As the boys begin to dissect the Big 12, Campbell introduces a college football power rating system that he’s been developing behind the scenes. How will Oklahoma and Oklahoma State fill the voids left by their quarterbacks’ departures? Is the hype real for Longhorn nation this year? Can the experienced Texas Tech defense do enough to keep Kliff Kingsbury in Lubbock? One thing is for sure, you can chalk up another losing season for the Jayhawks. Campbell predicts season win totals for all ten teams and reveals who he believes will come out on top of the Big 12 in 2018. [01:36] Baylor Bears [05:23] Iowa State Cyclones [11:06] Kansas Jayhawks [14:05] Kansas State Wildcats [16:26] Oklahoma Sooners [21:36] Oklahoma State Cowboys [23:32] TCU Horned Frogs [26:00] Texas Longhorns [30:02] Texas Tech Red Raiders [33:55] West Virginia Mountaineers [38:46] recap all Big 12 win totals Follow us on Twitter @TheDollarParlay for daily betting insights and game-by-game previews. This episode is brought to you by The Armchair All-Americans. #TakeASeat www.ArmchairAllAmericans.com
We take a statistical look at how TCU football has fared historically against every opponent on the calendar this fall.
AJ Marchese and Rob Paul bring you another 2019 NFL Draft conference preview with the Big 12! They dive in on Will Grier and whether or not he has first-round talent. Next they hit the RBs and one of the best in the country resides in Big 12 country. On top of that they look at the deep WR talent, dissect one the most gifted offensive tackles, and talk about a potential stud pass rusher.
As always, some games will come easier than others for the Horned Frogs on the football field this fall. Here's how they all stack up for the 2018 campaign.
There's plenty of NFL talent talent throughout college football this season, but who are the best prospects in each conference? The Armchair Scout picks the best offensive and defensive prospect for the 2019 NFL Draft from every conference.
On this week's show Kory and Cullen discuss Big 12 Media Days and some new rules for the 2018 season. After this lively conversation the guys preview the 2018 Kansas State Wildcats football team with a little help from the guys over at KState Online. A big thank you to Matt Hall and Derek Young for their insight into the Kansas State program. As always we hope you enjoy the show!
The Horned Frogs have a quarterback room that many teams would envy. We break down the biggest names and give our prediction for the depth chart in 2018.