How does each Big 12 team stack up over last five seasons?
Kansas: 12-48 (3-41) Bowl record: 0-0
The Jayhawks have had as many head coaches (including Clint Bowen's interim run) as Big 12 wins in the last five years.
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Iowa State: 22-40 (11-33) Bowl record: 0-2
Yes, it's hard to win in Ames, but the Cyclones are just 2-16 in the Big 12 in the last two seasons. Paul Rhoads was 12-22 in league play in his first four seasons.
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Texas Tech: 32-30 (15-29) Bowl record: 3-0
The conference mark is eye-popping, but less so when you realize Texas Tech hasn't had a winning season in Big 12 play since ... wait for it ... 2009, which just so happens to be the last time Mike Leach was in charge in Lubbock. What a coincidence! Before that, the last time Texas Tech had a losing season in conference play: 2000, Leach's first season as a head coach.
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Texas: 36-28 (23-21). Bowl record: 2-2
Texas' slide in Mack Brown's final four seasons was well-documented. Charlie Strong's 6-7 season in 2014 was his worst mark as a head coach. At Louisville, the first of his two 11-win seasons came in Year 3.
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West Virginia: 37-27 (21-20). Titles: 2 (Both in Big East). Bowl record: 1-3
Last season was the Mountaineers' first with a winning record in Big 12 play. Since leaving the Big East, WVU is 18-20 overall and 11-15 in conference play.