1. Five Way-Too-Early Predictions for Baylor's 2015 Football Season

    Baylor's 2014 campaign may be over, but football never really ends. Before long, we will have signing day and have a chance to look forward to next year's team during spring practices...

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  2. Oklahoma State Football: Projecting the 2015 Cowboy Defense

    The first time I talked to Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer this season, it was July in the Karsten Creek clubhouse.....

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  3. Stoops Vows to Lead OU Back to Nat'l Title Contention

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  4. Texas Tech Hoping Gibbs Can Deliver Stability

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  5. January Official Visitors

    There are limited spots left in the 2015 class for the Longhorns, and with several prospects left to take their official visits to Texas, January is going to be a busy month...

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  6. Best and Worst of the Big 12 Bowls

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  7. TCU's Claim to Next Year's National Championship

    Oh, yes. The hype machine for TCU in 2015 has been warmed up. A sharp pull of the starting lever, a quick whiff of ozone, and it's up and ready to go. That's the result of the Horned Frogs' 42-3 rout over Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl...

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  8. 5 Best Candidates to Take Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator Job

    Oklahoma has fired its second co-offensive coordinator in less than a week, this time sending a pink slip to school legend Josh Heupel—who quarterbacked the Sooners to a national title in 2000—per Thayer Evans of SI...

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  9. Oklahoma Offensive Coordinator Josh Heupel Let Go

    Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel has been let go, according to a source.....

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  10. Source: Cal's Rob Likens to Become KU Football Offensive Coordinator

    A source with knowledge of Kansas University football coach David Beaty's coaching staff told The Journal-World on Monday night that Cal's Rob Likens, who served as the Golden Bears' ...

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  11. Texas Tech, Houston Announce Defensive Coordinatorhires

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  12. Texas Football: The Biggest Offseason Storylines for the Longhorns

    2014 was an intense year for the Texas football program. The Longhorns hired a new head coach and replaced almost every assistant coach, dismissed nine players from the program and underwent the second losing season in the last 16 years...

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  13. Oklahoma CB Zack Sanchez Announces He's Returning

    Bob Stoop's team's chances of improving next fall got some help Monday, as Zack Sanchez announced he'll be returning to Norman, Okla., for at least one more season...

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  14. Big 12 Recruiting Scorecard

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  15. Safety Joseph to Return for Senior Season

    West Virginia safety Karl Joseph will play his senior season with the Mountaineers, a source told the Charleston Daily Mail Sunday.....

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  16. Early Leaders Emerge in Texas' Coaching Search

    While most Texas fans were busy watching the flurry of recruiting commitments over the past few days, head coach Charlie Strong had more than just recruiting on his mind.....

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  17. Former Bama Deputy AD Replacing Luck at WVU

    Shane Lyons, the deputy athletic director at the University of Alabama, has been named the next athletic director at West Virginia University. The announcement was made by WVU president E...

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  18. Texas Football: Ranking the 5 Best Redshirt Freshmen for the Longhorns

    The Texas Longhorns are getting younger in 2015, bringing in 27 recruits after redshirting much of last year's haul. Just like the true freshmen, several members of that group are going to have to play a major role next season...

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  19. 4-Star QB Wallace Commits to TTU for 2016

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  20. Spencer Tillman: Problems Bob Stoops Faces Are Politics, Academic Standards

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  21. Reports: Oklahoma Fires Co-Offensive Coordinator Jay Norvell

    Oklahoma went from a preseason darling, picked by many to be one of the four teams to play in the first College Football Playoff, to a team that finished the 2014 season 8-5...

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  22. Report: Oklahoma Won't Retain Co-OC Norvell

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  23. Johnson Commits to Give Horns Final Piece of 'Florida Five'

    Texas has already made their dip into Florida on several occasions for the 2015 recruiting class, and today the Longhorns landed another Sunshine State prospect when Georgia Prep Sports Academy product Gilbert Johnson verbally committed to the Longhorns.

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  24. Texas Bowl Drew Large TV Audience

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  25. Texas DE Cedric Reed Reportedly Played the Entire Season with a Torn Meniscus

    Coming off an excellent junior season and playing under new head coach Charlie Strong, high hopes abounded for Texas defensive end Cedric Reed in 2014...

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