Kliff Kingsbury made his Big 12 Media Days debut – well, he might have been here as a Tech quarterback back in the day – and many of the questions the new Tech coach were about the Big 12/SEC waltz. A few examples:
* On if he’s happy to be playing against Big 12 defenses, instead of SEC defenses: “Yeah, there’s differences in the league. But there’s so many great teams. The parity in this league, it’s exciting. Week in, week out, everyone feels like they have a chance to win. May not be like that in the other league.”
* On the mobility of expected starting quarterback Michael Brewer, who is different from past Tech QBs, considering Kingsbury coached 2012 Heisman winner Johnny Manziel last season at A&M: “We’re big on having a QB who can extend plays. Doesn’t have to mean a lot of rushing yards. Case Keenum at Houston had great feet. We definitely want a guy who can move and extend things.”
* On how the Big 12 can make up the difference on the SEC dominance: “Any time you’ve won seven national championship in a row, it’s hard to dispute that. But it’s great defenses, great coaches in that league. I think it’s cyclical, in a way. The Big 12 may be making the same sort of run.”
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