For those of you who filled me in on the Dutch Baby, thanks. I'll be taking the plunge later this week.
Oklahoma State had its first scrimmage of the spring on Monday, and the defense "dominated." There's no front-runner in the QB race yet, but Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World says true freshman Wes Lunt is still a factor.
Athlon is ranking the Big 12 quarterbacks, and I'm sure you'll all agree with the order of every single selection.
Trey Millard might be Oklahoma's best player, and he's the Sooners most underutilized, writes Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman.
What does James Sims' suspension mean for KU? Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World weighs in and says we may not hear from Sims for awhile.
WVU running back Shawne Alston may be filling in for Dustin Garrison this spring, but he believes he can be an every-down back, writes Dave Hickman of the Charleston Gazette.
Former Kansas assistant Vic Shealy has himself a head-coaching job, the first ever at Houston Baptist.
Oklahoma State linebacker Caleb Lavey looks back on a memorable 2011 season in Stillwater.
Are you skeptical that a playoff is still coming? Texas A&M AD Bill Byrne is, too, writes colleague Ivan Maisel.
Dana Holgorsen weighs in on the move to the Big 12.