Two long weeks into Kansas University’s football season, the fan base understandably is frustrated. But it could be worse. You could be a supporter of the Texas Longhorns. By Tom Keegan
Spread offenses choreographed by accomplished coaches and speedy receivers have played a big role in the Big 12 fielding the nation’s most exciting scoring machines, but gifted quarterbacks deserve even more credit. By Tom Keegan
Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads described it as the most boring, uneventful and terrific media days in his five years with the Cyclones. By Jesse Newell
During his first season coaching the Mountaineers in the Big 12, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen had the luxury of getting the ball to three of the country’s most dynamic offensive weapons to keep up with a wide-open and fast-paced offensive league. By Matt Tait
If a good quarterback is the key to winning in the Big 12, then the Texas Longhorns should feel good about their chances in 2013. By Jesse Newell
Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk has given up watching ESPN. He says it just makes him mad that his team doesn’t get the publicity it deserves. By Jesse Newell
Oklahoma center Gabe Ikard pulled out his phone to check his list, then told a reporter at Big 12 media days he was the 42nd person that day to ask him who the Sooners’ starting quarterback would be this season. By Jesse Newell
TCU football coach Gary Patterson knew the 2012 season was going to be a challenge for his Horned Frogs in their Big 12 debut. By Matt Tait
First-year Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury didn't mind going into fall camp with a quarterback competition. By Jesse Newell
For the first time in Big 12 history, Oklahoma State was the preseason pick by media members to win the league. OSU coach Mike Gundy is taking the selection as a compliment. By Jesse Newell
In 2009, the Baylor Bears finished tied with Kansas University at the bottom of the Big 12 Conference standings, 1-7 in Big 12 play and 4-8 overall. Three years later the Bears sat at Big 12 media days talking about conference titles, national championships and Heisman Trophies. By Matt Tait
Texas football coach Mack Brown, whose team was picked to finish fourth in the Big 12 preseason media poll, said Tuesday he did not put too much stock in the ranking because he believed the Big 12 was the most balanced conference in the country. Brown backed up his claim by pointing at a KU team he thinks 'will be back soon.' By Matt Tait
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, now in his second year on the job, kicked off Big 12 Media Days by addressing the media for 20 minutes and then fielding questions for another 20.
Bob Bowlsby was only a few weeks into his new job as Big 12 commissioner when at the league’s football media days last July he kept repeating the same thing to all who would listen.
Texas Tech coach Chris Walker is hoping his Red Raiders, who were plastered by KU, 79-42, on March 4, benefit from some March Madness today against the Jayhawks in a 2 p.m., Big 12 tournament quarterfinal. By Gary Bedore