest in the SEC, writes Dick Weiss of the New York Daily News.
Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads is playing coy with his quarterback race, writes Bobby La Gesse of the Ames Tribune.
Kansas' defense has a new motivator, writes J. Brady McCollough of the Kansas City Star.