"You work in a business. Businesspeople need beepers."
"No, they need cellphones."
"Yeah, right now, but the beeper's gonna be making a comeback. Technology's cyclical."
Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit agree: Oklahoma and Nebraska will play for the Big 12 title.
Missouri's defense wants 35 turnovers in 2010, reports Dieter Kurtenbach of the Columbia Missourian. It forced 23 last year.
Texas Tech players don't miss the sand pit outside the practice field some of them got to know well, writes Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
Texas isn't messing around with its upcoming schedules. The Longhorns announced a home-and-home agreement with BYU in 2013 and 2014, in addition to a game next season in Austin. The Longhorns also added Notre Dame to their future schedule recently.
The Longhorns can run the ball all they want, but the hope for 2010 rests with Garrett Gilbert, writes the Statesman's Cedric Golden.
Former Red Raiders lineman Brandon Carter has a new look for the NFL, but the face paint is still a part of him. He still wants to be a pro wrestler, writes Jordan Godwin of the Houston Chronicle.
Tom Shatel of the Omaha World-Herald learned some lessons with the recent media fiasco. He shares them in his blog.
Life as a football player is pretty difficult if you're allergic to milk and you don't know it. Ask Iowa State's Jake McDonough. The Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson did.
Landry Jones wasn't happy with his performance in Oklahoma's scrimmage on Thursday.
The highlight of Colorado's scrimmage on Thursday? The running game, reports the Denver Post's Tom Kensler.
Without Jeron Mastrud, there's a battle at tight end at Kansas State, reports Brady Bauman of the Manhattan Mercury.
Oklahoma State's Victor Johnson and Jamie Blatnick have become close with a pair of Stairmasters, writes John Helsley of The Oklahoman.
Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World explains why moving Toben Opurum to linebacker is a gamble.
Texas A&M free safety Steven Terrell's camp is off to a good start, reports Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.