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You missed a crazy night in Ames, including riots and car flipping.
For all his swag, Kliff Kingsbury is also a grinder dedicated to detail, writes Jeremy Fowler of CBS Sports.
D.J. Polite-Bray will bring a deep threat to the Texas Tech offense.
Oliver Luck explains his $106 million master plan for facility renovations at West Virginia.
Second-year back Rennie Childs is still fighting for a spot in the Oklahoma State rotation.
With the top three set, OSU is looking for one more rusher to contribute in 2014.
Oklahoma has a new attitude on defense going forward, writes Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman.
The Sooners will be missing some top receivers for their spring game.
Redshirt freshman Joel Lanning is still competing for the Iowa State QB job.
Watch KU go as Montell Cozart grows, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World.
Charlie Weis doesn't shoot down the possibility of a two-QB system in 2014.
ISU's Jarvis West is ready for his comeback season after a knee injury cost him 2013.
Three Big 12 coaches cracked the top 10 of this Athlon ranking of all 128 FBS coaches.
6dBrandon Chatmon and Jake Trotter