Next up is Baylor coach Art Briles.
On Baylor's matchup with Rice, Briles said the old Southwest Conference rivalry doesn't have much meaning to it. He said the reason for that is the teams have continued to play on a regular basis since the SWC disbanded.
Briles said his opinion does not matter on conference realingment and would not comment on the subject.
Next up is Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville.
Tubberville said his team listened to George Strait and Waylon Jennings during the Red Raiders delay on Saturday.
He has been extremely pleased with the performance of QB Seth Doege and WR Darrin Moore, who have put up big-time numbers through two games.
Next up is OSU coach Mike Gundy.
On having a short week following the Cowboys' marathon game on Saturday, Gundy said it shouldn't necessarily affect their preparation or performance.
On the game going into early Sunday morning: "I was not excited about our players playing the football game at 2 or 3 in the morning....I know I was kind of like a zombie." Gundy said he was worried about his players well-being.
Gundy said he was not happy with the way OSU played against Tulsa and said his team played soft and lacked enthusiasm.
Gundy said once 11:30 p.m. rolled around, his suggestion was to not play the football game and that he things ultimately the call was Tulsa's, given it was a home game for them.
Next up is Sooners coach Bob Stoops.
Stoops said he leaves realingment talk to Oklahoma's AD and president, but that he has been consulted about it.
On keeping the Big 12 and regional rivalries together, Stoops said, "As the landscape changes, you have to change with it."
On not having LB Travis Lewis for the first few games, Stoops said Lewis did what he had always done and still stepped up and been a vocal leader for the Sooners.
First up is Texas coach Mack Brown.
Brown said this year's team has latched on to the junior and senior leadership more so than last year's squad did.
On realingment, Brown said wherever Texas ends up will not have an effect on the Longhorns' recruiting but that having to travel across the country will be a negative thing for the family of recruits.
Brown said playing in the Rose Bowl has a special personal meaning to him, as some of his fondest memories come from that venue.
More on realingnment, Brown said focusing on high school fans, high school coaches and Texas and college fans is the most important factor.
On an early bye week, Brown said it is favorable for the Longhorns given their tough stretch of opponents coming up.