Let's see what's going on in Big 12 land today.
Texas head coach-in-waiting Will Muschamp will be affected by a new NCAA recruiting policy, Chuck Carlton writes in The Dallas Morning News. Longhorns reserve wide receiver Philip Payne has left the team, Alan Trubow writes in the Austin American-Statesman.
Offensive coordinator Nolan Cromwell is gone, and more Texas A&M assistants could follow him out the door, Randy Riggs writes in the Austin American-Statesman. A&M will interview former Louisville coach Steve Kragthorpe for the offensive coordinator vacancy, Rivals.com's Tom Dienhart reports.
Colorado fans should brace themselves for the possibility of Pac-10 expansion, Neill Woelk writes in the Boulder Daily Camera.
CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd opines on how the Big 12 would react to losing Colorado and Missouri.
Could Texas be on the Pac-10's radar? The Sporting News' Neil Hayes thinks so.
Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb has drawn comparisons to Todd Reesing, Tom Keegan writes in the Lawrence Journal-World.
Nebraska cracks the top 5 of Rivals.com's latest Top 25 rankings for 2010.