Texas Tech head football coach Kliff Kingsbury speaks during a press interview at the Big 12 Football Media Days in the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas on Monday, July 17, 2017. (Rose Baca/The Dallas Morning News)Even with the hot seat speculation building, Coach Bro remained cool this past week at Big 12 media days. Never mind the questions about Kliff Kingsbury's job status, or the 16-21 record the past three seasons, or a defense that has been dreadful even graded on the Big 12 curve.
Matt Rhule, head football coach at Baylor, laughs after a photo opp with the Baylor Bears mascot and cheerleaders after talking to the media at Big 12 Football Media Days held at The Star in Frisco, Texas Tuesday July 18, 2017. (Ron Baselice/ The Dallas Morning News)With a much bigger audience and a much brighter spotlight at Big 12 media days, Rhule made the most of the opportunity.
Tom Herman, head football coach at Texas, talks to the media at Big 12 Football Media Days held at The Star in Frisco, Texas on Tuesday July 18, 2017. (Ron Baselice/ The Dallas Morning News)FRISCO -- Count first-year Texas coach Tom Herman among those who want see his school renew its football rivalry with Texas A&M. Herman fielded the inevitable question at Big 12 media days and quickly endorsed a resumption of the game last played in 2011 with A&M headed to the SEC.
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Selecting a term
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