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March 20, 2012
Wendell Barnhouse is a nationally-known and respected columnist who has spent over 20 years covering collegiate athletics. He has reported from 25 Final Fours and more than three dozen bowl games and has written about the Big 12 and its schools since the conference's beginning. Barnhouse will be updating the Big 12 Insider on happenings and behind-the-scenes information about the conference.

Fatigue led Texas women's basketball coach Gail Goestenkors to hand in her resignation Tuesday.

Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News writes that expectations are higher this time after Baylor has reached the Sweet 16 for the second time in three seasons.

Dennis Dodd of with a great background story on Baylor president Ken Starr and how he once saved a man from the death penalty.

Jason King of writes that even Kansas coach Bill Self was sure that the second-seeded Jayhawks could overcome upset-minded Purdue.

Baylor Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Robert Griffin III hooked up with the New York Times for this Q&A.

Mike Stoops is back on Oklahoma's coaching staff and reunited with his brother Bob.

To survive and advance in the NCAA Tournament, sometimes it's as much about good fortune as good teams or good players. Jesse Newell of the Lawrence Journal-World breaks down how Purdue's final possession worked to the Jayhawks' advantage.


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