It’s time for our links to our favorite bunch of Big 12 content from the previous 24 hours. Think of it as a brunch/lunch links for you to avoid and delay work, plus your boss!
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Big 12 Content
While the Sooners, as expected, didn’t reach the College Football Playoff, getting to play Florida in the Cotton Bowl is a nice consolation prize.
Baylor is getting its starting cornerback back in 2021.
Here’s a look at the history between Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell and Oregon’s Mario Cristobal heading into the Fiesta Bowl.
Elsewhere, while Chuba Hubbard is gone, there’s plenty of excitement around the Oklahoma State Cowboys backfield.
Les Miles and the KU staff is excited to get a look at incoming freshman QB Ben Easters early in the new year.
Meantime, a former Texas Longhorns QB is heading to Utah.
Also at Texas, the cornerback position should be one of strength in 2021.
Texas Tech has added a defensive back transfer from UNC.
With TCU getting to play Arkansas in the Texas Bowl, Gary Patterson is excited to see some familiar faces on the other sideline.
Non-Big 12 Content
The latest on ESPN.com highlights why the four-team playoff is hurting college football.
Here’s a rundown of all the bowl games in college football.
Elsewhere, anonymous coaches weigh in on whether or not anyone can beat Alabama.
Bleacher Report talks about how Baker Mayfield has finally arrived.
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