2019 Big 12 Conference football season

The 2019 Big 12 Conference football season represented the 24th season of Big 12 conference football, taking place during the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The season began with non-conference play on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Conference play began on Saturday, September 21, 2019. The entire schedule was released on October 18, 2018.[1]

2019 Big 12 Conference football season
Big 12 Conference (cropped) logo.svg
LeagueNCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision
SportFootball
DurationAugust 29, 2019
December 7, 2019
Number of teams10
TV partner(s)Fox Family (Fox, FS1, FSN), ESPN Family (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPN+, LHN)
2020 NFL Draft
Season championsOklahoma Sooners
Seasons
← 2018
2020 →
2019 Big 12 Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
No. 7 Oklahoma y$^   8 1         12 2  
No. 13 Baylor y   8 1         11 3  
Oklahoma State   5 4         8 5  
Kansas State   5 4         8 5  
Iowa State   5 4         7 6  
No. 25 Texas   5 4         8 5  
West Virginia   3 6         5 7  
TCU   3 6         5 7  
Texas Tech   2 7         4 8  
Kansas   1 8         3 9  
Championship: Oklahoma 30, Baylor 23 OT
  • ^ – College Football Playoff participant
  • $ – Conference champion
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2019 season eas the eighth for the Big 12 since the early-2010s conference realignment brought the Big 12 membership to its current form.

As a ten–team league, the Big 12 played a nine-game round-robin conference schedule and each member played three non-conference games – one of which must be against a Power Five conference foe. The regular season was followed by a conference championship game played between the regular-season champion and the regular-season runner-up. The 2019 Big 12 Championship Game was held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

BackgroundEdit

Previous seasonEdit

PreseasonEdit

RecruitingEdit

National Rankings
Team ESPN[2] Rivals[3] Scout[4] 24/7[5] Total Signees
Baylor #34 #33 #43 #35 25
Iowa State #47 #48 #36 #46 23
Kansas #67 #74 #70 #68 17
Kansas State #55 #67 #59 #62 22
Oklahoma #4 #5 #8 #6 24
Oklahoma State #41 #40 #39 #38 20
TCU #32 #29 #30 #33 28
Texas #5 #4 #6 #3 26
Texas Tech #63 #61 #67 #61 20
West Virginia #45 #47 #49 #48 21

Big 12 Media DaysEdit

The Big 12 media days will be held on July 15–16 in Frisco, Texas.

Preseason pollEdit

The 2019 Big 12 Preseason media poll was released in July 10, 2019. Prior to the Big 12 media days. Oklahoma was chosen to finish at the top of the standings for the fourth consecutive year in the Big 12 football preseason poll, voted on by media representatives.[6]

Big 12
Predicted finish Team Votes (1st place)
1 Oklahoma 761 (68)
2 Texas 696 (9)
3 Iowa State 589
4 TCU 474
5 Oklahoma State 460
6 Baylor 453
7 Texas Tech 281
8 West Virginia 241
9 Kansas State 191
10 Kansas 89
  • First place votes in ()

Preseason awardsEdit

2019 Preseason All-Big 12[7]

All-Big 12 Offense[8]
Position Player Class Team
QB Sam Ehlinger Jr. Texas
RB Pooka Williams Jr. So. Kansas
RB Kennedy Brooks So. Oklahoma
RB Chuba Hubbard So. Oklahoma State
WR CeeDee Lamb Jr. Oklahoma
WR Tylan Wallace Jr. Oklahoma State
WR Jalen Reagor Jr. TCU
TE Grant Calcaterra Jr. Oklahoma
OL Jack Anderson Jr. Texas Tech
OL Creed Humphrey So. Oklahoma
OL Lucas Niang Sr. TCU
OL Zach Shackelford Sr. Texas
OL Colton McKivitz Sr. West Virginia
PK Cameron Dicker So. Texas
KR/PR CeeDee Lamb Jr. Oklahoma
All-Big 12 Defense[8]
Position Player Class Team
DL JaQuan Bailey Sr. Iowa State
DL James Lynch Jr. Baylor
DL Ray Lima Sr. Iowa State
DL Reggie Walker Sr. Kansas State
DL Corey Bethley Jr. TCU
LB Clay Johnston Sr. Baylor
LB Kenneth Murray Jr. Oklahoma
LB Marcel Spears Jr. Sr. Iowa State
DB A.J. Green Sr. Oklahoma State
DB Jeff Gladney Sr. TCU
DB Caden Sterns So. Texas
DB Greg Eisworth Jr. Iowa State
DB Adrian Frye So. Texas Tech
P Kyle Thompson Jr. Kansas

Head coachesEdit

There will be 4 new head coaches in the Big 12 Conference for the 2019 season.

On November 4, KU fired coach David Beatty after four years at the school.[9] Two weeks later on November 19, Les Miles was hired as the new head coach of the Jayhawks.

On November 25, Texas Tech fired coach Kliff Kingsbury after six years with the team.[10] Four days later on November 29, Matt Wells from Utah State was hired as the new head coach of the Red Raiders.

On December 2, Bill Snyder retired from the Kansas State Wildcats after 26 years with the school.[11] Nine days later on December 11, Chris Klieman from North Dakota State was named the new head coach of the Wildcats.

On January 1, Dana Holgorsen left West Virginia to become the new head coach of the Houston Cougars.[12] Three days later on January 4, The team hired Neal Brown from the Troy Trojans as the new head coach of the Mountaineers.

CoachesEdit

Team Head Coach Years at School Overall record Record at school Big–12 record
Baylor Matt Rhule 3 36–40 5–16 5-13
Iowa State Matt Campbell 4 54–33 17–17 13–14
Kansas Les Miles 1 142–55 0–0 0–0
Kansas State Chris Klieman 1 72–13 0–0 0–0
Oklahoma Lincoln Riley 3 24–4 24–4 16–2
Oklahoma State Mike Gundy 15 121–59 121–59 72–48
TCU Gary Patterson 19 167–63 167–63 107–42
Texas Tom Herman 3 39–14 14–8 12–6
Texas Tech Matt Wells 1 44–34 0–0 0–0
West Virginia Neal Brown 1 35–16 0–0 0–0

ScheduleEdit

The regular season began on August 30 and will end on November 30.

Regular seasonEdit

Index to colors and formatting
Big 12 member won
Big 12 member lost
Big 12 teams in bold

