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There are five Big 12 vs. FBS games this weekend and after going 3-3 in Week 1, here are my Week 2 Big 12 picks against the spread, including Iowa State vs. Iowa, Texas vs. Arkansas, Oklahoma State vs. Tulsa, TCU vs. Cal and Kansas at Coastal Carolina!
The Big 12 Conference is reportedly set to add BYU, Cincinnati, UCF and Houston this week. How does the Big 12 need to look at itself moving forward? Also a HUGE shake up in the Week 2 Big 12 Football Power Rankings after some surprise Week 1 performances!
I look back on Week 1 of the Big 12 football season where the Kansas State Wildcats carried the Big 12's water, Oklahoma and Iowa State looked shaky, the West Virginia Mountaineers disappointed and much more as we run through all 10 games from the week!
I'm joined this week by Tim Fitzgerald of GoPowercat to discuss the rocky few weeks for the Big 12, what the conference should do moving forward, while also looking ahead to the Kansas State Wildcats football season and discussing this Saturday's game against the Stanford Cardinal.
Week 0 of the college football season proved the Big 12 Conference is still alive and well and should view itself as such compared to the Pac-12, Big Ten and others. Also, the Texas Longhorns name their starting quarterback and we have our Week 1 Power Rankings!
I was joined this week by Brett Ciancia of Pick Six Previews, voted the "most accurate Power 5" preview magazine in college football, to take a look at the Big 12 season. Who can challenge the Oklahoma Sooners? Where is the strength in the middle of the conference? That and much more!
After the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 rolled out their "alliance" on Tuesday, the Big 12 Conference should not worry because the alliance is completely toothless and meaningless. Also, the Big 12 hires Oliver Luck, what does it mean? And we've got lots of Big 12 players on the AP Preseason All-America Team!
Nebraska Football is in hot water with the NCAA and a new report says head coach Scott Frost was in favor of cancelling their game against the Oklahoma Sooners this season. Should the Big 12 make a call to Nebraska now that they're floundering? Also, new Big 12 odds are out and we find the best value bets heading into the 2021 college football season!
There's plenty to discuss this week as the Big 12 gets left behind as the Pac-12, ACC and Big Ten reportedly are discussing an alliance, plus I rank the Big 12 quarterbacks ahead of the college football season, and it looks like College GameDay isn't going to be at Cy-Hawk this year, but I understand why.
I'm joined by Phil Steele of the legendary Phil Steele's College Football Preview Magazine to dive into the upcoming Big 12 football season, who can compete with the Oklahoma Sooners, discuss the depth of the conference and who might be able to make a College Football Playoff!
This week I dive into four Big 12 teams being ranked in the USA Today Preseason Coaches Poll for the 2021 college football season. Plus, could Big 12 schools end up suing ESPN? One U.S. Senator thinks so. Also, Kansas State finally stands up for itself and Matt Campbell with the conference realignment quote of the month all coaches should use!
247Sports host Josh Pate joined me to talk about conference realignment, what's at stake for the other eight teams in the league, its strength moving forward and yes, we talk about on-the-field issues heading into the 2021 college football season!
The Texas state legislature is set to meet to discuss the economic impacts of the Big 12 losing the Sooners and Longhorns to the SEC. Keeping the Big 12 together is still better than some other options, but can it work? Plus, Oklahoma State balks at continuing Bedlam with Oklahoma, but will it last?
I'm joined by Kevin Kietzman, formerly of 810 Sports Radio in Kansas City and now hosts the popular Kansas City podcast "Kevin Kietzman Has Issues", to discuss the Big 12 suing ESPN, what is means for the future of the conference, plus college football and how it can survive going forward.
In today's show, we discuss how Oklahoma and Texas made it official when they reached out to the SEC on Tuesday requesting to join the conference. Meanwhile, it's important to remember in the conference realignment talk that what's good for fans don't matter. With that being said, we dive into today's latest rumors and I answer your questions from Facebook Live.
The Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns informed the Big 12 Conference their plans to leave for the SEC. What does that mean for the Big 12? Where do teams like the Iowa State Cyclones and Kansas Jayhawks go? Can TCU, Baylor and Texas Tech end up in the Pac-12 as a packaged deal? What about Kansas State, Oklahoma State and West Virginia? We discuss it all with the latest news and rumors!
With the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns all but certain to be leaving the Big 12 for the SEC, what happens now? How does college football realignment take place with the remaining teams or can the Big 12 Conference stay in tact?
It's an emergency podcast after yesterday's news that Oklahoma and Texas may be on the verge of leaving the Big 12 Conference for the SEC. What does this mean? What is the likelihood? What can stop it? I dive into all of those issues and am joined by Matthew Postins to get his opinion as well.
This week I recapped the top storylines from Big 12 Media Days with Sam Mayes of The Franchise in Oklahoma City as we dive into Texas expectations, Mike Gundy's confidence for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and much more as the college football season approaches.
This week we announced our Heartland College Sports Preseason All-Big 12 Awards, plus our Preseason All-Big 12 offense and defense. Also, the Kansas Jayhawks have another black eye for the program and the Big 12 recruiting scene gets even more impressive.
This week is Big 12 Media Days at AT&T Stadium in Texas and I discuss the top five storylines from Steve Sarksian taking over the Texas Longhorns to the Iowa State Cyclones feeling the pressure and more. Plus, Matthew Postins joins me to preview a great couple of days of getting ready for the Big 12 football season.
With college football around the corner, is the Big 12 Conference a two-team race between the Oklahoma Sooners and Iowa State Cyclones? Or can someone else crash the party? That, plus Big 12 media days is right around the corner!
