Dallas Colleges: Mark Womack
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.
February, 25, 2012
By David Ubben | ESPNDallas.com
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- The BCS will eventually move to something resembling a playoff because it has to, writes Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman. He also checks in from Texas' camp, where Mack Brown is employing some schoolhouse techniques to toughen up his team.
- Texas is sticking with two quarterbacks this spring and won't have a depth chart until August, writes Jimmy Burch of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
- Who should the Big 12 hire as its new commissioner? How about Mark Womack, the executive associate commissioner of the SEC?
- Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman imagines a college football world in which college football programs scheduled with guts.
- Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram breaks down three big position battles at TCU's spring camp.
- Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden and Baylor's Robert Griffin III will both be featured on the ESPN pre-draft special, "QB Camp" with Jon Gruden.
- The Rams are reportedly shopping the No. 2 pick. Colleague John Clayton tells you what that means for RG3.
- Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World catches up with Jayhawks linebacker Steven Johnson before his time at the NFL combine.
- Geoff Coyle of WV Illustrated does the same with Mountaineers linebacker Najee Goode.
- Texas plans to install a statue of Ricky Williams next to the statue of Earl Campbell. It will be 8 feet tall and weigh 1,000 pounds. Just like Ricky Williams.
- The Longhorns' best option at tight end, M.J. McFarland, is looking to make a name for himself, writes the Statesman's Mark Rosner.
- How'd the first year of beer sales at West Virginia's stadium go? AD Oliver Luck is preparing to fill in the school's Board of Governors.