The Big 12 blog will be low key today, in observance of Memorial Day.
With spring ball done, we've been updating our Big 12 position group rankings. Next up: Special teams.
Oklahoma's trip to Tennessee holds some intrigue; no matter how you slice in-conference games, the biggest ones probably will involve Baylor.
The strong and weak position groups for Kansas State after spring practice heading into the 2015 season.
A look back at five meaningful games from the 2014 season that could resonate and reshape what we'll get from the Big 12 in 2015.
New coach David Beaty can feel comfortable at defensive end, but there are several holes that need to be filled on the offensive side.
Now that spring ball has ended, we're updating our Big 12 position group rankings over the next two weeks. We continue the series with linebackers.
In this week's Take Two, we examine which new coordinator will make the biggest impact in his first year in the Big 12.
We knew Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman was a certified freak. We didn't know he could do that.
In Tuesday's mailbag we chat Baylor's bowl struggles, plenty of West Virginia and what about Texas to the SEC?
The annual summer attrition of college football has already begun hitting the Oklahoma Sooners.
Texas Tech picked up three commitments over the past seven days, including a sleeper QB who has been invited to the Elite 11 finals.
No other teams in FBS goes into the 2015 with a pair of 1,000-yard receivers, and that's why wide receiver is the strongest position for Baylor.
The Baylor Bears are loaded up front; TCU doesn't have quite the star power but has as deep a group as anyone in the country.
A look at the biggest shoes to fill for each team in the Big 12, starting with former Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty.