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Nebraska Cornhuskers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Nebraska Cornhuskers
Big 12 North
There’s excitement at Nebraska over Bo Pelini being hired as the Cornhuskers’ new coach. Pelini, who has been a college head coach for only one game and that was as an interim in 2003, is a defensive specialist. That should be a help for a team that finished 114th in points allowed. Nebraska ended the 2007 season tied for fifth in the Big 12 North, posting a 2-6 record. Overall, they were 5-7.
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Iowa State Cyclones 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Iowa State Cyclones
Big 12 North
Last season was a time for rookie head coach Gene Chizik to learn the ropes. He led the Iowa State Cyclones to a 2-6 Big 12 North record and a 3-9 mark overall. The Cyclones finished tied for fifth in their division. This season they’ll show some improvement but not enough to make a huge difference.
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Kansas Jayhawks2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Kansas Jayhawks
Big 12 North
Head coach Mark Mangino has been at the Kansas Jayhawks’ helm for six years. In that time his record is 37-36. But last season, everything went right for Mangino and company as the Jayhawks had their best season in a long time, going 12-1. The 7-1 Big 12 mark earned them a tied for first-place but a regular season loss to the 7-1 Missouri Tigers left Kansas out of the title game.
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NCAA Big 12 South Conference 2008 Football eason Preview: (August 2008) Big 12
The Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns are two of the finest teams in the Big 12 and will vie for the division title. The Texas Tech Red Raiders could be spoilers this season. Although the Big 12 South includes three very fine clubs, it also has the worst of the worst—the Bears of Baylor.
The Sooners of Oklahoma field one of the finest quarterbacks in the nation and a deep offense. The defensive frontline is a premi More...
Baylor Bears 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Baylor Bears
Big 12 South
Head coach Art Briles, who is 34-26 over five years, takes the helm at Baylor this season. He comes from the University of Houston where he developed an explosive offense that utilized the passing and rushing game. This first season is about rebuilding, creating rapport and recruiting. In 2007, the Baylor Bears went 3-9 overall and 0-8 in the Big 12, taking last place in the c More...
Texas Tech Raiders 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Texas Tech Red Raiders
Over eight years, Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach has notched a record of 65-37. During the past five, the club has been a consistent eight and nine game winner. In 2007, the Texas Tech Red Raiders went 9-4 overall and 4-4 Big 12, tying for third in the South Division. They won a Gator Bowl berth where they met and beat Virginia 31-28.
QB Graham Harrell (713 ATT, 512 COMP, 5,705 YDS, 48 TDs, 14 INT), who was tops in the nation in passing, More...
Texas A &M Aggies 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Texas A&M Aggies
Mike Sherman comes in as a first-year coach, looking to instill an innovative offensive scheme at Texas A&M. Sherman is determined to give the Aggies a new look and to get this club to a spot where they play consistently. The Aggies of Texas A&M put up a 7-6 record overall and a 4-4 Big 12 mark in 2007. In the Big 12 South, they tied for third and went to the Alamo Bowl. They lost to Penn State 17-24.
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Texas Longhorns2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) In ten years at the helm of Texas, coach Mack Brown has an amazing record of 100-25. In the Big 12 South last season, The Texas Longhorns placed second going 5-3 and 10-3 overall. The Longhorns then beat Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl 52-34.
Texas QB Colt McCoy (424 ATT, 276 COMP, 3,303 YDS, 22 TDs, 18 INT) has shown that he is the “Real McCoy” would be both a weak joke and the truth. He is a premium performer when it comes to the option. In 2007, he ran for fou More...
Oklahoma State Cowboys 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Although head coach Mike Gundy has an unimpressive 18-19 mark in three years, he’s 14-11 in the last two, and that’s not bad. The Oklahoma State Cowboys went 7-6 overall and 4-4 in the Big 12 in 2007. They finished the year tied for third-place in the South Division. The Cowboys made their fourth bowl appearance in five years, going to the Independence Bowl. There they met the Alabama Crimson Tide. OSU lost to the Tide 24-30.
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Oklahoma Sooners 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Bob Stoops starts his tenth year as head coach at Oklahoma. Over that time, he’s amassed a record 97-22. In 2007, Oklahoma had an 11-3 overall record and a Big 12 mark of 6-2. The club finished at the top of the Big 12 South. They played and beat Missouri 38-17 for the conference crown.
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