Congratulations, you've just joined the 76 percent of Americans who forget to stretch before doing any physical activity.
Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman looks at the epidemic sweeping college football while it expands the number of conference games: Awful nonconference games.
I took some time with the Solid Verbal boys to preview every team in the Big 12 on their podcast, and discuss my top five 90s kids movies. (Heavyweights, y'all.)
Speaking of heavyweights, Mountaineers QB Geno Smith is back with 11 more pounds this season, writes Mickey Furfari of the Register-Herald.
One of Charlie Weis' first goals at Kansas? Earn respect from their Big 12 opponents, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Oklahoma State says it's set a school record with nearly 50,000 season tickets sold. Another impressive stat emerged from Saturday's scrimmage.
Did you know WVU coach Dana Holgorsen doesn't like scrimmages?
Texas Tech may get some contributions from a walk-on receiver. Nick Kosmider of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal introduces you to Jordan Davis.
This is hilarious, and check out Nebraska.
Which Big 12 team is best suited to knock off the SEC's run of national titles? Stewart Mandel of SI.com breaks down the top contenders.
Kansas State reminds you of No. 9 on the 16 Goals for Success: Eliminate mistakes.
Sooner freshman Sterling Shepard is already drawing comparisons to FBS all-time leader in receptions and former OU star Ryan Broyles, writes Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman.
Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports has 25 things you should watch heading into 2012.
Texas Tech safety Cody Davis writes about the first week of fall camp on his blog.
Texas A&M OL transfer Brian Thomas left the Aggies for Texas Tech, but now he's leaving Lubbock after some fall camp struggles, reports Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
West Virginia's young O-linemen still have a ways to go, writes Jenn Menendez of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.