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The two arrested Texas Tech players say they're innocent of all charges and an investigation will clear them, reports Tommy Magelssen of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro is back, but can he help bring Texas back into national prominence? Randy Riggs of the Austin American-Statesman tries to find out.
TCU's search for a new safety has looked to an unlikely source, writes the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Stefan Stevenson.
The wholesale changes on defense will require a whole lot of patience, writes Dave Hickman of the Charleson Gazette.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis? Well, he's not quite what most expected, writes Steve Greenberg of Sporting News.
Bob Hertzel of the Times West Virginian explains a few changes along the offensive line for the Mountaineers.
Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker entered a second guilty plea for a felony conspiracy charge.
Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com looks at how social media has impacted the world of college football.
Could Weeden2Blackmon continue into the NFL? Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman charts the possibility.
Mike Graham of the Dallas Morning News says the linebackers are the most improved unit in Texas Tech's defense, and explains why.
Bryan Fischer of CBSSports.com catches up with Oklahoma's offense, which is focused on fine-tuning its attack.
The Oklahoman's Mike Baldwin offers a look inside RB Dominique Whaley's road back from his fractured ankle.