David Ubben Did anyone ever tell you you dress like one of the bait girls on "To Catch a Predator?" Is it time to bring Mike Leach to Oklahoma State? Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman offers plenty of reasons to do exactly that. Nebraska debuted a new recruiting website featuring a pretty cool, rousing speech from Bo Pelini on the football front page. The Huskers will probably lose money by going to the Holiday Bowl, however, writes Curt McKeever of the Lincoln Journal Star. Two of Oklahoma State's top recruits, including quarterback J.W. Walsh, say they still plan on coming to OSU, whether Dana Holgorsen is there or not. The common thread of Oklahoma's quarterback success this decade has been Josh Heupel, writes John Hoover of the Tulsa World. The one-year anniversary of Turner Gill's hiring came and went on Tuesday, but Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World has a few reasons to be hopeful and fearful about the future. After the trouble in Iowa's drug testing policy, here's how Iowa Stat handles their drug test. Blue-chip juco recruit and former Missouri commitment Sheldon Richardson told Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune that he'll be signing with someone on Wednesday, but won't say who. "Nope, what’s the fun in that?" he said. Baron Batch talks about his road to success, and its beginning in the TicketCity Bowl in his column for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Texas says "nothing is imminent" in its current coaching search, according to Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News. However, regents will be having a special meeting on Friday to discuss said search. From the Did you know? files: Three former Oklahoma quarterbacks are coordinating offenses in BCS bowls this year. Kansas may have found its new athletic director, reports J. Brady McCollough of the Kansas City Star. This is somewhat unbelievable: Colorado may end up playing the second half of its home-and-home series with Cal next year in the Pac-12, but the game will be a nonconference matchup. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.