No. Just ... no, Mizzou. Kids, a lesson: Thinking of making a rap video about your school?
Can't get West Virginia for 2012? How about two Red River Rivalry games, with a coin flip for one team to get a home game? Kirk Bohls throws out the idea, plus eight more and a prediction.
Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal unearthed some contentious emails between departed Texas Tech defensive coordinator Chad Glasgow and athletic director Kirby Hocutt. Glasgow left with a $100,000 separation payment.
Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star profiles the most wanted man in Big 12 country these days: Dorial Green-Beckham. The battle to get him could be the first of many between Mizzou and Arkansas. Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has more from DGB-mania on Mizzou's campus this weekend.
Mack Brown's sticking around Texas? Bob Stoops and Mike Gundy have to be happy about that, writes Dave Sittler of the Tulsa World, who also says goodbye in a retirement column.
Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star checks in on the rivalry between Mizzou and Kansas, which is boiling as it nears an end.
Peter King of SI.com weighs in on Brandon Weeden and the age question.
The Austin American-Statesman has an update on where the Big 12 recruiting stands.
Texas will have 62 baseball and softball games on the Longhorn Network.
Former Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman landed as the new offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins.
Texas swiped an ESPNU 150 commit from TCU, an all-purpose player named Daje Johnson.
The newest Sooners on the field and on the sideline? Travis Haney of The Oklahoman says give 'em a chance.
The Aggies added a top defensive end to their class on Sunday night, reports Matthew Reagan of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Kansas added two recruits to its class over the weekend and lost one, reports Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World.