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.
Ronnell Lewis has played eight-man football throughout high school, but not many programs offer scholarships to players who didn't play on 11-man teams. Oklahoma did, writes Tim Griffin.
With spring practices getting started, our Big 12 notebook addresses the big questions for each team.
Despite having to replace his star running back and senior QB, Bob Stoops expects big production from the Oklahoma offense.
It took longer than expected, but rivals Nebraska and Oklahoma finally will meet for the Big 12 title (ABC, 8 ET).
After getting off to a poor start and then losing its star back, OU improbably finds itself the Big 12's hottest team, writes Tim Griffin.
The transition season that was expected in the Big 12 hasn't gone as smooth as hoped.
With Texas ending Oklahoma's winning streak in the Red River Rivalry last season, the focus of the game returns to the winner.
Vince Young and Texas have grabbed most of the Big 12 headlines, but the conference's lack of depth could hurt the Horns.
They're young and unproven, but the Sooners still have confidence heading into their game against Texas.
Oklahoma's passing game hasn't done much through two games, but the Sooners aren't worried.
From an offense that struggled to a defense that lacked a certain toughness, OU is suddenly trying to find itself.