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  1. Big 12 name change on the table

    David Ubben

    IRVING, Texas -- Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe began his response with a joke, but it had some truth to it. "I'm in communication with [Big Ten] commissioner Jim Delany now about a swap," Beebe said of his conference's name. I get a bit annoye...

    Blog | July 28, 2010
  2. Beebe details Big 12's new-look unveiling

    David Ubben

    The Big 12 won't be changing its name once it officially begins play with 10 members. It won't change the logo, either. But at Big 12 Media Days in Dallas on July 25-26, it will debut its new "branding initiative," which will project a message ...

    Blog | June 13, 2011
  3. Fans (try) weighing in with new Big 12 name

    David Ubben

    Earlier this week, the Big 12 essentially decided that its brand was too strong to change its name, despite getting a trim from 12 teams to 10 last summer, a change that goes into effect next year. I agreed with the decision, but I thought I'd ask...

    Blog | May 25, 2011
  4. It's official: No new name for the Big 12

    David Ubben

    The Big 12 will not change the name of the conference, according to a report on the league's website. "Most people believe that the Big 12 is the name on the banner under which we have competed, under which we've won national championships," Beebe...

    Blog | May 23, 2011
  5. Lunch links: Conference name changes

    David Ubben

    New York Post wins for best World Cup headline after the Ghana loss: "This sport is stupid anyway." America, the beautiful. The Columbia Tribune's David Briggs looks at the possibility of Missouri starting its own TV network. Meanwhile, the st...

    Blog | June 28, 2010
  6. Back in the Cotton Bowl

    David Ubben

    The NCAA approved 35 new bowl games on Friday, but among them was the Dallas Football Classic, which brings back a bowl game to the Cotton Bowl stadium in the Texas State Fairgrounds. The name could change with sponsorship. Even though the game...

    Blog | April 27, 2010