Week OneEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
August 30 Pac-12 Oklahoma State Oregon State Reser StadiumCorvallis, OR 9:30 p.m (FS1) W, 52–36
August 31 MVFC (FCS) Indiana State Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial StadiumLawrence, KS 11:00 a.m. (FSN) W, 24–17
August 31 MVFC (FCS) Northern Iowa No. 21 Iowa State Jack Trice StadiumAmes, IA 11:00 a.m. (FS1) W, 29–26 (3OT)
August 31 CAA (FCS) James Madison West Virginia Mountaineer FieldMorgantown, WV 2:00 p.m. (AT&TSN Pittsburgh) W, 20–13
August 31 Big Sky (FCS) Montana State Texas Tech Jones AT&T StadiumLubbock, TX 3:00 p.m. (FSN) W 45–10
August 31 Southland (FCS) Nicholls Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football StadiumManhattan, KS 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+) W 49–14
August 31 Southland (FCS) Stephen F. Austin Baylor McLane StadiumWaco, TX 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+) W 56–17
August 31 C-USA Louisiana Tech No. 10 Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial StadiumAustin, TX 7:00 p.m. (LHN) W 45–14
August 31 SWAC (FCS) Arkansas–Pine Bluff TCU Amon G. Carter StadiumFort Worth, TX 8:00 p.m. (FSN) W 39–7
September 1 American Houston No. 4 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial StadiumNorman, OK 6:30 p.m. (ABC) W 49-31
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week TwoEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
September 7 MAC Bowling Green Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium • Manhattan, KS 11:00 a.m (FSN) W, 52–0
September 7 SEC West Virginia Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, MO 11:00 a.m. (ESPN2) L, 7–38
September 7 C-USA UTSA Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX 3:00 p.m. (FSN) W, 63-14
September 7 Sun Belt Coastal Carolina Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+) L, 7-12
September 7 Southland (FCS) McNeese State Oklahoma State Boone Pickens StadiumStillwater, OK 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+) W, 56–14
September 7 MVFC (FCS) South Dakota Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK 6:00 p.m. (FSN OK) W, 70–14
September 7 SEC No. 6 LSU No. 9 Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX 6:30 p.m. (ABC) L, 38–45
September 7 C-USA UTEP Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX 7:00 p.m. (FSN) W 38–3
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week ThreeEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
September 13 ACC Kansas Boston College Alumni StadiumChestnut Hill, MA 6:30 p.m. (ACCN) W 48–24
September 14 SEC Kansas State Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, MS 11:00 a.m. (ESPN/ESPN2) W 31–24
September 14 ACC North Carolina State West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV 11:00 a.m. (FS1) W 44–27
September 14 American Oklahoma State Tulsa H.A. Chapman StadiumTulsa, OK (Rivalry) 2:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) W 40–21
September 14 Big Ten No. 19 Iowa Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 3:00 p.m. (FS1) L 17–18
September 14 Big Ten TCU Purdue Ross–Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN 6:30 p.m. (BTN) W 34–13
September 14 C-USA No. 12 Texas Rice NRG StadiumHouston, TX (Rivalry) 7:00 p.m. (CBSSN) W 48–13
September 14 Pac-12 No. 5 Oklahoma UCLA Rose BowlPasadena, CA 7:00 p.m. (FOX) W 48–14
September 14 Pac-12 Texas Tech Arizona Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ 9:30 p.m. (ESPN) L 14–28
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week FourEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
September 21 Sun Belt Louisiana–Monroe Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 11:00 a.m. (FS1) W 72–20
September 21 American SMU No. 25 TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX (Rivalry) 2:30 p.m. (FS1) L 38–41
September 21 -- West Virginia Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS 3:30 p.m. (ESPN+) WVU 29–24
September 21 C-USA Baylor Rice Rice Stadium • Houston, TX 6:00 p.m. (CBSSN) W 21–13
September 21 -- Oklahoma State No. 12 Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX 6:30 p.m. (ABC) TEX 36–30
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week FiveEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
September 28 -- Texas Tech No. 6 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK 11:00 a.m. (FOX) OU 55–16
September 28 -- Kansas TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX 11:00 a.m. (FS1) TCU 51–14
September 28 -- Iowa State Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) BAY 23–21
September 28 -- Kansas State Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK 6:00 p.m. (ESPN+) OKSU 26–13
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week SixEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
October 5 -- No. 6 Oklahoma Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS 11:00 a.m. (ABC) OKLA 45–20
October 5 -- TCU Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 11:00 a.m. (ESPN2) ISU 49–24
October 5 -- No. 21 Oklahoma State Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX (Rivalry) 11:00 a.m. (FS1) TTU 45–35
October 5 -- No. 11 Texas West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV 2:30 p.m. (ABC) TEX 42–31
October 5 -- Baylor Kansas State Billy Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2) BAY 31–12
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week SevenEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
October 12 -- No. 6 Oklahoma No. 11 Texas Cotton BowlDallas, TX (Red River Showdown) 11:00 a.m. (FOX) OKLA 34-27
October 12 -- Texas Tech No. 22 Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX (Rivalry) 3:00 p.m. (FS1) BAY 33-30
October 12 -- Iowa State West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV 3:00 p.m. (ESPN) ISU 38-14
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week EightEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
October 19 -- West Virginia No. 5 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK 11:00 a.m. (FOX) OKLA 52-14
October 19 -- Iowa State Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX 11:00 a.m. (FS1) ISU 34-24
October 19 -- TCU Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS 1:30 p.m. (FSN) KSU 24-17
October 19 -- No. 18 Baylor Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK 3:00 p.m. (FOX) BAY 45-27
October 19 -- Kansas No. 15 Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX 6:00 p.m. (LHN) TEX 50-48
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week NineEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
October 26 -- No. 5 Oklahoma Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS 11:00 AM (ABC) KSU 48–41
October 26 -- Oklahoma State No. 23 Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 2:30 PM (FS1) OKSU 34–27
October 26 -- No. 15 Texas TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX 2:30 PM (FOX) TCU 37–27
October 26 -- Texas Tech Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS 6:00 PM (FS1) KAN 37–34
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week TenEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
October 31 -- West Virginia No. 12 Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX 7:00 p.m. (ESPN) BAY 17–14
November 2 -- No. 22 Kansas State Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS (Sunflower Showdown) 2:30 p.m. (FS1) KSU 38–10
November 2 -- TCU Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) OKSU 34–27
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week ElevenEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
November 9 -- No. 11 Baylor TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX (Rivalry) 11:00 a.m. (FS1) BAY 29–23 (3OT)
November 9 -- Texas Tech West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV 11:00 a.m. (ESPN2) TTU 38–17
November 9 -- No. 20 Kansas State Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) TEX 27–24
November 9 -- Iowa State No. 9 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK 7:00 p.m. (FOX) OKLA 42–41
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week TwelveEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
November 16 -- Kansas Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK 11:00 a.m. (FS1) OKSU 31–13
November 16 -- TCU Texas Tech Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX (Rivalry) 11:00 a.m. (ESPN2) TCU 33–31
November 16 -- No. 22 Texas Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 2:30 p.m. (FS1) ISU 23–21
November 16 -- West Virginia Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) WVU 24–20
November 16 -- No. 10 Oklahoma No. 12 Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX 6:30 p.m. (ABC) OKLA' 34–31
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week ThirteenEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
November 23 -- No. 21 Oklahoma State West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV 11:00 a.m. (ESPN 2) OKSU 20–13
November 23 -- Kansas No. 22 Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA 11:00 a.m. (FSN) ISU 41–31
November 23 -- Texas Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX

