Are you engaged or recently married? These folks are better than you.
Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle keeps thinking arrogant Texas and threat-happy Texas A&M are going to get in a room and talk out their differences, but it seems the two sides are destined for a divorce that will hurt both of them.
Wondering how Bryce and Arthur Brown became immediately eligible, despite clearly violating NCAA rules in the Miami scandal? Dennis Dodd at CBSSports explains.
Down powers Texas and Florida are playing it coy heading into redemptive years, writes Andy Staples of SI.com.
There is at least one man who did not find the new Cy-Hawk trophy to be the completely awful. His name: Ivan Maisel.
Marc Hansen of the Des Moines Register has a solid suggestion for the new trophy.
Olin Buchanan of Rivals.com shares the story of Oklahoma State offensive lineman Jonathan Rush and his father, who is stationed in Iraq.
Brandon Bourbon might be the most improved back on Kansas' roster, writes Jesse Newell of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Turner Gill, by the way, might be able to thank Sports Illustrated soon. Here's the new episode of the Jayhawks reality show, "The Gridiron."
New Oklahoma beat reporter Travis Haney gives his initial observations from his campus tour on Tuesday.
Get your Big 12 future jokes out: BYU and Houston have agreed to a home-and-home in 2013 and 2014.
Oklahoma running back Jonathan Miller was arrested last Thursday for failure to appear.
Here's a preview of what to expect on the Longhorn Network.
Missouri's defensive ends are finally back to health, writes Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
This was outstanding, and you know my rule: Write something good about Friday Night Lights. You get linked.
The road is rough for Oklahoma State, but it has confidence from last year's team to ride it out, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Roy Williams, NFL star and a safety from the Sooners' 2000 national title team, has joined Oklahoma's radio crew.
Texas A&M is gunning for a national title in 2011, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Kansas' season opener will be available solely on its online network.