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College Football Preview 2020: Big 12

Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State
Power Rankings

1. Oklahoma Sooners Projected Record: 9-2 (Win Big 12 Championship Game)
Strengths: The defense took a major leap in Alex Grinch's first year as defensive coordinator and now eight starters are back. There's a lot to like about all three levels on this defense and notable holdovers from a rush defense that ranked 32nd in the nation. Losing Kenneth Murray is obviously huge, but former five-star recruit Caleb Kelly looks healthy and ready to roll at linebacker... Oklahoma's offensive line has been the most underrated aspect of the Sooners' recent success and it looks loaded once again. Junior Creed Humphrey might be the best center in the country, and one of the best offensive linemen, period. Both tackles are also All-Big 12 material in senior Erik Swenson and junior Adrian Ealy... The next in line at quarterback is likely going to be redshirt freshman Spencer Rattler, assuming he can hold off Tanner Mordecai. Rattler will have a lot of attention on him this year, but the former high-profile recruit has a huge arm, and he's a tremendous athlete. He seems like the perfect fit for Lincoln Riley's offense, and should put up huge numbers.

Weaknesses: The Sooners didn't have a great off-season, losing projected star wide out Jadon Hasselwood to injury and then watching Kennedy Brooks opt out. Brooks is a much bigger loss than some might realize; he tallied over 1,000 yards a season ago and was the fuel of the offense at times. With Trey Sermon also gone (transferred to Ohio State) Oklahoma's got depth concerns. Rhamondre Stevenson would likely be the favorite to start, but he'll be suspended to begin the year. That could leave the job up the trio of Marcus Major, T.J. Pledger and newcomer Seth McGowan. Major and Pledger are the "experienced" options, but neither have seen a serious bulk of carries in their OU careers... With Hasselwood out, Oklahoma also has their weakest receiver group in some time. It's still a fairly talented collection, with the headliner being Charleston Rambo. Rambo had 743 yards in 2019 in a sidekick role but he'll have to be the go-to guy. He's not quite the playmaker of past Oklahoma star receivers like CeeDee Lamb or Marquise Brown. Keep an eye on sophomores Theo Wease and Trejan Brides, whose opportunities will increase... The defense does still need to make strides if OU wants to seriously contend for a National Title. Although the numbers were significantly better in 2019 than '18, they were still really bad in the red zone, and didn't create much turnovers. This secondary has some potential ball hawks, now it's time to see what they can really do.

Bottom Line: Replacing Jalen Hurts, Lamb and Murray is a tall task for any program, even one of Oklahoma's pedigree. Things didn't get any easier with the messy off-season, and the potential improvement of other Big 12 contenders. Oklahoma gets the benefit of the doubt after five straight league titles, but this may be Lincoln Riley's toughest job yet. There are a lot of questions on both sides of the ball, and Rattler will have to lead this offense without any hiccups.

2. Oklahoma State Cowboys Projected Record: 9-2 (Lose Big 12 Championship Game)
Strengths: The offense was the talk of the off-season in Stillwater, as the Cowboys return two proven stars in back Chuba Hubbard and wide out Tylan Wallace. Hubbard should be a Heisman contender once again after rushing for 2,094 yards and 21 touchdowns. He's a dominating force and after an interesting off-season, he'll be eager to get back on the field. Wallace on the other hand was a 2018 Biletnikoff Award finalist before dealing with injury a year ago. When healthy, he's a true game-changer on the perimeter... The defense wasn't very good in 2019, but it helps that nearly every major contributor is back. The linebacker combo of Malcolm Rodriguez and Amen Ogbongbemiga might be the best in the conference, and the secondary is led by junior Kolby Harvey-Peel, who had five interceptions last fall... It's time for big things from quarterback Spencer Sanders, as he's fully healthy entering 2020. Sanders was a breakout candidate for many (including me) entering 2019 and well he was okay, he also dealt with injuries and turnovers. His 16-11 TD-INT ratio certainly was underwhelming, even in an offense that wants to take shots down the field. With Dru Brown graduated, it's now or never for Sanders, who certainly has the talent to do big things.

