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The '''Big 12 Conference''' (often written as '''Big XII''') is an [[NCAA]] Division I conference, consisting of eight public universities and two private universities (Baylor and Texas Christian) in [[Texas]], [[Oklahoma]], [[Kansas]], [[Iowa]], [[Nebraska]], and [[West Virginia]].
 
The '''Big 12 Conference''' (often written as '''Big XII''') is an [[NCAA]] Division I conference, consisting of eight public universities and two private universities (Baylor and Texas Christian) in [[Texas]], [[Oklahoma]], [[Kansas]], [[Iowa]], [[Nebraska]], and [[West Virginia]].
  
The most recent Big 12 team to win a national [[football]] championship was the University of Texas in 2006. Some of the more prestigious football schools in the conference are Nebraska, Texas, and Oklahoma. The most recent national men's [[basketball]] championship among Big 12 teams was won by the University of Kansas in 2008. Historically prestigious basketball schools include Kansas and Texas.  
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The most recent Big 12 team to win a national [[football]] championship was the University of Texas in 2006. Some of the more prestigious football schools in the conference are Texas and Oklahoma. The most recent national men's [[basketball]] championship among Big 12 teams was won by the University of Kansas in 2008. Historically prestigious basketball schools include Kansas and Oklahoma State.  
  
 
*[[Baylor University]] in [[Waco]], Texas
 
*[[Baylor University]] in [[Waco]], Texas

Latest revision as of 19:21, 4 November 2018

The Big 12 Conference (often written as Big XII) is an NCAA Division I conference, consisting of eight public universities and two private universities (Baylor and Texas Christian) in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and West Virginia.

The most recent Big 12 team to win a national football championship was the University of Texas in 2006. Some of the more prestigious football schools in the conference are Texas and Oklahoma. The most recent national men's basketball championship among Big 12 teams was won by the University of Kansas in 2008. Historically prestigious basketball schools include Kansas and Oklahoma State.