OSU takes center stage during Big 12 Media Days

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DALLAS- After members of the media picked Oklahoma’s two largest schools as the pair of teams to lead the conference, the players and coaches faced the media for the first time during the Big 12 Football Media Days.
The media days began with much fanfare on Monday in Dallas, Texas.
It was the first of two days that had all 10 teams facing the media.
Head coaches and several players from each team will discuss the upcoming season.
Oklahoma State kicked off the event as the first team out of the gate.
Head coach Mike Gundy, defensive lineman Calvin Barnett, linebacker Shaun Lewis and wide receiver Josh Stewart all represented the Cowboys, who spoke about being number one for the first time since the formation of the conference.
Also talking to the media Monday will be Kansas State, TCU, Kansas and Texas Tech.
Oklahoma is first up on Tuesday, with head coach Bob Stoops, defensive back Aaron Colvin, offensive lineman Gabe Ikard and fullback Trey Millard.
Texas, West Virginia, Baylor and Iowa State will also take the stage on Tuesday.
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