It is the Big XII, and you know what that means? Surprises! the Big XII is an underrated power conference that has played an exciting brand of football for years now. A coaching change at Oklahoma lends to a little mystery. The conference looks open for the taking. Check out the top football betting tips for betting on this weekend’s games.
.JT Daniels will throw thirty touchdown passes at West Virginia. Coach Brown described Daniels as “the smartest quarterback we have ever had.” Daniels’ football talent and intelligence have never been doubted. Although he was a five-star recruit, he couldn’t keep his health in check, so he won the USC and Georgia starting jobs but could never stay healthy. This is his last chance to show that he’s more than another Tate Martell. Daniels will throw over 30 touchdowns, and the Mountaineers will be in the hunt to play in a bowl match. Many Georgia fans will be left wondering why Kirby Smart chose Stetson Bennett instead of Daniels at the end of the season.
Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State, will lead the Big 12 in rush: Texas’ star running back Robinson is the best NFL prospect and a legitimate Heisman trophy candidate. Texas’ offensive line may not be as good as it could be, but Kansas State’s line will be better than Texas’s, which is why Vaughn will lead the conference in rushing. Preseason camp saw the Longhorns lose guard Junior Angilau to a season-ending injury in his knee, which makes this bold prediction more likely. He was a fifth-year senior with 34 career starts. Vaughn ran 1,404 yards, with 468 receiving yards and 22 total touchdowns. He could run for even more this season.
Texas bowls: The Longhorns lost six consecutive games in coach Steve Sarkisian, first season en route to a disappointing 5-7 finish. Texas is still some time away from challenging for the conference title. Playing behind a suspect offensive line might be difficult for Ohio State transfer Quinn Ewers. Texas will finish 7-5 after beating Baylor at home during the regular-season finale.
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