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Bowlsby has spent the past two weeks on daily calls with fellow Power Five commissioners. Teleconferences between Big 12 athletics directors are taking place at least twice a week.

 

He shared some insight into those discussions Thursday afternoon. And what Bowlsby’s lengthy session with dozens of journalists did was paint a bleak picture for both the Big 12 and college athletics at large.

 

Spring football? Not happening. Fall sports sans fans? Possible. An abbreviated or canceled football season? It’s all on the table.

https://www.expressnews.com/sports/college_sports/longhorns/article/Big-12-commissioner-Bob-Bowlsby-says-canceling-15160129.php?utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=referral

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Due to the on-going developments related to COVID-19 the Big 12 Conference previously announced that all organized team activities whether organized or voluntary, including team and individual practices, meetings, and other organized gatherings, were suspended until March 29 and would be re-evaluated at that time.  In addition, all conference and non-conference competitions were cancelled through the end of the academic year, including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year.

After re-evaluation the following Big 12 Student-Athlete policies become effective March 30:

1)    No organized, in-person team activities of any type, in any location.

 

 

 

2)    No in-person, voluntary workouts, film study sessions, meetings, technique drills or captains’ practices/OTA sessions of any type, in any location until a permissible date is established by the NCAA.

 

 

 

3)   Virtual or on-line supervised physical workouts and skill instruction, regardless of location, are not permitted. 

 

 

 

4)    All “virtual” group activities, including film study, are limited to two hours per week in all sports.  Only countable coaches may conduct virtual film study, technical discussions, tactical sessions and other non-physical activities. These policies will be revisited and adjusted at regular intervals and as circumstances dictate.

 

 

 

5)    Coaches can recommend written, self-directed workout plans provided they are approved in accordance with proper procedures as outlined by each institution’s appropriate sport performance, medical and/or athletic training personnel (and in accordance with the NCAA Recommendations on Preventing Catastrophic Injury and Death).  Taped demonstration videos on respective workout plans are allowed in order to demonstrate proper form and technique.  Institutional personnel may not supervise, conduct or monitor workouts on or off campus.

 

 

 

6)    In-person, on campus meals and nutritional supplements may be provided in situations where student-athletes are unable to leave campus.  Off-campus nutritional supplements are limited to the permissible items as outlined in NCAA Bylaw 16.5.2.8. 

 

 

 

7)  It is fully permissible to provide non-athletically-related support to student-athletes including:

       -- sports medicine treatments, physical therapy and rehabilitation
-- academic support

-- mental health and wellness support

Eight)  It is permissible for institutions to provide off-campus student-athletes with apparel and personal equipment that is regularly available to student-athletes when they are on campus for conditioning workouts.  The provision of other equipment is not to extend to rental, purchase or arrangement of conditioning or strength training equipment or machines (e.g. stationary bicycles, treadmills, free weights, benches or weight machines) but is intended to allow for reasonable supplies such as stretching band/straps, foam rollers, etc.

 

 

 

9)  Prospective student-athletes may not be involved in any capacity in any countable activities, including virtual activities.

 

 

 

10) The Big 12 Conference Board and Directors of Athletics will convene regularly to assess changing circumstances and to make shared decisions regarding amendments to the above-listed policies.  The policies noted will commence at 7am CDT, Monday, March 30, 2020 and remain in effect until May 31, 2020 or until additional guidance is provided.

 

 

 

11) Decisions on the structure, schedule and components of training during the post

      Pandemic period will be made as circumstances dictate.

 

https://big12sports.com/news/2020/3/13/baseball-big-12-statement-on-athletics-activities.aspx

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Big 12 Future Win Total Projections

Baylor

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 7
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 7.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 10
3 Key Games: 1) Oklahoma State, Nov. 7, 2) Kansas State, Nov. 28, 3) at West Virginia, Nov. 21
Schedule Analysis

Iowa State

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 7
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 7.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 7
3 Key Games: 1) at Iowa, Sept. 12, 2) Baylor, Nov. 14, 3) at TCU, Nov. 7
Schedule Analysis

Kansas

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 4
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 3.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 3
3 Key Games: 1) Boston College, Sept. 19, 2) TCU, Nov. 28, 3) at Kansas State, Oct. 10
Schedule Analysis

Kansas State

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 8.5
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 6.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 8
3 Key Games: 1) at Baylor, Nov. 28, 2) at TCU, Oct. 17, 3) at Iowa State, Oct. 29
Schedule Analysis

Oklahoma

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 10.5
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 10.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 11
3 Key Games: 1) Tennessee, Sept. 12, 2) Texas, Oct. 10, 3) at West Virginia, Nov. 7
Schedule Analysis

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Oklahoma State

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 8
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 8
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 8
3 Key Games: 1) at TCU, Oct. 3, 2) at Kansas State, Nov. 21, 3) at Baylor, Nov. 7
Schedule Analysis

TCU

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 7.5
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 8
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 5
3 Key Games: 1) Oklahoma State, Oct. 3, 2) Iowa State, Nov. 7, 3) at Baylor, Oct. 24
Schedule Analysis

Texas

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 8.5
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 9.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 7
3 Key Games: 1) at Kansas State, Oct. 3, 2) at Oklahoma State, Nov. 28, 3) at Texas Tech, Oct. 24
Schedule Analysis

Texas Tech

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 6
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 6.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 4
3 Key Games: 1) Baylor, Oct. 15, 2) West Virginia, Oct. 3, 3) at TCU, Nov. 21
Schedule Analysis

West Virginia

2020 Future Win Total Projection: 7
2019 Spring Win Total Projection: 7.5
2019 Regular Season Win Total: 5
3 Key Games: 1) at Texas Tech, Oct. 3, 2) at Iowa State, Nov. 28, 3) Kansas State, Sept. 26
Schedule Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://collegefootballnews.com/2020/03/college-football-future-win-total-projections-for-all-130-teams-spring-version/4

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