The Dallas Morning News' Chuck Carlton reports that no school being considered for Big 12 expansion has drawn the required eight votes to join the conference.
Sports Business Daily's John Ourand and Michael Smith report that ESPN and FOX have concerns about the Big 12's plans for expansion.
CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reports that the Big 12 would like to wrap up the expansion process before the start of the season.
In a poll of 23 Big 12 and SEC coaches, Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops was named the coach who his peers would most want a son to play for.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Wednesday that it's "a sellers' market— and we’re the sellers, and there are a lot of eager buyers."
The Big 12 will explore expanding by two or four schools and has instructed commissioner Bob Bowlsby to evaluate universities interested in joining.
Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione indicated that there is no timetable for the Big 12 to discuss expansion.
Oklahoma has eight scholarships available.
Oklahoma awarded HC Bob Stoops a one-year contract extension and a $25,000 raise.
Oklahoma president David Boren said that television markets are not the driving force of any possible expansion from the Big 12.
Oklahoma president David Boren said that "the boat [has] sailed" on a potential Big 12 Network.
Oklahoma president Dave Boren said that the Big 12 was "absolutely unified" in its decision to implement a conference championship game starting in 2017.
In a vote of 10-0, the Big 12 approved a plan for a conference title game in 2017.
Oklahoma president David Boren stressed patience in regards to the potential of conference expansion.