2:30 p.m (FS1)

BAY 24–10
November 23 -- Kansas State Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX 6:00 p.m. (FS1) KSU 30–27
November 23 -- TCU No. 9 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK 7:00 p.m. (FOX) OKLA 28–24
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Week FourteenEdit

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Time Score
November 29 -- Texas Tech Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX (Rivalry) 11:00 a.m. (FOX) TEX 49–24
November 29 -- West Virginia TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX 2:15 p.m. (ESPN) WVU 20–17
November 30 -- No. 9 Baylor Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) BAY 61–6
November 30 -- No. 23 Iowa State Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS (Rivalry) 6:00 p.m. (FS1) KSU 27–17
November 30 -- No. 7 Oklahoma Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK (Bedlam Series) 7:00 p.m. (FOX) OKLA 34–16
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Championship GameEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site TV Result Attendance
December 7 11:00 a.m. No. 7 Baylor No. 6 Oklahoma AT&T StadiumArlington, Texas ABC  OKLA 30–23 OT  &nbsp
#Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.

Big 12 vs other conferencesEdit

Big 12 vs Power 5 matchupsEdit

Date Big 12 Team Opponent Conference Location Result
August 30 Oklahoma State Oregon State Pac-12 Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon W, 52–36
September 7 Texas LSU SEC Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX L 38–45
September 7 West Virginia Missouri SEC Faurot Field, Columbia, Missouri L 7–38
September 13 Kansas Boston College ACC Alumni Stadium, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts W 48–24
September 14 Iowa State Iowa (rivalry) Big Ten Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA L 17–18
September 14 Kansas State Mississippi State SEC Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, Mississippi W 31–24
September 14 Oklahoma UCLA Pac-12 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA W 48–14
September 14 Texas Tech Arizona Pac-12 Arizona Stadium, Tucson, AZ L 14–28
September 14 TCU Purdue Big Ten Ross–Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, Indiana W 34–13
September 14 West Virginia NC State ACC Morgantown, WV W 44–27

Big 12 vs Group of Five matchupsEdit

The following games include Big 12 teams competing against teams from the American, C-USA, MAC, Mountain West or Sun Belt.

