Big 12 Media Day 2 RecapBig 12 Media days ended Tuesday with two new coaches in Texas and some mainstays in the conference.
Matt Rhule Says Baylor Committed To Correct Wrongs Of The PastMatt Rhule made reference to Baylor's sexual assault scandal even before taking questions during his first appearance at Big 12 football media days.
K-State's Snyder Back For Another Preview And 'Doing Fine'Snyder returned to preview his 26th season with the Wildcats, one with lofty expectations coming off a nine-win season that included a Texas Bowl win, and with most of the offense's production returning.
Oklahoma State Punter Has Own Heisman CampaignThere is already a website with some cool classic graphics and at least one #sinor4heisman T-shirt — the one Zach Sinor wore during Big 12 media days.
Big 12 Media Day 1 RecapThe Big 12 Media days began at the Ford Center at the Star Monday.
Bowlsby Feels Good About Big 12 Despite Negative Perceptions Commissioner Bob Bowlsby says the Big 12's decision to restore a football championship game was based only on the league wanting to optimize its chances of getting a team into the College Football Playoff.
Big 12 Opens Media Days With 3 New CoachesWhen the Big 12 kicks off its football media days on Monday, three new head coaches will take the podium at a new venue for the conference's annual two-day midsummer gathering.
Sooners Without Stoops Still Preseason Pick To Win Big 12Oklahoma is the preseason favorite to win another Big 12 title after coach Bob Stoops' surprise retirement.
Big 12 Preseason Top Players: OU's Mayfield, KU's ArmstrongOU QB Baker Mayfield and Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. have been named the preseason Big 12 players of the year.
Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield Won't Miss Games After ArrestOklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won't miss any game time after his arrest in February.
Mike Gundy Signs New, 5-Year Contract With Oklahoma StateMike Gundy has signed a five-year contract extension with Oklahoma State that will pay him $4.2 million this year followed by a $125,000 raise each year afterward.
Oklahoma Baseball Coach Pete Hughes ResignsHughes had a record of 128-107-1 in four seasons at Oklahoma and finished third in the Big 12 twice. He led the Sooners to a 35-24 record and an NCAA Tournament berth this season.