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You know I wasn't scripted to be in that episode? I just wandered on to set because Reginald VelJohnson owed me $40.
Losing a football game isn't the toughest thing Kansas safety Bradley McDougald has ever been through. Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star explains what is, and how McDougald has found a new home in Lawrence.
What does the loss of Casey Pachall mean for TCU's offense? Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram explains.
If Pachall plays another down at TCU, it's the biggest credibility mistake of Gary Patterson's career, writes Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. For the record, I disagree with this.
Colleague Ivan Maisel weighs on with some thoughts on Patterson's tough decision regarding Pachall.
What does Landry Jones' quarterback guru think of Jones' recent struggles? Stephanie Kuzydym of The Oklahoman catches up with George Whitfield to find out.
Chuck McGill of the Charleston Daily Mail checks in with college football's changing world as it relates to West Virginia's game against Texas.
The son of a Longhorn, Texas Tech punter Ryan Erxleben is excelling for the Red Raiders now, writes Tim Griffin of the San Antonio Express-News.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby weighed in on the situation surrounding Pachall.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis wasn't happy with what the student newspaper had to say about his team.
Bill Snyder's excellence has ruled the Sunflower Showdown rivalry, writes Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star. Still, the rivalry's always packed a little more punch for the Kansans involved.
Texas must pressure Geno Smith, writes Cedric Golden of the Austin American-Statesman.
The Big 12 has a new bowl tie and that bowl has a new sponsorship.
Running back John Hubert might be undersized, but he's carrying a big load for K-State, writes Ken Corbitt of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Bob Stoops might be taking a page out of Pat Fitzgerald's book of coaching soon, and he remembers his favorite heckler in Lubbock.
Texas Tech running back Kenny Williams is a power runner in a spread scheme, and he loves it, writes Nick Kosmider of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Iowa State's schedule is about to heat up significantly, writes Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register.
Don't expect West Virginia to mount a Heisman marketing campaign for Smith.
Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin is a deep threat, but he's excelling on short passes and runs this year, writes Mark Rosner of the Austin American-Statesman.
You know I wasn't scripted to be in that episode? I just wandered on to set because Reginald VelJohnson owed me $40. Losing a football game isn't the toughest thing Kansas safety Bradley McDougald has ever been through.