Date Conference Visitor Home Site Score
August 31 C–USA Louisiana Tech No. 10 Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX W 45–14
September 1 American Houston No. 4 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK W 49–31
September 7 MAC Bowling Green Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS W 52–0
September 7 C–USA UTSA Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX W 63–14
September 7 C-USA UTEP Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX W 38–3
September 7 Sun Belt Coastal Carolina Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS L 7–12
September 14 American Oklahoma State Tulsa Skelly Field H.A. Chapman Stadium • Tulsa, OK W 40–21
September 14 C-USA Texas Rice Rice Stadium • Houston, TX W 48–13
September 21 American SMU TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX L 38–41
September 21 C–USA Baylor Rice Rice Stadium • Houston, TX W 21–13
September 21 Sun Belt Louisiana–Monroe Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA W 72–20

Big 12 vs FBS independents matchupsEdit

The following games include Big 12 teams competing against FBS Independents, which includes Army, Liberty, New Mexico State, or UMass. The Big 12 counts games against the other two FBS independents, BYU and Notre Dame, as satisfying its requirement that Big 12 members play at least one Power Five non-conference opponent.

Date Visitor Home Site Score

Big 12 vs FCS matchupsEdit

Date Visitor Home Site Score
August 31 Indiana State Kansas David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium • Lawrence, KS W 24–17
August 31 James Madison West Virginia Mountaineer Field • Morgantown, WV W 20–13
August 31 Nicholls Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Manhattan, KS W 49–14
August 31 Stephen F. Austin Baylor McLane Stadium • Waco, TX W 56–17
August 31 Arkansas Pine–Bluff TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX W 39–7
August 31 Northern Iowa No. 21 Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA W 29–26 (3OT)
August 31 Montana State Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium • Lubbock, TX W 45–10
September 7 McNeese State Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium • Stillwater, OK W 56–14
September 7 South Dakota Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • Norman, OK W 70–14

Records against other conferencesEdit

RankingsEdit

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Baylor AP 22 18 14 12 11 12 13 11 8 8 13
C RV 23 18 14 11 10 10 13 10 8 8 12
CFP Not released 12 13 14 9 7 8
Iowa State AP 21 25-T 23 RV RV RV
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CFP Not released 22 23
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Kansas State AP RV 22 20 RV RV RV
C 25 25 22 RV RV RV
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Oklahoma AP 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 5 5 10 9 10 8 7 6 4 7
C 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 9 8 8 7 7 6 4 6
CFP Not released 9 10 9 7 6 4
Oklahoma State AP RV 21 25 22 21 RV 25
C RV 25 23 21 RV RV RV
CFP Not released 23 22 21 21 25 25
TCU AP RV 25 RV
C RV
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Texas AP 10 9 12 12 11 11 11 15 15 RV 22 RV 25
C 10 9 13 13 12 12 11 15 15 24 23
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Texas Tech AP
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West Virginia AP RV
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Legend
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  Not ranked previous week
  No change in ranking from previous week
RV Received votes but were not ranked in Top 25 of poll
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

PostseasonEdit

Bowl gamesEdit

Legend
  Big 12 win
  Big 12 loss
Bowl game Date Site Television Time (EST) Big 12 team Opponent Score Attendance
Texas Bowl December 27 NRG StadiumHouston, TX ESPN 6:45 p.m. No. 25 Oklahoma State Texas A&M L 21–24 68,415
Camping World Bowl December 28 Camping World StadiumOrlando, FL ABC 12:00 p.m. Iowa State No. 15 Notre Dame L 9–33 46,948
Liberty Bowl December 31 Liberty Bowl Memorial StadiumMemphis, TN ESPN 3:45 p.m. Kansas State No. 23 Navy L 17–20 50,515
Alamo Bowl December 31 AlamodomeSan Antonio, TX ESPN 7:30 p.m. Texas No. 11 Utah W 38–10 60,147
New Year's Six Bowl Games
Sugar Bowl January 1, 2020 Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, LA ESPN 8:45 p.m. No. 7 Baylor No. 5 Georgia L 14–26 55,211
College Football Playoff bowl games
Peach Bowl December 28 Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta, GA ESPN 4:00 p.m. No. 4 Oklahoma No. 1 LSU L 28–63 78,347

Rankings are from CFP rankings. All times Central Time Zone. Big 12 teams shown in bold.

