2010 College Football Preview – Big 12 Division
Preview of the 2010 College Football season with a focus on the Big 12 Division and the Texas Longhorns.
Playtime and spring camp are over and the 2010 College Football regular season is just around the corner. Now’s the time to get into your comfy chair, put on a stained shirt and grab a few beers… College Football has arrived!
In College Football it’s easier to follow the teams rather than individual players because coaches and team offensive and defensive strategies typically stay the same, but the players do not. Same play, different actors you could say. Senior players eventually graduate, and freshman and sophomore players often transfer schools.
The Big 12 Conference has always been known for their defensive battles and this upcoming season should be no different.
Below you will find our predicted rankings for the Big 12 Conference for the upcoming College Football season broken down by division. The numbers in brackets refer to the teams overall ranking in College Football.
Big 12 North Division
1. Nebraska (8)
3. Kansas State
5. Iowa State
Big 12 South Division
1. Texas (5)
2. Oklahoma (7)
3. Texas Tech
4. Texas A&M
6. Oklahoma State
As you can see from the above rankings, only 3 teams from the Big 12 Conference have been ranked within the top 25 teams in College Football for this upcoming College Football season.
The Big 12 Conference’s favorite to win the BCS National Championship are the Texas Longhorns. The Longhorns head coach is Mack Brown who had a record of 13-1 last College Football season.
Garret Gilbert will be making his debut as the starting quarterback for the Texas Longhorns this year. Last College Football season the Longhorns offense scored 57 touchdowns and averaged 432.4 yards per game.
Las Vegas currently has the Texas Longhorns favored at 14/1 betting odds to win the BCS National Championship.