Here's a look at five Big 12 standouts who went from overlooked on signing day to members of the Ultimate ESPN 300.No. 57 Robert Griffin III, quarterback, Baylor: RGIII wasn’t atop the list of elite quarterbacks who signed to play college football in the class of 2008.
We're moving on with our postseason position rankings. Today, it's time for linebackers. If you missed it, here's how I ranked them in the preseason.At this position, depth is a major factor in these rankings.
The season's over, but our look back is just beginning. Here's five things we learned this year in the Big 12.1. In the national title debate, losses mean a lot more than wins.
With the season over, it's time to take a look at the Big 12 in 2012. For now, that means assuming a few things. And we all know what assuming does.It makes us all look like geniuses.
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma tried using defensive back Javon Harris.Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III and receiver Kendall Wright made it obvious that wasn't going to work earlier in the season.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will play for the Big 12 title Saturday night, and you'll see a lot of the talent on the field playing on Sundays in the future.
Add another couple names to Oklahoma's injured list.Receiver Ryan Broyles went down with a knee injury after a 30-yard catch, and was emotional on the sidelines with a handful of coaches and trainers around him before being helped to the locker room.
It's time for a new midseason project here on the Big 12 blog.We've ranked the Big 12's best players before the season. We've done it after the season.
It's that time again. What you need to know about the last weekend in football:Best offensive player: Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma. Jones threw for 367 yards and three touchdowns, but 305 of his yards and all three scores were in the first half of Oklahoma's 55-17 rout of Texas.
Time for our look back at the weekend in the Big 12.Best offensive player: Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State. Facing a 17-point deficit, Weeden turned in an all-world second half, breaking his own school records with 47 completions and 438 passing yards and two touchdowns, which might have been three if not for an incident we'll get to later.
Well done across the Big 12, but still some movement after a 9-1 weekend for Big 12 teams. Bound to be some complaints for not moving up after great weeks, but look around, Big 12 fans: Everybody but the Jayhawks (and Oklahoma State's sleep cycles) had a great week.
Travis Lewis was hopeful. He felt confident he could make the doctors look silly and defy his diagnosis, returning to the the field five weeks after a broken bone in his left foot was expected to sideline him for eight weeks.
1. Oklahoma is clicking, and deserves the No. 1 spot for now. Oklahoma was good everywhere and great in a few spots before racing to a 44-7 lead entering the fourth quarter against a 10-win team from a year ago.
The season kicks off with a nice appetizer in Week 1, but these are the main courses that will decide how 2011 is shaped in the Big 12.1. Dec. 3, Oklahoma at Oklahoma State: This one takes precedence only because it's the finale.
The premiere of the hour-long special following Oklahoma's fall camp, "Hard Knocks" style, was last night on ESPN. I hope you checked it out.It was pretty fantastic.