Dancing in the Ruins - The new Big 12 emerging out of the ruins of the old one.
Yo Soy Fiesta.
Blair Kerkhoff previews tonight's Fiesta bowl confrontation between Kansas State and Oregon. (The Kansas City Star)
The Real Thing.
Kansas St. head football coach Bill Snyder discusses the "genuine" nature of Wildcat starting quarterback Collin Klein. (SB*Nation Arizona)
Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops and Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin discuss putting their real-life friendship to the side as they lead their respective teams against each other in the Cotton Bowl. (The Norman Transcript)
A New Hope?
Kansas can took to Sugar Bowl winner Louisville for inspiration in reversing the Jayhawks' recent downturn in fortunes. Because Blair Kerkhoff said so. (The Kansas City Star)
Mr. Jones and me tell each other fairy tales.
Oklahoma starting quarterback Landry Jones has the support of his teammates even when Sooner fans have divided feelings about him. (The Norman Transcript)
An Aggie, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops discusses the conundrum in how to stop the Sooners' Cottton Bowl opponent's offense led by its ubiquitous starting QB, Johnny Manziel. (The Norman Transcript)
The future's so bright I've gotta wear shades?
Mike Finger claims that Texas HC Mack Brown still has a few good years ahead of him as Longhorn HC. (The San Antonio Express-News)
Quantum Leap, Sooner style.
Good Bull Hunting presents its version of Quantum Leap, with Bob Stoops in the role of Sam Beckett in an adventure through time and photoshop.
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