Weaknesses: It will be interesting to see how this off-season impacts this football team. Mike Gundy and Hubbard had a very open spat over his decision to wear a shirt, and it wouldn't be shocking if that leaks into the season. Perhaps it will be a good thing for Gundy and the team as a whole, but it could also be a distraction... Oklahoma State will be on their third OC in as many years after Sean Gleeson took the same gig at Rutgers. The new coordinator will be Kasey Dunn, a long-time receivers coach who will now get the opportunity to run things. He won't change much up from his predecessors, but it's a tough adjustment without much of an off-season... How does Oklahoma State handle being considered a top-tier contender in the league? It's a fair question, considering the Cowboys have been good under Gundy, but rarely great. They obviously have to get past their in-state rival to take over the conference, but the returns of Hubbard and Wallace have skyrocketed expectations.

Bottom Line: On paper, this might be Gundy's best Oklahoma State team since the one that nearly went to the BCS National Championship in 2011. With that being said, the defense still has to make improvements, and Sanders has to cut down on turnovers if there's any hope of the Cowboys running the league. Gundy is just 2-13 against Oklahoma in his career; the opportunity is there for the 'Pokes to finally end the Sooners hold on the league, but can they do it?

3. Texas Longhorns Projected Record: 8-2
Strengths: Texas has the best quarterback in the Big 12 in Sam Ehlinger, and a Top 5 QB nationally. The senior just has that "it" factor, a fearless leader who goes out and competes every Saturday. Ehlinger ran the ball 163 times a year ago, a number that Tom Herman wants to decrease. Well Ehlinger is a good runner, he's most effective when he's on his feet and not risking injury... The defense suffered through an injury-plagued 2019, and their numbers reflect that. They were 97th in total defense and were particularly bad against the pass, 127th in the nation. The good news is that new coordinator Chris Ash does have a lot of talent to work with. Junior end Joseph Ossai is one of the best players that you've never heard of, leading the team in tackles and sacks in 2019. The secondary simply can't be as bad as last year, and there's nearly every important piece back... A major concern for this group going into 2019, the running back situation actually is in a good place going into this fall. Junior Keontay Ingram appears fully healthy and ready to take over feature back duties, but he will have to hold off challenges from Roschon Johnson and newcomer Bijan Robinson. Johnson, a converted QB, was thrown into a starting role last season and did well with it, finishing up with 649 yards. Robinson is ranked as the No. 1 RB in the 2020 Class, and is the most talented tailback Texas has had in some time.

Weaknesses: Herman changed up his coaching staff after last season's disappointing 8-5 mark, bringing in Ash on defense and former Ohio State OC Mike Yurcich as his new OC. It was a necessary move considering the frustration the Longhorns felt last year, but both coordinators had very little time to implement their schemes this off-season. Expect some growing pains early as the players adjust... The receiver corps is quite a bit thinner in 2020 than in year's past following the departures of Devin Duvernay and Collin Johnson. Duvernay in particular is a huge loss, as he was the steadying force for this offense, hauling in 106 balls for 1,386 yards. A cast of relatively unproven characters will now have to step up into the limelight. Junior Brennan Eagles will be the lengthy, prototypical wide out on the outside while sophomore Jake Smith will be the burner. Fellow sophomore Joshua Moore is also likely to be inserted into the starting lineup... The defensive line was simply not very good last year, forcing former DC Todd Orlando to use exotic blitzes just to manufacture some pressure. Ash will bring a 4-2-5 scheme to Austin that will lean on the D-Line to make some plays, and there's talent to do just that. Beyond Ossai, names like Keondre Coburn and Ta'Quon Graham have to be better.

Bottom Line: Last season's stumble might actually be a good thing for Texas going into 2020, giving them extra motivation for this fall. The coaching staff changes seem to be good moves, but this chaotic off-season obviously hurts them, which makes it tough to believe Texas really is the favorite in the conference. However, with Ehlinger back and a defense ready to improve, the Longhorns should be firmly in the mix.

4. Iowa State Cyclones Projected Record: 7-3
Strengths: Quarterback Brock Purdy might be the most talented in Iowa State history. In his first full season as starter, the junior threw for 3,982 yards and 27 touchdowns, while adding eight more with his legs. His play helped the Iowa State aerial attack grow into a Top 15 unit nationally, creating more big plays than ever before. He could challenge Ehlinger as the best QB in the league, in what will likely be his final season in Ames.... Matt Campbell and his staff continue to do a great job with the defense, which is regularly among the best in the Big 12. Seven starters are back, and the unit also gets JaQuan Bailey back healthy. In 2018, Bailey was All-Big 12 after notching 46 tackles and eight sacks, but he played just four games last year before taking a medical redshirt. If he's 100 percent, he might be one of the best in the league... Iowa State entered 2019 unclear on who would seize the running back duties but by the end of the season, it was clear Breece Hall was the future of the position. He finished with 897 yards and eight touchdowns in '19 and while he may be overshadowed by Purdy, he should put up even better numbers this year.

