A poster child for expansion run amok a year ago, the Big 12 appears a picture of perfect health in 2012. But has the balance of power really shifted?
Oklahoma State is talented. The Cowboys are fun to watch. But they're still a step behind the truly elite teams.
Mark Ingram and Toby Gerhart, the top two finishers in the Heisman race, lead ESPN.com's All-America team.
The teams come and the games go, but the reminders are forever at the college football stadiums constructed as living memorials to those who served the nation.
Heated rivalries -- and a new tiebreaker rule -- give Bud Wilkinson Conference an immediate buzz.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle at the halfway point in the season, Penn State, Texas and Alabama are lined up in the I-Formation and ready to receive some midseason awards.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 6, the Big 12 race, Nutty development at Ole Miss and Penn State's personality are lined up in the I-Formation.
After gazing into the crystal ball, Ivan Maisel reveals his five predictions for the Big 12 in 2008.
The proven returning talent projects 2008 to be The Year of the Quarterback in the Big 12, but all of the signal-callers enter the season with something to prove.
The traditional transition of power occurs in January. But now is the time to analyze the candidates and major issues. Let the debate on the 2008 season begin.
After peering into his crystal ball, Ivan Maisel conjured up five predictions for the 2007 Big 12 season.
Which rumored coaching changes might actually happen? Who should start at QB for Arkansas? Know how to paint the Notre Dame helmets? Ivan Maisel has all the answers.
Will West Virginia and Louisville live up to expectations? Who will get the North Carolina job? How do you hold the crystal football? Ivan Maisel has all the answers.
Tommy Tuberville saying he had to replace the greatest backfield in the last 50 years had the inbox overflowing.