Nebraska players making the tunnel walk on red carpet. Red balloons climbing to the clouds after the Cornhuskers’ first score. The visiting team receiving a standing ovation after the game’s final play.
Newcomers West Virginia and TCU are fitting in nicely to the pass-crazy Big 12.
TCU’s football players and coaches, who competed in the Mountain West Conference the past seven seasons, have heard a lot about life in the Big 12.
Gary Patterson’s past is full of moments in Kansas.
A look at Kansas University's match-up with TCU.
There are no plans to roll out the red carpet, offer baked goods or host a reception of any kind. In fact, as far as first meetings go, the Kansas University football team is hoping to make today’s Welcome to the Big 12 party for TCU one the Horned Frogs would like to forget.
When TCU quarterback Casey Pachall took the field for last week’s season opener against Grambling State, he did so under a little pressure.
First-year Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis thinks highly of the job Gary Patterson has done at TCU. Only a dumb guy would think otherwise.
Big 12 teams are piling up crazy stats again, just like they do every September. The difference this year? The numbers are not all through the air.
The Big 12 has reached an agreement with ESPN and Fox Sports on a 13-year contract reportedly worth $2.6 billion to televise football and men's basketball through 2024-25.
It was a perfect Week 1 for the retooled Big 12, at least as far as the scoreboard goes. All nine of the league’s members in action, including newcomer West Virginia, got off to winning starts.
Bob Bowlsby, the Big 12’s first-year commissioner, toured Kansas University’s campus and athletic-department facilities Wednesday and Thursday.
On the surface, West Virginia looks like a perfect fit as a new member of the Big 12 Conference.
After posting 36 victories over the last three years, the TCU football team will get a chance to prove it can maintain success against better competition in 2012.
After finishing 10-3 in 2011, which included a trip to the Cotton Bowl, Kansas State was picked sixth in the Big 12 preseason poll.