Weaknesses: Four starters depart on the offensive line, which is always cause for concern. Campbell and his staff have recruited the line fairly well during his tenure here, but there is still going to be loads of inexperience. The lone returning starter is slated to be sophomore guard Trevor Downing... The Cyclones lose their top receiver from a year ago and while they will still feature Tarique Milton and tight end Charlie Kolar, there may be some questions there. Milton is a big play threat and Kolar is the best at this position in the Big 12, but you'd still like one or two more proven targets on the outside. Sophomore Sean Shaw is a perfect breakout candidate for the position, eager to step up into a more important role... Can ISU close out games better in 2019? Throughout the Campbell era, the Cyclones have had a frustrating time winning close ones. That carried on into last season, when Iowa State lost to Iowa, Oklahoma, and Baylor by a combined four points. Playing all those teams tough shows just how far the 'Clones have come, but can they close the job in 2020?

Bottom Line: Campbell is still awaiting his "breakthrough" and with the Big 12 so wide open, 2020 might be the year. This team a fun collection of playmakers on offense and you feel confident the defense will once again be among the best the Big 12 has to offer. Simply put, can the Cyclones win the close ones this fall? If so, they go from simply league title contenders, to possibly the favorites.

5. Baylor Bears Projected Record: 6-4
Strengths: Having a veteran quarterback is quite a luxury in college football, and it's especially huge in the Big 12. Baylor has just that in senior Charlie Brewer, who is back for his fourth year as starter. He had his best season yet in 2019, finishing with 32 total touchdowns and showed a toughness and leadership this team needed to contend for a Big 12 Title. It will be exciting to see what Brewer can do in his finale, and he has a new OC to work with in former UNC head coach Larry Fedora... Joining Brewer on offense will be some interesting skill position weapons. In the backfield, John Lovett and Trestan Ebner form quite the 1-2 punch, and Tyquan Thornton is ready to be the go-to guy at receiver. Losing Denzel Mims obviously hurts, but the Bears are deep enough at receiver to recover from his absence... Hiring Dave Aranda was a huge win for the program as whole, and a strength that will extend beyond 2020. Aranda has long been considered one of the best defensive minds in the game, and he had a number of suitors this off-season before agreeing to take the Baylor job once Matt Rhule left for the NFL. Aranda will have to rebuild some elements of this team from the one that just won 11 games, but he's proven himself as a great recruiter and excellent developer.

Weaknesses: The defense was the best in the Big 12 in 2019, but it was hit hard this off-season. Only two starters remain in Terrel Bernard at linebacker and corner Raleigh Texada, meaning there is going to be a learning curve as new pieces fill in. The primary concern is on the D-Line, where Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year James Lynch departs. It's going to be hard for a bunch of inexperienced linemen to replicate the 46 sacks Baylor had in '19... The offensive line is also a concern, as it was the real weak point on this team a year ago. The Bears allowed 2.7 sacks per game last fall (108th in the country) and now loses three starters. Guys like Connor Galvin, Jason Moore, and Blake Bedier are going to have to be anchors... While bringing back Brewer is huge for this Baylor program, can he stay healthy? Brewer suffered through head and neck injuries throughout 2019 and while he's incredibly tough, it's reasonable to wonder if he hold up in 2020, particularly if the O-Line doesn't improve. Backups Gerry Bohanon and Jacob Zeno came on and showed flashes late last fall, but neither are ready to step into a full-time role if Brewer were to go down for an extended period of time.

Bottom Line: Aranda is not going to be able to replicate last season's successes with so much gone on this defense, but Baylor certainly was not a one-hit wonder. This is a program that has proven they can compete with the big boys of the conference consistently, and there's still a lot to like about the 2020 team. A slight step back is expected, but I'd be shocked if there was any massive drop-off.

