More than ever we are seeing a growing number of freshmen make instant impacts across the college football landscape. Here is a look at a few freshmen that could make a difference for their respective Big 12 programs in 2014.
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Which true freshman will make an immediate impact in the Big 12? And will Oklahoma and Texas challenge for the league crown?
The Big 12 Conference has plenty of games to look forward to this fall, with rivalries, rematches and scores to settle across the conference.
With only 100 days until college football starts, here are 100 things -- from Jim Harbaugh to Baylor's 400-pound TE -- we're looking forward to.
Under Mack Brown, Texas fans grew accustomed to racking up virtually itsÂ entire recruiting class by the end of the spring evaluation period.
The 1974 Rompin' Stompin' Barn Dance and Bar B.Q. became an infamous footnote in the history of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Answering questiona about conference rivals, freaks of the league and what Keith Ford's departure means for the Oklahoma backfield.
With spring ball done, we've been updating our Big 12 position group rankings. Next up: Special teams.
Oklahoma's trip to Tennessee holds some intrigue; no matter how you slice in-conference games, the biggest ones probably will involve Baylor.
Kendell Jones is a 6-foot-5, 361-pound monster of a recruit who is down to Alabama, Texas, Texas A&M, LSU or Baylor. But it wasn't always that way. He had to learn to get tough.
Dana Holgorsen believes he has has best defense, and it's led by a deep and talented secondary; Oklahoma's DBs won't take a backseat.
The Longhorns are more likely to play in Dubai than renew the annual rivalry with Texas A&M.
Baylor has been one of the few Big 12 programs excelling this spring, but ESPN 300 RB Kameron Martin looking hard at Texas could change all that.
A look back at five meaningful games from the 2014 season that could resonate and reshape what we'll get from the Big 12 in 2015.
Now that spring ball has ended, we're updating our Big 12 position group rankings over the next two weeks. We continue the series with linebackers.
Charlie Strong says his 6–7 debut season was an embarrassment that’ll never happen again at Texas. But entering Year 2, there’s still plenty of building to do before the Longhorns are Big 12 title contenders again.