David Ubben They call me the Hiphopopotamus, my lyrics are bottomless. Nebraska's solid pair of kickers, kickoff specialist Adi Kunalic and All-American place-kicker Alex Henery, received Blackshirts on Monday. Landry Jones deserves more credit than he gets, and it's time to add him to the wall of great Sooners quarterbacks, writes Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman. A bitter racial divide in the early 20th century kept Missouri and Iowa from meeting on the field since 1910, writes David Briggs of the Columbia Tribune. A pair of extremes -- both high and low -- have had a big influence on Missouri's approach to tonight's Insight Bowl, writes Joan Niesen of the Columbia Missourian. Former Kansas coach Mark Mangino would be a good fit as Nebraska's offensive coordinator if Shawn Watson takes another job, writes Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World. Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville expounded a bit on the circumstances surrounding his defensive coordinator's sudden exit from the program. Nebraska's coaches expect a new Jake Locker in the Holiday Bowl, much improved from the one the Blackshirts roughed up earlier in the year. Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon is officially back from an ankle injury that hampered him late in the season. And Dana Holgorsen wouldn't be ready for his new head-coaching gig without Blackmon and quarterback Brandon Weeden. Austin Meek of the Topeka Capital-Journal catches up with K-State athletic director John Currie, who offers some insight into what it's been like battling the weather in New York City. Nebraska quarterback Cody Green says it's time to back off a little bit when it comes to criticism of Huskers offensive coordinator Shawn Watson. Colorado AD Mike Bohn had his busiest year ever in 2010, but the work isn't done yet, writes Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera. A mission trip to Kenya changed the life of Baylor defensive tackle Phil Taylor, writes Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.