Here's a look at five Big 12 standouts who went from overlooked on signing day to members of the Ultimate ESPN 300. No. 57 Robert Griffin III, quarterback, Baylor: RGIII wasn't atop the list of elite quarterbacks who signed to play college football in the class of 2008.
about 915 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | NCF On The Trail
Coaches and players alike can make a name for themselves on third down. Receivers earn reputations for their ability to move the chains, signal-callers separate themselves as clutch performers and coaches' creative play calling rises to the forefront during those key moments.
about 1167 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Texas Longhorns
The Ultimate ESPN 300 is RecruitingNation's ranking of the best prospects since we began evaluating high school athletes in 2006. Here are five players who exceeded expectations: QB Robert Griffin III (Baylor): Schools and evaluators missed on Griffin because they were quick to classify him as an athlete because he was an elite hurdler.
about 1299 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCF On The Trail
Not long ago, Big 12 media days was an event worthy of a red carpet, with star-studded quarterbacks annually filling the halls. Many -- like "Vince" and "Sam" -- were on a first-name basis with their fans.
about 1461 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
AUSTIN, Texas -- There was a time when Texas would strike fear in future foes rather than have its fans be stricken with it when studying the schedule. But times, personnel, records, well, let's just wrap it up by saying a lot, has changed at Texas.
about 1557 days ago | HornsNation staff | Texas Longhorns
Turnover is an annual tradition in college football, but with that, teams' strengths and weaknesses constantly shift, too. Today, we'll continue our look at the biggest strengths and weaknesses for each Big 12 team.
about 1616 days ago | David Ubben | Texas Longhorns
With the 2012 season officially in the books, we took a look through the stats to determine some of the most significant improvements and problems Florida State endured this year, with five stats that defined 2012.
about 1682 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Oregon Ducks donned new T-shirts after their 35-17 victory over Kansas State in the Totitos Fiesta Bowl. "Won the Day" those shirts said, obviously playing off the program's mantra under Chip Kelly: Win the day.