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The biggest meltdown in the history of sports? It might have been.
After nudging Mack Brown out the door, Texas president Bill Powers faces a similar fate, writes The Dallas Morning News' Chuck Carlton.
The Texas regents are expected to ratify the deal to keep the Oklahoma game at the Cotton Bowl.
Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard explains to the Ames Tribune's Bobby La Gesse why he wanted to put the Cyclones' game with Texas on the Longhorn Network.
Former Oklahoma QB and congressman J.C. Watts discussed the changing landscape in college football with The Oklahoman's Jason Kersey.
Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury wants to keep pushing the limits.
Red Raiders QB commit Jarrett Stidham is impressing at the Elite 11 football camp.
West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck says improvement this season may not necessarily be measured in wins.
The Charleston Gazette previews West Virginia's game with FCS power Towson.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder's legend grows, writes the Leavenworth Times' Mac Stevenson.
The Lawrence Journal-World's Tom Keegan has been counting down the 25 most crucial Jayhawks to the 2014 season.
TCU is working to enhance its game-day experience.
Baylor will be introducing an app to help with game-day traffic to McLane Stadium.