6. Texas Tech Red Raiders Projected Record: 5-5
Alan Bowman, Texas Tech

Strengths: The Red Raiders touted a Top 15 offense in 2019 despite not having their starting QB, Alan Bowman, for nearly the whole year. Bowman was lost for the season after Week Three, pushing Jett Duffey into the starting role. With Duffey transferred, Bowman is the man in this Tech offense, and he's an interesting talent. He has the prolific arm this offense always needs, and he was an excellent decision-maker for a freshman in 2018... Joining Bowman on offense will be a few dangerous skill position guys, namely senior wide out T.J. Vasher. He has eclipsed 500 yards in each of the past three seasons, but he's really looking to take the next step. It sounds like he's added more bulk to his frame, and should be ready to roll right away in 2020... The back seven should be better than last year, even with Jordyn Brooks gone at linebacker. Senior Riko Jeffers will hope to fill Brooks' spot at linebacker, while the secondary features plenty of talent at the corner spots. This pass defense was bad last season, and there's really nowhere to go but up.

Weaknesses: The defensive numbers didn't improve in Matt Wells debut season after taking over for his predecessor Kliff Kingsbury, and now Brooks and Broderick Washington are gone. While the pass defense should be improved, the front seven will need somebody else beyond Eli Howard to put pressure on opposing quarterbacks... There's some depth concerns in the backfield that wouldn't normally be a big worry, but they become much more crucial given Bowman's injury history. The race for the backup quarterback job is up in the air and while SaRodorick Thompson will be the guy at running back, there's not much behind him... Much like Iowa State, Texas Tech has to find ways to close out tight games. They lost four separate games all by just three points, all of them in the season's second half. If they can find a way to perform better when things get tight, I think we'll see a nice jump in their record.

Bottom Line: Texas Tech is my dark horse in the Big 12 entering 2020. That doesn't mean I expect them to shock everyone and win the league, but they could surprise some folks. If Bowman is able to stay healthy, this offense could contend for the best in the conference, and the defense has nowhere to go but up. The Red Raiders welcome Oklahoma, Texas and Baylor to Lubbock this season; I think they'll take down one of the big boys this fall.

7. TCU Horned Frogs Projected Record: 4-6
Strengths: Gary Patterson remains one of the better defensive minds in the game, helping lead a group that ranked 27th in total defense a year ago. This defense will lose some pieces going into 2020 but there's more than enough back, namely veteran leaders such as linebacker Garrett Wallow and junior safety Trevon Moehrig. Moehrig is among the most underrated players in the entire nation and should contend for the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the nation's best defensive back... The Horned Frogs have some interesting pieces on offense, and it will be fascinating to see how they're used this season. Junior wide out Taye Barber is a burner who can open things up when he gets an inch of space, while sophomore Mikel Barkley is a potential breakout candidate. The backfield is a little unproven, but there's also upside there in the form of Daimarqua Foster, a redshirt freshman... TCU's juggling of their coaching staff should be a good thing, even with the shortened off-season. Doug Meacham rejoins the offensive coaching staff, teaming up again with OC Sonny Cumbie. The pair produced a few prodigious offenses in 2014-2015, and they have explosiveness to work with on this roster. Former Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill also joins the staff, also helping toy with this offense.

Weaknesses: The quarterback situation may be the worst in the conference, rivaling only Kansas in terms of question marks. Sophomore Max Duggan was expected to take the next step after a promising 2019, but a previously undiscovered heart condition took him out indefinitely a few weeks ago. There's still a chance Duggan returns in 2020 and takes back the starting gig, but TCU has real problems behind him following the departures of Justin Rogers and Matt Baldwin. Expect sophomore Matthew Downing to be the favorite for the job, a guy who has thrown ten passes in his entire collegiate career... It doesn't help the QB situation that the offensive line returns just one starter, center Coy McMillon. This unit was okay last fall, but there's an obvious lack of experience here with all the departures. The good news is that both tackle spots could be manned by seniors, even if neither have seen a large dosage of snaps in their careers... While Moehrig will keep the secondary intact, this unit still loses a lot from the 27th-ranked pass defense in the nation a year ago. Corner Jeff Gladney is now a Minnesota Viking, and the other CB spot is also up for grabs. It's never a fun time in a league like the Big 12 not to have either corner spot locked down.

Bottom Line: Patterson is too good of a coach for TCU to remain down for long, and this team would've been very dangerous with Duggan at the helm. However, the questions on offense are really notable, and while the staff should be a good thing, it won't be an easy transition. I still won't be shocked if TCU is able to climb up the league standings a little bit, but I don't expect much more than a .500 mark with all these concerns.

