From Around The Big 12
We continued our preview of the Big 12 with week two of the season. Can the Sooners get a win in Knoxville? | The LGG
“It’s not great in the inside,” said Oklahoma State DC Glenn Spencer on Wednesday. “It’s going to be watched close to see who’s going to be able to play in a game. Those guys are going to have to play with some injury and pain.” | Pistols Firing
Texas Tech had their Media Day yesterday. | Staking The Plains
With the south end zone of Oklahoma Memorial Stadium under construction, the Sooners have moved into a temporary facility. | NewsOK
Is Howard-to-Gibson West Virginia’s next big play duo? | Metro News
Joe Wickline, former Oklahoma State offensive line coach and current Texas
offensive coordinator assistant coach, has asked a judge to dismiss the Cowboy’s suit seeking nearly $600,000. | Dallas Morning News
Kansas State isn’t listening to the preseason predictions. | Kansas City Star
“From what I’ve heard, I may miss the first half of the Sam Houston State game,” Texas Tech’s Reginald Davis said Tuesday, referring to the season opener. “It just made me look at life from a different angle. I should be grateful for everything I have.” | RedRaiders.com
Baylor defensive end Sam Ukwuachu will stand trial for allegedly assaulting a female Baylor student in 2013. | Waco Tribume
“Jerrod Heard may not enter the Longhorns game against the Fighting Irish as the starter but his ability to run the ball will likely help him push past Swoopes by Texas’ second or third game.” | Dallas Morning News
Across The Nation
Nebraska is all in on the ‘Money Ball’ approach. | CBS Sports
A look around the SEC during fall camp. |CBS Sports
Whoa, this is incredible.
— Rob Moseley (@DuckFootball) August 4, 2015
The Pac-12 may be one year away.
On Deadliest Catch tonight, pro-Seahawks crab fishermen listen to end of Super Bowl. Not fans of passing pic.twitter.com/l86yB76i2m
— Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) August 5, 2015
This FIFA glitch is hilarious.