MEDIA DAYS This was going to be my headline until I realized they start tomorrow and not today.
️ ️— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) July 11, 2022
The 2022 #Big12FB Media Days Presented by @OldTrapper will take place this week, July 13-14, at @ATTStadium.
The season preview event will feature head coaches and student-athletes from each team as well as Commissioner Brett Yormark’s introductory press conference. pic.twitter.com/CTpHmfLXmu
SUMMER HOOPS The chemistry is coming along
“We’re only in the fourth week and it feels like we’ve been together for years.”— Iowa State Men’s Basketball (@CycloneMBB) July 8, 2022
Hear from @TaminLipsey and @GabrielKalsche1. #Cyclones | #C5C pic.twitter.com/HvPddhDNNE
HAPPY SAD One of the coolest things about the Hoiberg era guys is they all still show Iowa State love, the sad thing, Morris has to play basketball for the Washington Wizards next year
Always great having Cyclone legends come back to visit. Thanks for stopping by @BigGameTae! #OnceACycloneAlwaysACyclone pic.twitter.com/BUXlLUc18t— Cyclone Letterwinners (@isuletterwinner) July 11, 2022
THE LITECAST If you could put any 9 teams in a conference with Iowa State, who would they be?
TIGER TALK Tiger is not living for LIV
ARE YOU ACRISURE ABOUT THAT? Heinz Field will be renamed from ketchup to whatever acrisure is. Big Ben doesn’t like it.
SUMMER LEAGUE Jabari Smith and Tari Eason put on a defensive showcase last night. This Rockets team has some 2012 OKC Thunder vibes. I think they’re still a year away from being a year away.
THE LOGO Chet 4 Logo
New NBA Logo? pic.twitter.com/wPf0yDconK— Amir (@blumenfeld) July 12, 2022
BACHELORETTEs ARE BACK How will it work? After one episode, it’s unclear.
WHO’S ON THE BLOCK Kevin Durant for every player listed in this article. Who says no?
CHRIS CREAMER’S SPORTS LOGO OF THE WEEK How about an almost logo? This one was so unpopular it never made an appearance on the field. It seems like the Iowa Caucuses are probably a long shot too.
In 2003, Minor League Baseball's New Haven Ravens moved up to Manchester, NH and announced they'd be known as the New Hampshire Primaries with this patriotic logo showing an elephant and a donkey side-by-side.— Chris Creamer (@sportslogosnet) July 4, 2022
Fans hated it, the named was scrapped before they played a game. pic.twitter.com/uUxLKqk3c7