David Ubben Yah mo murdered a lot of people out there. They're not people, James Ingram. They're Jimmy Buffett fans. Did the Big 12 express an interest in San Diego State during realignment this past summer? "I can't talk about that," said SDSU president Stephen Weber. (Note: I also am unable to talk about the Chicago Bulls' interest in me as a point guard.) Nebraska still has plenty of drama with a week before signing day, writes Brian Christopherson of the Lincoln Journal Star. Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden told Dave Curtis at The Sporting News that he almost left OSU. "My grade came back pretty good. I contemplated it, probably the week after the bowl game. It was probably 75-25, I was leaning toward leaving," he said. A sports firm that helps players select agents produced a video about the process with plenty of interesting input from Oklahoma players. Is Blaine Gabbert going to be the No. 1 quarterback in the 2011 NFL draft? A roundtable of St. Louis Post-Dispatch writers weigh in. Oklahoma's top recruit, receiver Trey Metoyer, is still working on becoming eligible, reports Jake Trotter of The Oklahoman. Oklahoma State swiped a defensive tackle commit from Texas Tech. Three Oklahoma assistants are set to get raises, pending approval from the OU Board of Regents. Colorado got a commitment from a new kicker from California. Conferences earned $170 million from bowl games this year. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.