National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and its financial impact on universities, a larger-than-expected number of schools made coaching changes. Now it's time to evaluate them.
- Jayhawks fire defensive staffers Drake, Jackson
- KU's Casey gets NIL deals after heroics vs. Texas
- KU stuns Texas on walk-on's winning 2-point grab
- Ex-Kansas coach Beaty dropped from NCAA case
From major upsets to emotional moments and plenty of field stormings, the fans and thrills were back this season.
Jordan Peterson and Taiwo Onatolu were promoted to fill the defensive roles on Kansas' football staff.
— West Virginia will finish its season in a bowl game.
Standards appear lower for a once-rare tradition, and it's creating more work for field managers, irking coaches and causing safety concerns. And with rivalry week upon us, those numbers could easily grow.
Kansas walk-on fullback Jared Casey has landed two NIL deals after his game-winning heroics led the Jayhawks to their upset win over Texas Saturday in Austin.
In Kansas' stunning win over Texas -- as a 31-point underdog, for its first Big 12 road win since the George W. Bush administration -- it was a walk-on seeing his first career action who caught the winning 2-point conversion.
Our reporters break down Week 11 in college football, from Oklahoma State's CFP résumé to Texas' stunning loss.
Kansas, a 31-point underdog entering Saturday's matchup, upset Texas on a 2-point conversion in overtime to snap a 56-game losing streak in Big 12 road games and hand the Longhorns a fifth straight defeat -- their longest losing streak since 1956.
The chaos of the 2021 college football season continued, and the trolls were active with their commentary.
Oklahoma has dominated the Big 12 when it comes to recruiting, but Oklahoma State, Texas and Baylor have had strong classes over the years, too.
With UNLV and Arizona snapping long losing streaks, the Bottom 10 welcomes some old friends back to the top of the heap.
— Kansas State climbed quickly into the Top 25 on the back of three straight wins to start the season, then the Wildcats plummeted just as quickly from the poll after three straight losses to open Big 12 play.
With Jim Harbaugh again falling short and the nation's two winless teams again falling, we try to separate fact from fiction with the worst of the worst.
— This was what No. 15 Oklahoma State fans have been waiting for.
With Penn State and Illinois flailing for nine overtimes, our week's weakest falls lower than we could have expected.
— Facing a far tougher test than expected against Kansas, Caleb Williams bailed out No. 3 Oklahoma with quick feet and quick thinking.
For the members of our latest Bottom 10, there may be hope after all. Just look at what's happening at Texas-San Antonio.
— Henry Colombi threw for a touchdown, ran for another as Texas Tech had four rushing touchdowns in a 41-14 win over Kansas on Saturday afternoon.
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