Courtney Linehan, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Texas Tech's Tommy Tuberville is right. It's going to take big change for the Big 12 to stay afloat, even if commissioner Dan Beebe doesn't like to hear it.
Mitch Sherman, Omaha World-Herald: Results of the 2009-10 Big 12 composite sports standings support the hard-to-argue conclusion reached in recent weeks that a powerful minority dominates the 15-year-old league. A look at the league's haves and have nots.
Tim Tucker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia athletic director Damon Evans has resigned after his arrest last week on charges of driving while intoxicated.
Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press: Seantrel Henderson was in Miami on Saturday. The Hurricanes were believed to be Henderson's second choice behind USC, which has been futilely waiting for him to report. (Item is midway through column.) Thanks to College Football Talk.
Brandon Marcello, Whole Hog Sports: Arkansas begins a five-year deal with apparel maker Nike. The school's athletic teams had been outfitted with gear from Adidas for the past six years.
Matt Jones, Times Record Online: Arkansas offensive lineman Anthony Oden, the brother of Portland Trail Blazers center Greg Oden, was arrested by Fayetteville police and charged with driving while intoxicated, careless driving and driving without a license.
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