Selection of teamsEdit

  • Bowl eligible: Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas
  • Bowl-ineligible: Kansas, TCU, Texas Tech, West Virginia

Awards and HonorsEdit

Player of the week honorsEdit

Week Offensive Defensive Specialist Newcomer
Player Team Position Player Team Position Player Team Position Player Team Position
Week 1 (Sept. 3)[13] Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB Garrett Wallow TCU LB Jonathan Song TCU PK Jalen Hurts Oklahoma QB
Week 2 (Sept. 9)[14]
  • Denzel Mims
  • Devin Duvernay
WR Brendan Radley-Hiles Oklahoma DB Grayland Arnold Baylor S Spencer Sanders Oklahoma State QB
Week 3 (Sept. 16)[15] Chuba Hubbard Oklahoma State RB Denzel Goolsby Kansas State DB Malik Knowles Kansas State WR/KR Sam James West Virginia WR
Week 4 (Sept. 23)[16] Brock Purdy Iowa State QB Kolby Harvell-Peel Oklahoma State S Evan Staley West Virginia PK Andrew Parchment Kansas WR
Week 5 (Sept. 30)[17] Chubba Hubbard (2) Oklahoma State RB Clay Johnston Baylor LB
  • John Mayers
  • Jalen Reagor
  • Baylor
  • TCU
  • PK
  • WR/PR
Jalen Hurts (2) Oklahoma QB
Week 6 (Oct. 7) [18] Jett Duffey Texas Tech QB Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech LB Trey Wolff Texas Tech PK Roschon Johnson Texas RB
Week 7 (Oct. 14) [19] CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma WR Kenneth Murray Oklahoma LB John Mayers (2) Baylor PK
  • Breece Hall
  • Jalen Hurts (3)
  • Iowa State
  • Oklahoma
  • RB
  • QB
Week 8 (Oct. 21) [20] Jalen Hurts (2) Oklahoma QB Terrel Bernard Baylor LB Cameron Dicker Texas PK Breece Hall (2) Iowa State RB
Week 9 (Oct. 28) [21] Carter Stanley Kansas QB Malcolm Rodriguez Oklahoma State DB Liam Jones Kansas PK Max Duggan TCU QB
Week 10 (Nov. 4)[22] Chuba Hubbard (3) Oklahoma State RB Kolby Harvell-Peel (2) Oklahoma State S Bravvion Roy Baylor DT Spencer Sanders (2) Oklahoma State QB
Week 11 (Nov. 11) [23] CeeDee Lamb (2) Oklahoma WR Terrel Bernard (2) Baylor LB John Mayers (2) Baylor PK Sam James (2) West Virginia WR
Week 12 (Nov. 18) [24] Jalen Hurts (3) Oklahoma QB Kolby Harvell-Peel (3) Oklahoma State S Connor Assalley Texas Tech PK Jarret Doege West Virginia QB
Week 13 (Nov. 25) [25] Brock Purdy (2) Iowa State QB James Lynch Baylor DT Joshua Youngblood Kansas State WR/KR Dru Brown Oklahoma State QB
Week 14 (Dec. 2) [26] Devin Duvernay (2) Texas WR Parnell Motley Oklahoma CB Joshua Youngblood (2) Kansas State WR/KR Roschon Johnson (2) Texas RB

Big 12 Individual AwardsEdit

The following individuals received postseason honors as voted by the Big 12 Conference football coaches at the end of the season. [27]

Award Player School
Offensive Player of the Year Chuba Hubbard, RB, Sophomore Oklahoma State
Defensive Player of the Year James Lynch, DL, Junior Baylor
Special Teams Player of the Year Joshua Youngblood, WR/PR, Freshman Kansas State
Offensive Freshman of the Year Spencer Sanders, QB Oklahoma State
Offensive Lineman of the Year Creed Humphrey, Sophomore
Colton McKivitz, Senior
Oklahoma
West Virginia
Defensive Freshman of the Year Ar’Darius Washington, DB TCU
Defensive Lineman of the Year James Lynch, DL, Junior Baylor
Offensive Newcomer of the Year Jalen Hurts, QB, Senior Oklahoma
Defensive Newcomer of the Year LaRon Stokes, DL, Junior Oklahoma
Coach of the Year Matt Rhule Baylor

