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Big 12 media days live: Day 2

July, 22, 2014
Jul 22
The Big 12 media days continue on Tuesday in Dallas, as Oklahoma's Bob Stoops and new Texas coach Charlie Strong each take the stage. Keep this page open throughout the day's proceedings as we bring you the latest from our reporters, who will cover all 10 teams at the event.

Big 12 helmet stickers: Week 13

November, 27, 2011
Time to hand out a few awards for a job well done.

Justin Tucker, K, Texas: Tucker's 40-yard kick against Texas A&M will live forever in Texas lore. Case McCoy helped set up the game-winning kick with a 25-yard scramble after the Aggies took the lead with 1:48 left to play, but Tucker's boot was perfect as time expired for the 27-25 victory and the Longhorns got the better of the Aggies in the last Lone Star Showdown for some time.

Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor: Ganaway's previous career highs were 24 carries in this season's opener against TCU and 200 yards in an October victory over Iowa State. With Robert Griffin III out after taking a hit to the head, Ganaway had to carry the load, and he did exactly that. He carried the ball 42 times for 246 yards and a two touchdowns in Baylor's 66-42 win over Texas Tech. Big-time performance in a big spot. The 42 carries were a school record and the 66 points were the most in a conference game in school history.

James Franklin, QB, Missouri: You've got to love some redemption. Franklin threw three first-half interceptions and two of them helped provide Kansas with an early 10-0 lead. Franklin rebounded, though, and threw touchdown passes of 25 and 53 yards to help Missouri beat Kansas 24-10 in the last chapter of that rivalry for awhile, too. He also ran for 45 yards on 17 carries and finished with 187 yards on 14-of-22 passing.

Oklahoma's defense: When the only touchdown of the day is a pass off a defensive lineman's helmet, that's a good day. Iowa State's Jared Barnett put Iowa State up 6-3 off a fortunate bounce, but the Cyclones didn't score again in a 26-6 loss to Oklahoma. The Sooners suffocated the Cyclones and forced four turnovers during a lackluster day for the offense without receiver Ryan Broyles. The defense picked up the slack after a rough outing last week against Baylor.