For what it's worth, I was pretty impressed with R. Bowen Loftin on Monday. Didn't dodge any questions, but didn't reveal much. Good combo.
Texas governor Rick Perry is leaving the SEC discussion to Texas A&M's regents, report Andrew Logue and Jennifer Jacobs of the Des Moines Register.
Today's previously scheduled hearing at the Texas state capitol being postponed is a "good thing" for A&M's move to the SEC, reports Brent Zwerneman of the San Antonio Express-News.
Texas A&M's possible move to the SEC is just another sign of progress, writes David Whitley at Sporting News.
The Big 12's future is a guessing game, writes Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star.
Missouri's season opener against Western Illinois is on pay-per-view at $39.95. You guys lining up for that?
SI.com previews the Big 12.
Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch would like to hook Loftin up to a lie detector.
Kansas State president Kirk Schulz says the Big 12 should pursue aggressive expansion if Texas A&M leaves.
College football needs its own division in college athletics, writes Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Baylor is a winner at last, and has the preseason expectations to prove it.
Did Oklahoma State opponents know the Cowboys' offensive signals?
What does Elvis Fisher's injury mean for Missouri? Vahe Gregorian breaks it down.
Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles? Well, he's untouchable, writes Mike Baldwin of The Oklahoman.
The move outside for defensive end Alex Okafor will be a big one for Texas' defense, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
Texas A&M's new chancellor favors going to the SEC.
Kansas lost a senior defensive tackle for six to eight weeks with a broken foot.