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The 2014 Big 12 Football Media Days got started Monday in Dallas with Baylor, Kansas, TCU, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech coaches and players meeting with reporters from print and electronic media outlets.
Baylor's Art Briles was first up and didn't waste any time in announcing the Bears' intentions this season. He used an analogy from baseball in saying "we're not going to try to bunt or get a single. I promise you that. We're swinging for the fence. We're very excited about 2014 without any question, because our guys have learned how to win at the highest level." The Bears finished atop the Big 12 in 2013 and will be one of the favorites again this season.
After a successful debut for Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury last season in Lubbock, the Red Raiders young leader said yesterday that being year number two makes a huge difference for everyone on the team. Tech finished 4-5 in the Big 12 but 8-5 overall in 2013 and hoping to continue the upward trend this season, behind Sophomore quarterback Davis Webb.
TCU is coming off a 2-7 season in the conference and just 4-7 overall. However, Head Coach Gary Patterson believes they can turn many of those close losses last year into victories this season. Six of TCU’s losses were by 10 or fewer points last season but the Horned Frogs will be transitioning to a more up-tempo, spread offense in 2014 under co-offensive coordinators Doug Meacham and Sonny Cumbie.