You never know what kind of pairings Big 12 media days will bring about. Like, say, Charlie Weis and rapper Nelly.
The SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 are kicking off a long five months of College Football Playoff posturing. Here are the go-to statements for each.
Cat Conti will officiate Southeast Missouri at Kansas on September 6.
There will be four playoff teams, and there are five power conferences. Without a conference title game (and its strength-of-schedule bump), the Big 12 begins this new era at a disadvantage.
The Big 12 media has submitted its preseason poll for the Big 12, and the favorite to win is Oklahoma.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis either has trouble counting, extremely low expectations, or is just incredibly sarcastic. Maybe all three.
Former Kansas and BYU quarterback Jake Heaps will spend his final season of eligibility at Miami.
As reported in April, former five-star recruit and BYU quarterback Jake Heaps is leaving Kansas's football program.
The early season college football television schedule is nearing completion as the Big 12 and Pac-12 announced more kickoff times.
Clearly the SEC has different needs than smaller conferences, which will play itself out in NCAA legislative changes. But that doesn't mean there isn't some common ground.

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