All-conference teamsEdit

*Denotes Unanimous Selection

All Conference Honorable Mentions:

  • Baylor: Charlie Brewer (QB & OPoY), JaMycal Hasty (RB), Jameson Houston (DB), James Lockhart (DL), Blake Lynch (LB), Xavier Newman-Johnson (OL), Tyquan Thornton (WR)
  • Iowa State: Trevor Downing (OL), Julian Good-Jones (OLoY), Breece Hall (OFoY), Anthony Johnson (DB), Jamahl Johnson (DL), Josh Knipfel (OL), Tayvonn Kyle (DFoY), La’Michael Pettway (WR & ONoY), Brock Purdy (OPoY), Mike Rose (LB), Dylan Soehner (FB), Marcel Spears (LB), Eyioma Uwazurike (DL), O’Rien Vance (LB), Lawrence White (DB), Steve Wirtel (STPoY)
  • Kansas: Hakeem Adeniji (OLoY), Jelani Brown (DL), Hasan Defense (DB), Azur Kamara (DL), Mike Lee (DB), Ben Miles (FB), Andrew Parchment (WR & ONoY), Gavin Potter (DFoY), Kyle Thompson (P)
  • K-State: James Gilbert (RB), Denzel Goolsby (DB), Adam Holtorf (OL), Wyatt Hubert (DPoY & DLoY), Nick Kaltmayer (OL), Malik Knowles (OFoY), Blake Lynch (PK), AJ Parker (DB), Dalton Schoen (WR), Elijah Sullivan (LB), Skylar Thompson (QB), Reggie Walker (DL)
  • Oklahoma: Gabe Brkic (STPoY), Pat Fields (DB), Neville Gallimore (DLoY), Jalen Hurts (OPoY), CeeDee Lamb (KR/PR & OPoY), Reeves Mundschau (P), Kenneth Murray (DPoY), Jalen Redmond (DL & DFoY), Delarrin Turner-Yell (DB), DaShaun White (LB)
  • Oklahoma State: Matt Ammendola (PK & STPoY), Israel Antwine (DL & DNoY), Trace Ford (DL & DFoY), A.J. Green (DB), Kolby Harvell-Peel (DPoY), Tom Hutton (P), Teven Jenkins (OL), Marcus Keyes (OL), Tre Sterling (DB), Dillon Stoner (WR & KR/PR), Johnny Wilson (OL), Jelani Woods (TE)
  • TCU: Darius Anderson (RB), Taye Barber (WR), Corey Bethley (DL), Ross Blacklock (DLoY), Max Duggan (OFoY), Cordel Iwuagwu (OL), Jonathan Song (STPoY), Garret Wallow (DPoY)
  • Texas: Parker Braun (ONoY), Samuel Cosmi (OLoY), Cameron Dicker (PK), Devin Duvernay (OPoY), Sam Ehlinger (QB), Joseph Ossai (LB), Malcolm Roach (DL)
  • Texas Tech: Jordyn Brooks (DPoY), Dawson Deaton (OL), DaMarcus Fields (DB), Riko Jeffers (LB), Terence Steele (OL), Donta Thompson (TE), SaRodorick Thompson (RB), RJ Turner (ONoY), Broderick Washington (DL), Trey Wolff (PK)
  • West Virginia: Josh Chandler (LB), Josh Growden (STPoY), Sam James (WR & OFoY), Tykee Smith (DFoY), Darius Stills (DLoY)

All-AmericansEdit

The 2019 College Football All-America Teams are composed of the following College Football All-American first teams chosen by the following selector organizations: Associated Press (AP), Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Walter Camp Foundation (WCFF), The Sporting News (TSN), Sports Illustrated (SI), USA Today (USAT) ESPN, CBS Sports (CBS), FOX Sports (FOX) College Football News (CFN), Bleacher Report (BR), Scout.com, Phil Steele (PS), SB Nation (SB), Athlon Sports, Pro Football Focus (PFF) and Yahoo! Sports (Yahoo!).