8. Kansas State Wildcats Projected Record: 4-6
Strengths: Kansas State is blessed with a veteran quarterback in senior Skylar Thompson, who is closing in on a number of K-State records. Thompson isn't very flashy, but he's a dual-threat who can move the ball and doesn't make very much mistakes. He really is an ideal fit for the offense that Chris Klieman wants to run... The Wildcats ranked second in the Big 12 in scoring defense a year ago and they return enough to feel pretty good about this group. Defensive end Wyatt Hubert was an All-Big 12 player a year ago and he should be even better as a junior, while senior linebacker Elijah Sullivan is a real tone-setter in the heart of this defense... Special teams has been a strength for a long time for Kansas State, and this unit looks strong entering 2020. Senior kicker Blake Lynch has hit 33 of 37 field goals in his career and while he may be small (5'5"), he's got a huge leg. The punter position loses their guy in Devin Anctil, but the Wildcats should be able to find someone.

Weaknesses: This offensive line was a major reason for K-State's success last fall, and now every starter is gone. It's particularly concerning for an offense that likes to rotate regularly, and likes to play a powerful brand of football, often different than most of what you'll see around the rest of the Big 12... In addition to the O-Line being gutted this off-season, the rest of the offense needs to find some new contributors at important positions, including tailback and receiver. Veterans James Gilbert and Jordon Brown were rock-solid last fall but are now gone from the backfield, meaning Harry Trotter is likely to be the feature guy. At wide out, sophomore Malik Knowles looks like he's ready to be the top guy, but who will step up behind him? Keep an eye on Josh Youngblood, who has proven himself as a special teams weapon, but must contribute more as a receiver... The K-State schedule is somewhat worrying. They begin Big 12 action on the road against Oklahoma then close out their schedule by getting Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Baylor and Texas all in a row. No schedule is a breeze this year, but that's a brutal way to end the regular season.

Bottom Line: Kansas State has traditionally been a team that exceeds expectations, much the same way they did by winning eight games in Klieman's debut. In the end, picking them eighth in the league might be too low, but I have real concerns about the offense. Even with Thompson back, there are enough fresh faces that this unit could really struggle to generate the yardage they'll need to compete in this conference.

9. West Virginia Mountaineers Projected Record: 2-8
Strengths: The Mountaineers have two proven quarterbacks on their roster, both of them former transfers. Former Oklahoma transfer Austin Kendall started 2019 off as the starter, but he was later overtaken by former Bowling Green transfer Jarret Doege. Doege appears to be slated in as the starter entering 2020, but having a reliable player like Kendall as the back-up is a win... In addition to the quarterback position, there's a lot back at the other skill positions. Junior back Leddie Brown as proven himself as a capable playmaker, and he'll get the bulk of the carries this fall. On the outside, T.J. Simmons and Sam James form a powerful 1-2 punch when they're both healthy... The Stills brothers are both back to guide a defensive line that could be among the best in the league. Nose tackle Darius Stills is a tireless worker on the inside who earned All-Big 12 honors in 2019. His younger brother, Dante, pairs him with him inside to give opposing blockers real problems. Dante technically wasn't a starter a year ago, but he saw a lot of snaps.

Weaknesses: The offensive line should be strong in the interior, but neither tackle spot can be considered a strength entering 2020. Left tackle Colton McKivitz is a particularly tough loss, and the line certainly has room for improvement, as it was a major reason why West Virginia's 2019 rush offense was one of the worst in program history... The secondary has some notable question marks as well, especially at corner. The Mountaineers are very young at the position, with junior Dreshun Miller the real favorite to be their No. 1 at the position. Sophomore Kerry Martin is a rising star at free safety, but the other safeties on this roster leave a little to be desired... Former defensive coordinator Vic Koennig was let go just over a month ago as a result of allegations of mistreatment and verbal abuse. Koennig did an average job with this defense from a season ago, but replacing a coordinator so close to the season is always difficult, now even more tough with the pandemic. It sounds like the defensive staff as a whole will share coordinator duties in 2020, which could either work well or be a disaster.

Bottom Line: Neal Brown seems like the right guy to lead this West Virginia program, but it will take time for him to build his foundation and culture here. The Mountaineers were respectable in 2019 at 5-7, and they should hover around the .500 threshold once again. However, they need their offense to put up points if they want any chance to compete with the other high-powered offenses in the league. While there is a lot to like that is back, this was the 116th ranked scoring offense in America last fall, and there's plenty of ground to make up.

