After 16 years, the BCS era is finally over. Next season, college football will have a playoff instead. With the BCS done, we've come up with our Big 12 all-BCS era team (1998-2013) below: Offense QB: Vince Young, Texas (2003-05) -- Young led Texas to its first national title in 35 years with an unforgettable performance in the Rose Bowl against USC.
about 191 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas A&M Aggies
Welcome to the final -- Miller version! -- mailbag of 2013. Follow the Pac-12 blog on Twitter. To the notes! Nick from Phoenix writes: Chip Kelly and Oregon surprised many a few years ago when they flipped DeAnthony Thomas from USC by promising him a chance to play offense and not make him a corner, as USC planned to do.
The Big 12 has featured some prolific wide receiver tandems over the years. Baylor's Tevin Reese and Antwan Goodley, however, have a chance to top that list. This season, Reese is second in the Big 12 with 118 yards receiving a game.
about 261 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
Days before the Sooners annual Red River Rivalry game with Texas, Bob Stoops couldn't keep the look of excitement off his face. The Oklahoma coach walked into the Adrian Peterson Team Meeting Room to meet the media with a gleam of joy in his eye.
about 387 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Oklahoma's defense made it through the second week of November and had given up more than 21 points just twice. The Sooners lost both games, but any good Big 12 offense can feel good about its chances if its defense gives up just 24 and 30 points, especially at home.
about 482 days ago | David Ubben | Oklahoma Sooners
Every Thursday, the SoonerNation staff will answer a roundtable question about OU football. Leave a comment or talk about it in our "There's Only One" forum. Today's question: Which game in 2013, outside of at Notre Dame and at Oklahoma State, should be considered a land mine for the Sooners?
about 545 days ago | SoonerNation staff | Oklahoma Sooners
AUSTIN, Texas -- Dana Holgorsen's run game was going nowhere. And since Texas was only on West Virginia's schedule once, the Mountaineers coach was searching for answers. "We had to do something," he said after the decision to move wide receiver Tavon Austin to running back.
about 552 days ago | Carter Strickland | Texas Longhorns
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Oklahoma's defense had heard the legends about Johnny Football. They'd seen the highlight reels and trophy acceptance speeches. Until Friday, though, they had never stepped on the same field with the first freshman to win a Heisman Trophy.
about 565 days ago | David Ubben | Texas A&M Aggies