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0-12, 10th in Big 12
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David Beaty has plenty of time at Kansas

Despite going 0-12 in his first season in Lawrence, Travis Haney is hearing that Beaty will have at least five seasons to turn around the Jayhawks. How safe are coaches' jobs? (Insider)

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6dBrandon Chatmon

Streaming could be the answer to Big 12's woes

As the Big 12 considers its options for the creation of a conference network, a streaming service, though risky, could be a trail-blazing solution.

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10dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 post-spring position rankings: Recap

In looking back over our Big 12 position rankings heading into the summer, Oklahoma -- with talent on both sides of the ball -- winds up on top.

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12dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 post-spring position rankings: DB

Things are stable in our assessment of the conference's defensive backs following spring practices, with Oklahoma the best of the bunch.

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14dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 post-spring position rankings: DL

Things are pretty much where they were before the spring along the conference's defensive lines, with Oklahoma and TCU ahead of the pack.

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17dMax Olson

Stat crunch: Big 12's returning tackles

To complete our study this week of returning experience on the Big 12 post-spring rosters, we're taking a closer look at the defenses.

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17dMax Olson

Big 12 post-spring rankings: WR

There was no movement in the top 6 in our WR rankings from pre-spring to post-spring; the groups at Baylor and Oklahoma State are deep and talented.

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18dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 'Stats and Trends': Defensive efficiency

Over the past four seasons, TCU has had one of the most consistent defenses in the Big 12 -- allowing a league-low 1.61 points per drive allowed.

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19dJake Trotter

Could a league network save the Big 12?

Some league officials see a TV network as a savior for the Big 12. But with substantial hurdles and revenue questions, a network might not be the league cure-all it seems to be.