Big 12 Coaches Stock Report: Who's Safe, Who Isn't and Who Deserves an Extension

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Big 12 Coaches Stock Report: Who's Safe, Who Isn't and Who Deserves an Extension
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On Wednesday, the Dallas Morning News reported that Baylor head coach Art Briles had agreed to a 10-year extension through the 2023 season. In the process, it all but officially eliminates Briles from any coaching carousel conversation. 

It's hard to say Briles hasn't earned it. In nearly six seasons, he's morphed Baylor from a Big 12 bottom-dweller to a program on the cusp of a possible national championship appearance. With the brand of Baylor football as visible as it has ever been, the Bears look like they'll be in good hands for a long time. 

But in light of the Briles news, it's time to take a look at which coaches in the Big 12 are safe, which ones aren't and which ones should be locked down with an imaginary, Bleacher Report-approved extension of their own. 

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