10. Kansas Jayhawks Projected Record: 1-9
Strengths: With Kennedy Brooks opting out, Pooka Williams takes over as the second-best running back in the Big 12, trailing only Chuba Hubbard. Williams has been magical in his two seasons in Lawrence, rushing for over 1,000 yards in both years. He's had some off-the-field issues, but he sounds ready to go for 2020, and is the clear No. 1 option now that Khalil Herbert has transferred... In addition to Williams, the receiver corps should be really good. The trio of Andrew Parchment, Stephon Robinson and Kwamie Lassiter is highly underrated, and Parchment has emerged as one of the most reliable in the league. I expect the Jayhawks to try and take even more shots down the field in 2020, even with some of the questions they have at QB... Les Miles proved last fall he still has some magic left in him, even though a 3-9 record isn't exactly something to ride home about. Kansas played harder than they have in years past and were much more competitive in the conference, winning a game and pushing West Virginia and Texas. That doesn't mean Miles is going to be able to turnaround this program, but things will at least be more exciting.

Weaknesses: Quarterback play is the obvious concern on offense. Carter Stanley departed after a solid year, leaving former JUCO transfer Thomas MacVittie as the favorite to take the job. MacVittie began his career at Pittsburgh before taking the junior college ranks and ending up at Kansas. He appeared in just two games a season ago, so he isn't an overwhelming favorite and could be pushed by junior Miles Kendrick. Newcomer Jalon Daniels might end up being the biggest challenger, a youngster that can make things happen with his legs... The defense was still really bad a year ago, and now must replace six starters. There just wasn't much to like about this unit in 2019, as they gave up too many big plays, were poor at tackling, and didn't create much turnovers. They ranked in the bottom ten nationally in nearly every major defensive category. Clearly, there's still work to be done for Miles and DC D.J. Eliot... Moving to a conference plus-one schedule really hurts traditional bottom feeders like Kansas. Instead of getting the opportunity to figure things out in the non-conference and gain some momentum, the Jayhawks only play a conference they've struggled with mightily the past decade (plus Coastal Carolina). Their late October to late November stretch is absolutely brutal, even with a bye week sandwiched in.

Bottom Line: The Jayhawks are still far, far away from being any type of serious contender in the league, but at least they were more competitive in 2019. Returning Pooka Williams might give KU fans a reason to tune in, but it is likely to be another long year in Lawrence as they attempt to lock down a long-term core. A winless record in the league certainly shouldn't be shocking, especially with the rest of the Big 12 seemingly improving.

All-Big 12 Teams
First Team
QB: Sam Ehlinger, Texas
RB: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
RB: Pooka Williams Jr., Kansas
WR: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State
WR: Tyquan Thornton, Baylor
TE: Charlie Kolar, Iowa State
OL: Samuel Cosmi, Texas
OL: Dylan Galloway, Oklahoma State
OL: Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
OL: Tyrese Robinson, Oklahoma
OL: Jack Anderson, Texas Tech
DL: Darius Stills, West Virginia
DL: Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma
DL: Wyatt Hubert, Kansas State
DL: JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State
LB: Joseph Ossai, Texas
LB: Terrel Bernard, Baylor
LB: Amen Ogbongbemiga, Oklahoma State
CB: Raleigh Texada, Baylor
CB: Adrian Frye, Texas Tech
S: Trevon Moehrig, TCU
S: Greg Eisworth, Iowa State
Kicker: Gabe Brkic, Oklahoma
Punter: Kyle Thompson, Kansas

Second Team
QB: Brock Purdy, Iowa State
RB: Breece Hall, Iowa State
RB: Keontay Ingram, Texas
WR: Charleston Rambo, Oklahoma
WR: Tarique Milton, Iowa State
TE: Austin Stogner, Oklahoma
OL: Erik Swenson, Oklahoma
OL: Trevor Downing, Iowa State
OL: Coy McMillon, TCU
OL: Marquis Hayes, Oklahoma
OL: Blake Bedier, Baylor
DL: Eli Howard, Texas Tech
DL: Keondre Coburn, Texas
DL: Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma
DL: T.J. Franklin, Baylor
LB: Mike Rose, Iowa State
LB: Malcolm Rodriguez, Oklahoma State
LB: Garrett Wallow, TCU
CB: Tre Brown, Oklahoma
CB: Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State
S: Caden Sterns, Texas
S: Ar'Darius Washington, TCU
Kicker: Cameron Dicker, Texas
Punter: Isaac Power, Baylor

Honors & Awards
Big 12 Championship: Oklahoma over Oklahoma State
Offensive Player of the Year: Chubba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
Defensive Player of the Year: Trevon Moehrig, TCU
Newcomer of the Year: Bijan Robinson, Texas
Coach of the Year: Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State

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