AUSTIN, Texas — In the span of five days, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Kansas have claimed nine scholarship prizes.
The winners were announced Monday, the final day of the Big 12 Basketball Championship.
It was a pretty wild, wild night, but I think the most exciting thing is the Kansas scholarship win.
We got a pretty good look at a guy we’re trying to find out more about, and I’m not just talking about the player who won the scholarship.
I’m talking about a guy who we’re going to take a look at.
That’s going to be the most interesting thing to see.
We are going to know a lot more about this guy.
This is a very, very talented, talented player.
But I’m looking at this as one of the biggest wins for the program in a very long time.
Oklahoma is currently ranked No. 2 in the AP poll, No. 3 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and No. 5 in ESPN.
The Sooners have won seven games in a row and have a 20-0 record in the league.
Kansas won its first Big 12 championship in 2009.
It is now the first program to win a championship in the modern era.
OkieNation was in the middle of a four-week run covering the conference championships, which were held at the University of Oklahoma’s Memorial Auditorium on March 24-26.
I talked with many people in the Big Six and had to take that with a grain of salt.
But it is the first time in Big 12 history that three conference champions have come to the Final Four.
The Sooners won the national championship, and they are still going strong.
But Kansas has had some ups and downs in the wake of that title win.
Last season, it lost in the second round to Oklahoma, which is the second-worst record in Big Six history.
The Wildcats also lost in conference finals to Oklahoma State, which finished in last place in the conference.
But, it did win back-to-back Big 12 titles in 2009 and 2010.
This season, they lost in a shootout against TCU in the final seconds.
Kansas has the most wins in the program’s history.
Oklahoma has the least.
The two programs are tied for the second most NCAA tournament appearances in program history.
Kansas is coming off a trip to the Elite Eight.
The Jayhawks beat top-seeded Texas Tech in a five-game series to advance to the Sweet 16.
It was the program first Sweet 16 appearance since 2010.
The Big 12 has a total of 13 conference championships and eight national championships.
The league also has three BCS bowl appearances.
The Big 12 is No. 7 in total wins, No