Found June 30, 2013 on College Football Universe:
Oklahoma is projected to win the Big 12 conference with a record of 11-1 overall, but the Sooners could easily lose a couple more games. Notre Dame is the most likely opponent to defeat OU since they are playing in South Bend. Texas or Oklahoma State could also be possible losses. Red River Rivalry or Bedlam could determine the Big 12 conference champion as it has in past years.  Oklahoma State is ranked No. 38 in the CFU Preseason Rankings. However, the Cowboys could end up being a top  25 team and contend for the Big 12, but many experts are overrating them due to the number of returning starters.Despite the Pokes' stellar offensive output, they lost three of their five final regular season games and finished in the bottom half of most major defensive categories - 64th in points allowed per game, 82nd in total yards allowed, and 114th in passing yards allowed. The Cowboys also had a dismal away record last season going just 1-5 on the road. It is very probable Oklahoma State w...

A Look At The 2013 Oklahoma Sooners By Position

The Oklahoman has prepared a great article that covers the 2013 Oklahoma Sooners by position for both offense and defense. They are predicting Blake Bell will start at quarterback and have the running backs and wide-outs as the strengths of the team, especially from a depth perspective.  The players they have starting on defense are for the most part non-controversial. The...

2013 Preseason All-Big 12 Conference Team: Who will make a name in 2013?

The 2013 Preseason All-Big 12 Conference Team by College Football Universe has been released. Oklahoma and Texas tied for the most players on the first team with five each. For the rest of the first team squad, Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and Texas Tech all have three apiece; TCU and Iowa State also have first team players, two and one respectively. Kansas and West Virginia...

Longhorns Need to Look to Their Youth in 2013

Mack Brown is confident about what his team can do this coming season and he should be. With a veteran laden squad returning the Longhorns should be able to build off of last season’s 9-4 finish and compete for the Big 12 crown once again. "…I do think that we are headed back in the right direction and that we have another run in us, and that I want them (the...

No. 14 Oklahoma Sooners season preview: Big Game Bob or Shorty Stoops?

No. 14 Oklahoma Sooners (10-3)Coach Bob Stoops (15th season, 149-37 at OU and overall)Returning starters: 12, 7 offense, 4 defense, 1 special teamsRecruiting rank: 14Strength of schedule ranking: 22 A new chapter begins for the Sooners in Stoops' 15th season. Oklahoma will be breaking in a new quarterback, but that's just one position of several where new starters will...

Oklahoma's freshmen of influence: Redshirts

Sooner fans are looking forward to getting a better idea of what Taylor McNamara can do in pads. (Photo courtesy: One of the most exciting parts of starting a new college football season is the anticipation of finding out what the newcomers have to offer. Upper-tier programs like Oklahoma always tend to have a couple fresh faces who can't be kept off the field...

Texas lineman camps at Colorado

Plano West High School in the Dallas Texas metroplex has turned out it's share of great defensive lineman, including current UT DE Jackson Jeffcoat and now Josh Webb. The Webb family is familiar with the Jeffcoat family and made the trip to Colorado where Jim Jeffcoat coaches the defensive line for the Buffs.
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