This week I dive into the Name, Image and Likeness issues for college athletes with former Kansas State Wildcats wide receiver Curry Sexton, who is now an attorney in Kansas City. Plus, we discuss the state of the Wildcats and the future under Chris Klieman!
This week I discuss how the Big 12 is making impressive gains on the college football recruiting trail, plus we get into the big news this week around the NCAA approving athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness starting this month. Will it be as lucrative as some believe it will be?
I'm joined this week by Iowa State athletics director Jamie Pollard to discuss the program digging out of the pandemic, his advice to other AD's looking for the next Matt Campbell, what the Name, Image and Likeness issue means for his program, and emphatically putting an end to any thought he could end up at Nebraska.
With the college football season inching closer, I picked over/under for win totals for each Big 12 football team ahead of the season. Plus, it was a tough week for the Texas Longhorns, but good recruiting week for the West Virginia Mountaineers and Baylor Bears.
This week I spoke with Drake Toll of SicEm365 to discuss the Baylor Bears continuing to crush the recruiting trail in football and how they might end up as a surprise team in the Big 12 Conference for the upcoming college football season.
After further thought, I realized I am open to the Big 12 expanding east to Florida and taking a hard look at the UCF Knights. Plus, the Texas Longhorns want to reboot their rivalry with Texas A&M, but it's the Aggies holding it back. Also, we get into the worst Big 12 football coaching hires since 2012!
I'm joined by Jeremy Clark of Horned Frog Blitz to see if 2021 is the season that Gary Patterson and the TCU Horned Frogs break their streak of mediocrity and be the dark horse contender in the Big 12 that many believe they can be this fall. And don't forget to visit heartlandcollegesports.com for the most up-to-date Big 12 news.
This week I discuss why a 12-team College Football Playoff is not something most in college football want, but is being rammed down by the SEC, of course. I share with you the details behind this and why it's happening and it's not great for college football in general.
This week I'm joined by Bill Bender of Sporting News to discuss College Football Playoff expansion as the reports have circulated that expansion is likely and a 12-team College Football Playoff is preferred by many over an 8-team Playoff. What does that mean for the sport and who is pushing a 12-team playoff?
Will the West Virginia Mountaineers take a big step forward in Year 3 under Neal Brown? Can Jarret Doege be the guy to help WVU do that? I talked with Brandon Lowe of WJYP radio in West Virginia about these top issues and more from Morgantown!
Some teams in the Big 12 Conference could end up with major problems regarding new name, image and likeness legislation that is passing in states across the country. Plus, Texas A&M made a fool of itself once again, while some think the Oklahoma Sooners are already gearing up to leave the Big 12. I am not buying it!
Join Pete Mundo and Matthew Postins as they preview the 2022 Big 12 Basketball Tournament. Which team(s) can make a big run? Who has the most to gain and most to lose? And we do we predict to win the conference tournament before Selection Sunday and the NCAA Tournament next week!The show is sponsored by DraftKings: Use our promocode "HCS" to bet $5 on any team to win and get $200 in free bets!If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
This week I'm joined by Erik Gee, our newest addition to the Heartland College Sports podcast network to discuss the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys, and what each football program is going through ahead of spring football.
This week I discuss how the Big 12 basketball regular season race is heading down the home stretch after a couple of big upsets this week, plus a new report says the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns may be staying around the Big 12 Conference until at least 2024.
This week I discuss why college baseball has a chance to thrive due to the MLB Lockout, also why the Big 12 Tournament should not have left Oklahoma City, and I also dive into the latest on the Big 12 basketball scene with Matthew Postins, with just a week to go in the regular season!
This week i'm joined by Kendall Rogers, the managing editor of D1Baseball.com, to preview the 2022 Big 12 Baseball season. Who can compete with the Texas Longhorns? Who else can end up in the College World Series? Plus, we preview the entire conference from top to bottom!
This week I discuss how ESPN should never be forgotten for trying to destroy the Big 12 Conference, and how now the only way the Big 12 can get hurt is through its own doing. Also, I talk the latest Big 12 basketball with Matthew Postins as the regular season heads down the home stretch.
This week, Pete Mundo discusses why the rest of college football should call the SEC's bluff on its plans to possibly start its own College Football Playoff. Also, BYU is willing to be a team player for the Big 12 by playing the late-night games at home.
I'm joined this week by Kevin Kietzman from the podcast "Kevin Kietzman Has Issues" to discuss why the Big 12 should leave Texas and re-locate to Kansas City, plus, what is Bruce Weber's future at Kansas State, along with how the Kansas Jayhawks season is shaping up.
This week, Pete Mundo is joined by SicEm365's David Smoak to discuss how the Baylor Bears are handling the new world of Name, Image and Likeness. Also, with Blake Shapen now the man at quarterback, what does he bring to the table? Also, how does David think the new-look Big 12 will perform over the next couple of season?
This week I discuss an actual complimentary piece from ESPN about the Big 12 Conference. Why did then do it and why now? Also, Matthew Postins joins me after some Big 12 basketball upsets this week and we look ahead to this weekend's schedule!
Now that we know that BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston are joining the Big 12 Conference in 2023, who will the new bottom feeders be in the Big 12? It's hard to tell, but we will discuss.Plus, Texas Longhorns fan are trying to petition FOX Sports to not put their game against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 11:00 a.m. time slot. Will it work?
I'm joined this week by Jarret Johnson of Inside the Red Raiders to discuss Texas Tech basketball ranking inside the Top 10 in the nation, how surprised Lubbock is by it, the wild scene with Chris Beard back last week and how Joey McGuire is bringing a new energy to the football program!