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Big 12 Football Coaches Spring Media Teleconference
Tuesday, April 20, 2010   |   10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CT
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10:00 Turner Gill, Kansas Archive
10:10 Bob Stoops, Oklahoma Archive
10:20 Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State Archive
10:30 Bill Snyder, Kansas State Archive
10:40 Gary Pinkel, Missouri Archive
10:50 Tommy Tuberville, Texas Tech Archive
11:00 Art Briles, Baylor Archive
11:10 Paul Rhoads, Iowa State Archive
11:20 Mack Brown, Texas Archive
11:30 Mike Sherman, Texas A&M Archive
11:40 Dan Hawkins, Colorado Archive
11:50 Bo Pelini, Nebraska Archive
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Baylor hopes that quarterback Robert Griffin, coming off a major knee injury, can return to his level of performance that he reached as a freshman. Coach Art Briles goes into his third season continuing to stockpile talent as he tries to move the program above the .500 level. Read More
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After consecutive losing seasons and a 16-33 record in Boulder, Dan Hawkins spent most of spring practice spreading sunshine. That's just the way he is. Hawkins is convinced that the Buffaloes are in position to be successful and competitive in the North Division. Read More
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Qualifying for and winning a bowl game (the Insight) was a dream season for Paul Rhoads' head-coaching debut. Iowa State hopes to build on the success gleaned from 2009. However, any improvement shown might not show up in the standings. Read More
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Turner Gill, the former Nebraska quarterback and assistant coach, proved he could win when he took over and awful Buffalo team and guided it to a bowl game. He takes over a Kansas program that has had unprecedented success recently but there is work to be done. Read More
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Bill Snyder’s return to coaching at Kansas State was neither a roaring success nor was it a complete disaster. What you get with a .500 record is the most middle of in between. Read More
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The Tigers were faced with replacing a group of players, led by quarterback Chase Daniel, who were responsible for 22 victories in two seasons. The transition was successful as Missouri overcame an 0-3 league start to finish 8-5 and reach a bowl game. Read More
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"Is Nebraska back?" When the Huskers wrapped up the season with a 33-0 Holiday Bowl shellacking of Arizona, Pelini answered the "back" question emphatically: "Nebraska's back and we're here to stay!" Read More
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If not for bad luck, Oklahoma would have had no luck at all. The Sooners lost their Heisman Trophy quarterback (Sam Bradford), their All-American tight end (Jermaine Gresham) and the offensive line was in a constant state of flux because of injuries. Read More
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After putting together two of the most productive seasons in Oklahoma State history, coach Mike Gundy goes into his sixth season as the Cowboys coach facing a major rebuilding job. Read More
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There was a good news/bad news spin for Texas' 37-21 loss to Alabama in the BCS National Championship game. The bad news was the Longhorns were vanquished with their best player, Colt McCoy, sidelined by a shoulder injury on the fifth play. Read More
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In Mike Sherman's first season at Texas A&M, the Aggies won four games. Last season, they won six and played in a bowl game. If the improvement continues at a mathematical pace, Year Three should bring (at least) eight victories. Read More
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Tommy Tuberville has made it crystal clear: He's not at Texas Tech to just win games. He wants to win championships. Spring practice marked the start of one of the more intriguing coaching changes this season. Read More