TEXAS TWO STEP. Two games at Hilton this weekend resulted in resounding wins for both the women over TCU and the men over Texas.
TEXAS PERSPECTIVE. Peter Bean looks at the post-mortem from the Longhorn perspective.
CONFIDENT TEAM. Fred Hoiberg and the players look very confident about the rest of the season in post game interviews.
MORE SPEED AND LESS TURNOVERS = WIN. Steve Malchow looks at the winning formula against the Longhorns.
RICK BARNES IS A FAN. The Texas coach says this year's Iowa State team is better than the one that gave Kentucky everything it could handle last year.
WRASSLIN' WINS. Pair of duals are in the bag as the Cyclones defeated Drexler and Penn over the weekend.
BARNETT AND MORGAN GONE. Jared Barnett will always be fondly remembered for leading the biggest win in school history, but he's off in search of more playing time, while C.J. Morgan will transfer to be closer to his family.
PACHALL'S BACK. The troubled former TCU starter is back with the program.
WALLY BURNHAM DISAGREES. Former Oklahoma State DC Bill Young was let go by Mike Gundy, who believed Young was "too old to attract recruits."
STOOPS SORRY. Mike Stoops regrets some of the comments he made about A&M's Johnny Manziel.
NOT LEVERAGED. Jack Swarbrick says he was not leveraged into giving Brian Kelly more money by his flirtation with the Eagles.
PEOPLE STILL EAT AT RYAN'S? The SBN CFB team tries to come up with the restaurants that your college town must have to attract recruits, and I'll be honest, if you're hitting up Ryan's or Golden Corral on the regular, you're probably a terrible human being.
A TRIBUTE TO WACTION. While MACtion got all the press, the WAC was putting up some entertainment of its own.
DOWN GOES NUMBER ONE! AND TWO!. NC State knocked off #1 Duke, and Ohio State defeated Michigan, leaving the number of undefeateds at zero.