2012 Big 12 Tournament Bracket, TV Schedule, and Tickets

In the surprise of the century, Kansas won the regular season Big 12 title.

Okay, okay, so it’s not a surprise…more like an annual coronation. What Bill Self has done in Lawrence is amazing even for a program that was already so prestigious when he got there. Now we’ll see if Self and the Jayhawks can win the Big 12 Tournament and secure another #1 seed. Certainly Missouri, Baylor, Iowa State and perhaps a surprise team will have something to say about that.

In this post, we present the bracket, TV schedule, and a few useful links as you plan your Big 12 tournament watching or attending.

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Big 12 Tournament Bracket

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Via Big12Sports.com

2012 Big 12 Tournament TV Schedule and Results

Game Date Matchup Time TV
1 Wed, March 7 #9 Texas A&M def #8 Oklahoma 62-53 6:00 ET B12Network
2 Wed, March 7 #7 Oklahoma State def #10 Texas Tech 76-60 8:30 ET B12Network
         
3 Thu, March 8 #4 Baylor def #5 Kansas State 82-74 11:30 AM ESPN2
4 Thu, March 8 #1 Kansas def #9 Texas A&M 83-66 2:00 ET ESPN2
5 Thu, March 8 #2 Missouri def #7 Oklahoma State 88-70 6:00 ET B12Network
6 Thu, March 8 #6 Texas def #3 Iowa State 71-65 8:30 ET ESPN2
         
7 Fri, March 9 #4 Baylor def #1 Kansas 81-72 6:30 ET B12Network/ESPNU
8 Fri, March 9 #2 Missouri def #6 Texas 81-67 9:00 ET B12Network/ESPNU
         
9 Sat, March 10 Big 12 Championship Game: #2 Missouri def #4 Baylor 90-75 5:00 ET ESPN

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And here is a rundown of the history of the Big 12 Tournament, which as you can see, has been fairly well dominated by Kansas.

Big 12 Tournament History: Champions and MOPs

Year Big 12 Tournament Champion Score Big 12 Tournament Runner-Up MOP Site
1997 #1 Kansas 87-60 #10 Missouri Paul Pierce, Kansas Kansas City
1998 #1 Kansas 72-58 #3 Oklahoma Paul Pierce, Kansas Kansas City
1999 #3 Kansas 53-37 #5 Oklahoma State Jeff Boschee, Kansas Kansas City
2000 #1 Iowa State 70-58 #3 Oklahoma Marcus Fizer, Iowa State Kansas City
2001 #3 Oklahoma 54-45 #4 Texas Nolan Johnson, Oklahoma Kansas City
2002 #2 Oklahoma 64-55 #1 Kansas Hollis Price, Oklahoma Kansas City
2003 #3 Oklahoma 49-47 #5 Missouri Hollis Price, Oklahoma Dallas
2004 #1 Oklahoma State 65-49 #2 Texas Tony Allen, Oklahoma State Dallas
2005 #3 Oklahoma State 72-68 #4 Texas Tech Joey Graham, Oklahoma State Kansas City
2006 #2 Kansas 80-68 #1 Texas Mario Chalmers, Kansas Dallas
2007 #1 Kansas 88-84 #3 Texas Kevin Durant, Texas Oklahoma City
2008 #3 Kansas 84-74 #1 Texas Brandon Rush, Kansas Kansas City
2009 #3 Missouri 73-60 #9 Baylor DeMarre Carroll, Missouri Oklahoma City
2010 #1 Kansas 72-64 #2 Kansas State Sherron Collins, Kansas Kansas City
2011 #1 Kansas 85-73 #2 Texas Marcus Morris, Kansas Kansas City
2012 #2 Missouri 90-75 #4 Baylor Kim English, Missouri Kansas City

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