Handicapping The Big 12 North

Posted by Ryan Faller on September-23-2009 Add Comments
For years now, the power that lies within the Big 12 has often resided in the South. Traditionally, a host of North Division pretenders has dueled it out atop of perch of mediocrity, only to await an annual slaughter in the championship game on behalf of Oklahoma and Texas. Nebraska ruled the North division during the conference's infancy days of 1996-97. Then came the reign of Bill Snyder and his turn-of-the-century Kansas State Wildcats. A few years later, Colorado captured the limelight, nabbing four division titles in five seasons. Now, it appears that the stranglehold belongs to Missouri, winners of the last two Big 12 North crowns. Even Kansas has joined the parade with its co-ownership of the 2007 title. But 2009 is shaping up to...

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