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Big 12 Football Coaches
Spring Media Teleconference
Tuesday, April 23, 2012
Art Briles, BaylorArchive
Paul Rhoads, Iowa StateArchive
Charlie Weis, KansasArchive
Bill Snyder, Kansas StateArchive
Bob Stoops, OklahomaArchive
Mike Gundy, Oklahoma StateArchive
Gary PattersonArchive
Mack Brown, TexasArchive
Tommy Tuberville, Texas TechArchive
Dana Holgorsen, West VirginiaArchive

The Bears went 10-3, won a bowl game and had a Heisman Trophy winner in quarterback Robert Griffin III. It was, arguably, the greatest season in school history. With Griffin and several other offensive play makers gone, what do the Bears do for an encore? Read More
With each significant and stunning victory, Iowa State has continued to build credibility for its football program. Last season, the Cyclones' upset of Oklahoma State provided the biggest boost year. Read More
Spring practice was a step in the process for Kansas under new coach Charlie Weis. In addition to improving the Jayhawks' record and talent level, Weis is trying to change the team's mental attitude and approach. Read More
Kansas State won 10 games, finished second in the Big 12 and earned a bid to the Cotton Bowl to become one of the most surprising stories last season. Read More
Oklahoma finds itself in a familiar position. The Sooners figure to be one of the favorites to win the Big 12 and should start the season ranked in the top 10 nationally. But it has been 12 seasons since OU last won a national championship and as coach Bob Stoops said last season, it's time. Read More
Oklahoma State is coming off one of the most successful seasons in school history. The Cowboys won the Big 12 title, set a single-season record with 12 victories and won a BCS bowl game (Fiesta). Read More
TCU got an early start and wrapped up spring practice in early April. The schedule had little to do with the school's moving to the Big 12 but it was appropriate. Read More
Texas won a national championship with Vince Young in 2005 and nearly won a national title with Colt McCoy in 2009. Since McCoy's departure, the Longhorns are 13-12 and the quarterback position has been a problem. Read More
Texas Tech lost five of its last six games and that skid resulted in the team's losing record. That ended the Red Raiders' impressive streak of 16 consecutive seasons with a winning record. Read More
West Virginia went through spring practice knowing that when the 2012 season starts in September, the football program will enter a brave new world. The Mountaineers appear perfectly position to make a big splash. Read More
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