Here we go again ...
Texas A&M should quit complaining about the Longhorn Network and start its own network, writes Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. For what it's worth, I think Texas A&M would have better luck starting its own network than Oklahoma.
The circumstances that kept Kansas quarterback Brock Berglund away from campus this summer? An assault charge back in Colorado.
Former Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer provides some insight to Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman on the alliance between Fox and the Big 12.
Former Missouri center Tim Barnes is stuck in lockout limbo, but spends his days working at a logging company until it ends, writes Andrew Astleford of Fox Sports Midwest.
Kansas, by the way, doesn't have a schedule that will do it any favors in 2011.
Oklahoma State quarterback Johnny Deaton is expected to transfer, reports Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World.
Baylor got some new uniforms. They're faaaaaabulous.
Matt Scoch of the Springfield News-Leader catches up with the recruiting saga of Dorial Green-Beckham, one of the nation's top recruits who has taken recent visits to Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.
Here's who you can expect to see on ESPN's college football broadcasts this year.
Acquaint yourself with this story. It will be relevant for quite some time leading into the season.
The Lawrence Journal-World staff members shares their personal Big 12 preseason poll ballots.