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June 05, 2011
Third-seeded Kent State handed Texas ace Taylor Jungmann his first loss at home and put the Longhorns into the loser's bracket of the Austin Regional.

Texas A&M's bats have come alive in the postseason as the Aggies have moved into great position to win the College Station Regional.

Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star writes that after its annual spring meetings, the Big 12 Conference is following the motto that less is more.

Steve Walentik, who covers Missouri's basketball team for the Columbia Daily Tribune, ranks his top 12 returning players in Big 12 basketball for the 2011-12 season.

Jessica Shults, Oklahoma's second-team All-American, is being treated for pan ulcerative colitis.

Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune kicks off his excellent off-season look at Big 12 Conference football by breaking down the top 10 nonconference games involving league teams.

Brent Zwenerman of the San Antonio Express-News writes about the Big 12's decision not to change its name.

Coach Bob Stoops is struggling to deal with the deaths that have impacted the Oklahoma football program.

Kansas defensive coordinator Carl Torbush resigned this week. He has been diagnosed with low-grade prostate cancer.

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