A Variety Of Stories From Big 12 Media Days
Courtesy: Wendell Barnhouse, Big 12 Insider
          Release: 07/25/2012
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Wendell Barnhouse is a nationally-known and respected columnist who has spent over 20 years covering collegiate athletics. He has reported from 24 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.

David Ubben covers the Big 12 for ESPN.com like ozone covers the Earth. Here's his "best of" from Day Two.

Oklahoma's secondary gave up too many big plays last season and Demontre Hurst says he and his fellow defensive backs have a new attitude going into this season.

Tim Griffin of the San Antonio Express-News explains why it's good times for Baylor.

New Kansas coach Charlie Weis displayed humor and honesty during his time with the media.

Junior linebacker Jordan Hicks, who was hampered by a hamstring injury last season, is ready to be a defensive leader for Texas.

With a freshman slated to start at quarterback, Oklahoma State's veterans say they have to provide leadership.

Oklahoma is the media's pick to win the Big 12 title but the Sooners have their work cut out thanks to the additions of West Virginia and TCU.

West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, selected by the media as the preseason offensive player of the year, has gotten stronger in the weight room.

West Virginia's representatives at media displayed plenty of confidence about being one of the new kids on the Big 12 block.

 

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