Wrapping Up - 2012 Big 12 Media Days Come to a Close (Tuesday - 3:15 p.m.)
Kansas players and head coach Charlie Weis closed the 2012 edition of Big 12 Football Media Days with more radio and television interviews, including breakout sessions for both the TV and print media.
Lunch Update - TV Interviews and Green Screen Fun (Tuesday - 1:07 p.m.)
The Kansas contingent was interviewed by national TV networks, shot a public service announcement and did interviews with local TV stations during the late morning and into the lunch hour. Here's a look at the action with comments from Toben Opurum.
Morning Update - Radio Interviews Done (Tuesday - 11:00 a.m.)
It's been a busy morning thus far at Big 12 Conference Media Days with Coach Weis shooting a PSA video and the players doing individual interviews with radio media. Here's a quick take from Kansas QB Dayne Crist and OL Tanner Hawkinson. Next up, national TV interviews.
They're Here... (Tuesday - 8:45 a.m.)
They're here. Well West Virginia anyway. The Jayhawks are set to land in Dallas shortly and will make their way to the Westin Galleria. West Virginia head coach Dana Holgerson has been spotted walking around at his first Big 12 Media Days just weeks after the conference officially welcomed the Mountaineers and TCU to the league. The Horned Frogs have come and gone with their media obligations taking place Monday.
Here's a look at the cover of the WVU media guide...time to get used to that Big 12 logo on the cover. Don't study too much just yet, however, the Jayhawks and Mountaineers don't meet up on the gridiron until early December.
Big 12 Media Days Officially Underway (Monday - 3:30 p.m.)
Most of the five first-day teams are wrapping up activity at the Westin Galleria in Dallas. Players and head coaches from Oklahoma, Iowa State, Kansas State, Texas Tech and TCU spent the morning and early afternoon talking to national media and shooting public service announcements for the Big 12 Conference. Kansas will take its turn along with conference members Texas, Oklahoma State, Baylor and West Virginia, during Tuesday's session.