MWC Struggling To Keep Up With Power Five Michigan Ends Legends Uniform Program Drake's Pics Draw Univ. Of Kentucky's Ire UAB Football Returning In '17 NCAA Giving $18.9M To D-I Schools Bob Bowlsby Happy With Big 12 Setup ACC To Let Schools Handle Punishments Sun Belt Wants Fewer Big-Money CFB Games Patterson Quashes Reports Of Texas Issues C-USA Commish Stepping Down For CFP Role
BIG 12 FOOTBALL COACHES VOTE AGAINST PLAYOFF
Published May 15, 1995
Big 12 football coaches voted 12-0 yesterday against a conference playoff, "putting themselves at odds with most of their bosses," according to the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. League officials were "lukewarm" to the idea until learning that each school could net more than $500,000 from the game. Officials at Oklahoma and Nebraska are reportedly "on the side of the coaches" (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 5/15).