SEC Commissioner Mike Slive States the Obvious while Oklahoma and Texas Discuss the Future

Southeastern Conference  commissioner Mike Slive said in a statement Monday he expects Texas A&M to be a member of the SEC in 2012. Slive also said they are looking at schedules for 2012-13 involving 13 teams. SEC members actually voted […]

College Football Helps Unite a Country Ten Years After 9/11

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Ten years ago our entire way of life was threatened by what President Bush called, “a faceless coward.” While the events on 9/11 were tragic, their overall mission failed. Football fans are still filling stadiums throughout the country. Our passion and desire […]

The Big 12 Impresses Again as the Iowa State Cyclones Claim Victory Against Rival Iowa

James White scored on a 4-yard TD run in triple overtime to give the Iowa State Cyclones a 44-41 victory over in-state rival Iowa (1-1). White also scored in the second overtime to put Iowa State (2-0) ahead 38-31, but […]

Despite Re-alignment Talk, Big 12 Could Come Back Stronger Than Ever

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Everyone seems to have their theory as to where the Big 12 teams will end up. Oklahoma is supposed to head out to the Pac 12. Texas A&M is going to the SEC. Oklahoma State is going with Oklahoma, I […]

Big 12 Power Poll – Week 2: Baylor Bears on the Rise

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The Big 12 is getting plenty of attention from the rest of the country. Unfortunately, it’s for what’s happening off the field. Meanwhile, on the field, some pretty impressive football is being played. Here’s how the 2nd edition of the […]

How did the Big 12 go from Hero to Zero?

In February of 1994 the Big 8 joined four teams from the Southwest Conference to form the Big 12. Immediately the new conference was tagged as a “super conference.” Despite all the success on the field, the Big 12 appears […]

Oklahoma Sooners Coach Bob Stoops Hints New Pac 16 Could Mean End to Red River Rivalry

According to Oklahoma football head coach Bob Stoops, the Sooners would not need Texas to join them in the Pac 12 and their annual rivalry with the Longhorns would not be “necessary” if the two did separate. Tuesday, during his […]

Big 12 Week in Review: Week 1 (Baylor Bears are for Real)

After the first week of play in the Big 12, the hot topic around the conference is centered around it’s uncertainty. Week 1 provided a few small disappointments but also gave us a couple of unexpected surprises. The Baylor Bears […]

Sources Report Former Sooner and Tampa Bay Bucs Star Lee Roy Selmon Officially Dead at 56

According to the Tampa Tribune, former All-American and Oklahoma Sooner great Lee Roy Selmon has passed away. Selmon suffered a major stroke on Friday. Conflicting reports on Friday said Selmon had passed two days ago. Later on Friday it was […]

Robert Griffin, Baylor Bears Make Statement in Win Over TCU


Robert Griffin III came into Friday nights game with TCU determined to prove there’s more than two big time quarterbacks in the Big 12. Not only did he do that, but the Baylor Bears also proved they are a big […]

University of Oklahoma President David Boren Preparing to Leave the Big 12

It appears the Oklahoma Sooners could be the one to pull the plug on the Big 12′s life support. University of Oklahoma President David Boren told reporters Friday that OU is shopping around for a new conference. Boren also admitted […]

Reports of Lee Roy Selmon’s Death are False

A Tampa, Florida television station may have jumped the gun Friday when they reported that Hall of Famer and former Sooner All-American Lee Roy Selmon had died of a stroke. Tampa television and radio reports have said Selmon has passed […]