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33 min ago | Daily Texan
The Big 12 unofficially kicked off the 2014 football season at the conference's media days at the Omni Dallas Hotel Monday.
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2 hrs ago | Bring On The Cats
He wasn't Art Briles, but Bob Stoops got things off to a fine start. - Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sport Bob Stoops took the stage with a purple handkerchief in his pocket, and then proceeded to be the first coach this week to open his session with the superflous mention of all the players attending Media Days.
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6 hrs ago | ESPN
The first day of Big 12 media days delivered several compelling storylines. Here's what to expect from Day 2 in Dallas: Iowa State Cyclones Attending: Coach Paul Rhoads, tight end E.J. Bibbs , center Tom Farniok , defensive end Cory Morrissey , linebacker Jevohn Miller .
The weekend came and went without a commitment attached to Friday's Under The Lights event for the Texas Longhorns , but that changed on Monday evening when Burton athlete Louis Brown tweeted out his commitment to the Horns: JUST COMMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS #HOOK 'EM.
The Oklahoma Sooners saw a new quarterback walk on to the team this year, but his chances of playing are still up in the air.
The first salvo at Mike Gundy was asking him the ever-present pre-season question: what's the quarterback situation? Gundy mentioned nobody but J.W. Walsh , so there shouldn't be any surprises.
Before Kliff Kingsbury took the stage, Kenny Williams was interviewed out in the hallway about his conversion to a two-way player.
Those were the first words out of Art Briles mouth as he took his seat, and his session with the media was very much laced with that sardonic Texas wit.
"Still got a couple weeks of vacation left, right?" That kicked off Charlie Weis's appearance in Dallas, and one wonders if he was actually serious.
Jul 21, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Oklahoma Sooners cheerleaders and mascot Boomer pose for a photo during the Big 12 Media Day at the Omni Dallas.
Heeney, a linebacker from Hutchinson and preseason All-Big 12 first-team selection, is the marquee man on CaptainHeeney.com, a promotional website unveiled Friday by the KU football program.
Big 12 football reporter David Ubben of Fox Sports Southwest spends some time on the Ford Sports Xtra to discuss the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys, and some of the other expected league contenders heading into the 2014 season.
Coach Bob Stoops and five players will represent Oklahoma on Tuesday in Dallas for Big 12 Media Days.
Baylor Bears quarterback Bryce Petty celebrates on the field as the final seconds tick off the clock on their 41-12 win over the Oklahoma Sooners at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco, Thursday, November 7, 2013.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:20 am
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