The game was exhausting for practically anyone who saw it. What can we take away, though, from the roller coaster on the grounds of the State...
The Sooners and Longhorns both need a win. Who get's it done?
One thing's for certain in 2020: the Big 12 is anything but boring.
The Battle For The Chancellor's Spurs takes place as conference play commences.
With non-conference play in the books, now's the time to reflect on what we learned from the last week.
Most of the teams in the Big 12 have officially kicked off their seasons. What can we take away from the first week of action?
Texas has the potential to make it back to the 'ship, but they've got some things to work out to get there.
Iowa State has some key starters back in 2020, but can they make a leap forward this season?
Chris Klieman surprised many in his first year, but plenty of starters are gone from that team.
Kansas is headed in the right direction, but the Jayhawks definitely have some questions to answer in 2020.
Aranda will try to instill a championship culture with a relatively inexperienced group.
The second year man has enough coming back to continue moving forward in 2020.
If they can stay healthy, the Cowboys look like a prime candidate to compete for the Big 12 Championship.
Despite the lack of obvious stars, the Sooners are still the justifiable favorite in the Big 12.
The Red Raiders could be better in 2020, but they'll have some obstacles to overcome.
The Horned Frogs go into 2020 looking to step forward with a talented but less experienced squad.
Some familiar names from Big 12 play are likely to hear their names called on Day Two of the NFL Draft.
Multiple players from the Big 12 could be part of an NFL franchise by the end of Round 1 tonight.
Previewing where Oklahoma stands as the Sooners head into spring practices.