List of Big 12 Conference Champions - Sports - Football

Football

See also: Big 12 Football Championship Game

Number of football titles by school

Big 12 Championship Game

Season North Division
Representative
South Division
Representative
Big 12
Champion
1996 Nebraska Texas Texas
1997 Nebraska Texas A&M Nebraska
1998 Kansas State Texas A&M Texas A&M
1999 Nebraska Texas Nebraska
2000 Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma
2001 Colorado Texas Colorado
2002 Colorado Oklahoma Oklahoma
2003 Kansas State Oklahoma Kansas State
2004 Colorado Oklahoma Oklahoma
2005 Colorado Texas Texas
2006 Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma
2007 Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma
2008 Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma
2009 Nebraska Texas Texas
2010 Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma

Note: While the team playing in the championship game is popularly regarded as the divisional champion, the Big 12 does officially recognize co-champions in football, just like it does in other sports. As a result, the following teams are also recognized as champions by the Big 12:
North Co-Champions: Kansas State (1999), Nebraska (2000, 2001, 2008), Iowa State (2004), Kansas (2007), Missouri (2010)
South Co-Champions: Texas (2002, 2008), Texas Tech (2008), Oklahoma (2008), Oklahoma State (2010), Texas A&M (2010)

2011 – present

When Nebraska and Colorado left the conference after the 2010 season, it left the conference with only 10 members. The conference did not replace the two teams and therefore eliminated the Big 12 Championship game. Under the new format, every team plays each other and the team with the best conference record wins the Big 12 title. In the event of a tie between two teams or more teams for the best conference record, then they are determined co-champions. However, the team with the highest BCS ranking at the end of the season earns the BCS berth in the Fiesta Bowl.

Big 12 Champions

Season Big 12
Champion
2011 Oklahoma State†
2012 Kansas State†
Oklahoma

Note: † Denotes team received BCS Bowl Berth.

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