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The Scoop: Big 12 Media Days

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Big 12 Media Days kicks off on Monday morning in Dallas and Horn Sports will bring you all the latest news from the event. Carrara and Cotcher will be attending and will provide live updates via a variety of methods.


Horn Sports Coverage of Big 12 Media Days:


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  • @HornSports (HornSports account)
  • @MLCotcher (Matt Cotcher's account)
  • @ThatSean (Sean Adam's account)
  • @TexasSports (UT Sports account)
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  • Horn Sports will provide 2 threads on the message boards for our members to follow: A "Big 12 Media Days - Day 1" thread and a "Big 12 Media Days - Day 2" thread.
  • Articles: Horn Sports will provide a recap of Day 1; a recap of Day 2; and a Recap of the Texas event (3 separate articles).
Big 12 Media Days Schedule:


Monday, July 21, 2014


9:00 am - Big 12: Commissioner Bob Bowlsby


10:00 am - Baylor: Quarterback Bryce Petty (QB), Antwan Goodley (WR), Bryce Hager (LB), Shawn Oakman (DE).


10:30 am - Kansas: Nick Harwell (WR), Ben Heeney (LB), Jimmay Mundine (TE), Cassius Sendish (SAF).


11:00 am - TCU: Safety Sam Carter (SAF), defensive tackle Chucky Hunter (DT), Joe Hunt ©, David Porter (WR).


11:30 am - Oklahoma State: Jhajuan Seales (WR), corner back Kevin Peterson (CB), linebacker Ryan Simmons (LB).


12:00 noon - Texas Tech: Wide receiver Bradley Marquez (WR), linebacker Sam Eguavoen (LB), Kenny Williams (RB).


Tuesday, July 22, 2014


10:00 am - Oklahoma: Trevor Knight (QB), Geneo Grissom (LB), Chuka Ndulue (DT), Daryl Williams (DT), Julian Wilson (SAF).


10:30 am - Iowa State: Tom Farniok (OL), Cory Morrissey (DE), E.J. Bibbs (TE), Jevohn Miller (LB).


11:00 am - West Virginia: Kevin White (WR), Daryl Worley (CB), Nick O'Toole (P).

11:30 - Kansas State: Tyler Lockett (WR), Jake Waters (QB), Ryan Mueller (DE), Jonathan Truman (LB), B.J. Finney (OL).


12:00 noon - Texas: Dominic Espinosa, Malcolm Brown (RB), Quandre Diggs (CB).


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Wow and everybody is down on Oklahoma State and yes, they should be. They are going to struggle mightily. The general note is that Texas Tech is underrated, Oklahoma is overrated, and that Texas will not be good and are two or three years away.


I would add that I think TCU is going to be better than advertised and if Auburn can go from 3 - 9 to the National Championship game with a QB that Texas did not want, Texas does not have to be a bad football team.



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