Adrian Peterson, Tommie Harris headline Oklahoma Sooners recruiting wins over Texas Longhorns
Malcolm Brown and Aaron Green highlight a dynamic junior class of running backs from Texas, writes Gerry Hamilton.
We grill draft guru Mel Kiper on his latest Big Board updates, defending Colt McCoy and wondering where all the cornerbacks are in the process.
Remember when the Big 12 used to feature the best running backs in the nation? With spread offenses sprouting up everywhere, the running game has become an afterthought, writes Tim Griffin.
From Colorado's triumph to the end of Chase Daniel's winning streak to the Sooners sans Adrian Peterson, the Big 12 is covered here.
With Adrian Peterson, Michael Bush and Marshawn Lynch among the returning players in 2006, the running back position is loaded, writes Todd McShay.
Take a look at what questions were answered in the Big 12 South this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Adrian Peterson sat out Oklahoma's practice Monday because of a right ankle injury,
ESPN.com recaps the Top 25 and hands out a few game balls.
A team-by-team look at the Big 12.
While Adrian Peterson has been almost unstoppable on the ground, Braylon Edwards does his damage through the air.
Adrian Peterson decided to go to Oklahoma instead of Texas partly because of the way the Sooners always handle the Longhorns. This time, he was the reason for it.
It's been awhile, but led by freshman Adrian Peterson, the Oklahoma offense went old-school.
Freshman Adrian Peterson, a Texas prep star, arrived in Oklahoma with great expectations. So far, he's exceeded them all heading into the Red River Shootout.
The Lone Star State can claim the nation's top high school recruit as well as its top quarterback.