Currently, the NCAA compiles consensus all-America teams in the sports of Division I-FBS football and Division I men's basketball using a point system computed from All-America teams named by coaches associations or media sources. The system consists of three points for a first-team honor, two points for second-team honor, and one point for third-team honor. Honorable mention and fourth team or lower recognitions are not accorded any points. Football consensus teams are compiled by position and the player accumulating the most points at each position is named first team consensus all-American. Currently, the NCAA recognizes All-Americans selected by the AP, AFCA, FWAA, TSN, and the WCFF to determine Consensus and Unanimous All-Americans. Any player named to the First Team by all five of the NCAA-recognized selectors is deemed a Unanimous All-American.[28][29]

Position Player School Selector Unanimous Consensus
First Team All-Americans
RB Chuba Hubbard Oklahoma State AFCA, AP, TSN, WCFF  Y
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma AFCA, AP, TSN, WCFF  Y
DL James Lynch Baylor AFCA, AP, FWAA, TSN, WCFF  Y  Y
Position Player School Selector Unanimous Consensus
Second Team All-Americans
LB Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech AFCA, AP, FWAA, WCFF  Y
DB Jeff Gladney TCU FWAA
C Creed Humphrey Oklahoma AP, TSN, WCFF  Y
QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma TSN
TE Charlie Kolar Iowa State FWAA
OL Colton McKivitz West Virginia WCFF
LB Kenneth Murray Oklahoma FWAA
PR Jalen Reagor TCU FWAA
KR Joshua Youngblood Kansas State FWAA
Position Player School Selector Unanimous Consensus
Third Team All-Americans
DL Neville Gallimore Oklahoma AP
QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma AP
TE Charlie Kolar Iowa State AP
OL Colton McKivitz West Virginia AP
LB Kenneth Murray Oklahoma AP
Position Player School Selector Unanimous Consensus
Fourth Team All-Americans

*AFCA All-America Team (AFCA)
*Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America Team (WCFF)
*Associated Press All-America Team (AP)
*The Sporting News All-America Team (TSN)
*Football Writers Association of America All-America Team (FWAA)
*Sports Illustrated All-America Team (SI)
*Bleacher Report All-America Team (BR)
*College Football News All-America Team (CFN)
*ESPN All-America Team (ESPN)
*CBS Sports All-America Team (CBS)
*Athlon Sports All-America Team (Athlon)

All-AcademicEdit

National award winnersEdit

2019 College Football Award Winners

Home game attendanceEdit

Team Stadium Capacity Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5 Game 6 Game 7 Total Average % of Capacity
Baylor McLane Stadium 45,140 43,013 40,274 42,359 47,264 46,379 50,223 49,109 318,621 45,517 100.84%
Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium 61,500 61,500† 61,500† 57,442 59,553 61,500† 58,946 58,120 418,561 59,794 97.23%
Kansas Memorial Stadium 50,071 32,611 33,493 35,816 34,402 31,036 47,223† 22,531 237,112 33,873 67.65%
Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium 53,000 51,189† 46,075 50,448 48,298 50,394 46,332 48,990 341,726 48,818 92.11%
Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 86,112 84,534† 82,181 84,416 82,620 83,541 82,241 499,533 83,256 96.68%
Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium 55,509 55,509† 55,509† 55,060 55,509† 55,509† 55,509† 332,605 55,434 99.87%
TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium 45,000 40,422 41,250 41,960 47,660 45,870 40,126 257,378 42,896 95.33%
Texas Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium 100,119 93,418 98,763† 96,936 97,137 97,883 93,747 577,844 96,314 96.13%
Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium 60,454 54,183 56,957† 56,479 52,315 50,459 50,177 320,570 53,428 88.38%
West Virginia Mountaineer Field 60,000 61,891 57,052 62,069 51,836 56,573 46,022 335,443 55,907 93.18%

Bold – Exceed capacity
†Season High
‡ Record Stadium Attendance

NFL DraftEdit

The following list includes all Big 12 players who were drafted in the 2020 NFL draft.

Player Position School Draft
Round
Round
Pick
Overall
Pick
Team

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