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About the Campaign

The Big 12 Champions for Life campaign highlights student-athlete’s life-changing stories through the opportunities that a scholarship provides. The young women and men given the opportunity to compete in their chosen sport embody the defining characteristics of a champion: leadership, perseverance, community service, and discipline. Inspiring stories of student-athletes representing each of the conference’s ten universities will be shared throughout the 2017-2018 academic year. Serving as a role model both on the field and in the classroom, each of the student-athletes selected in the campaign truly encapsulate what being a champion for life is all about.

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The Big 12 Conference, in partnership with the College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation’s Extra Yard for Teachers (EYFT) platform, has announced a campaign to honor educators across the country. More than 100 student-athletes featured in the “Big 12 Champions for Life” campaign have been given the opportunity to recognize a teacher (grades K-12) who made a lasting impact during their academic journey. Each nominated teacher will receive a $1,000 grant to be applied toward a classroom project and teaching supplies. Teacher announcements and more can be found on the Big 12 Champions for Life social platforms.

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6 days ago Big12Champ4Life photo We are so proud to announce that #Big12Champions has won THREE @tellyawards in the regional television, social video, and online webseries categories! https://t.co/gzFLhMZIrh
2 weeks ago #Big12Champions featured @WVUVolleyball's Lindsay Proctor earlier this season + she nominated Timothy Williamson for a @CFPExtraYard $1000 grant.

To her surprise, Williamson donated the money to the life skills class that Lindsay's brother, who has autism, attended.
#HailWV https://t.co/zKAERTuP2P
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