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Big 12 football: Virtual media day set for Monday

The Big 12’s annual football media days have undergone significant changes this year, but fans will still have an opportunity to watch.

The Big 12 Virtual Media Day is set for Monday on ESPN+ from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on two different streams, the conference announced Wednesday.

Media sessions with coaches will be on one stream, while the other will feature each coach on the Big 12 Now set as well as player interviews with the conference. The Big 12 Now set will include ESPN reporters Anish Shroff, Rod Gilmore and Dusty Dvoracek.

Big 12 correspondent Morgan Uber will conduct interviews with players.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley will speak with media at noon. Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy will speak with media at 1 p.m. 

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby will speak at 9 a.m. to open the one-day event, which was originally a two-day event scheduled for earlier this month. But the coronavirus pandemic forced the conference to adjust the event.

Here is Monday’s schedule for coaches to meet with media:

9 a.m.: Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby

10 a.m.: West Virginia coach Neal Brown

10:30 a.m.: Baylor coach Dave Aranda

11 a.m.: Iowa State coach Matt Campbell

11:30 a.m.: Texas Tech coach Matt Wells

Noon: OU coach Lincoln Riley

12:30 p.m.: Big 12 liaison to officials Greg Burks

1 p.m.: OSU coach Mike Gundy

1:30 p.m.: Kansas coach Les Miles

2 p.m.: TCU coach Gary Patterson

2:30 p.m.: Kansas State coach Chris Klieman

3 p.m.: Texas coach Tom Herman

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