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  1. Projecting the 2013 Big 12 standings

    David Ubben

    Colleague Brian Fremeau at Football projected the finish of each Big 12 team and calculated the odds of each Big 12 team winning the title. He says Texas leads the way at 10-2 with a 39 percent chance of winning the league, but also says five tea...

    Blog | May 02, 2013
  2. Oklahoma State the 'unluckiest' Big 12 team?

    David Ubben

    Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau ran down his luckiest and unluckiest teams in college football this season, and though no Big 12 teams cracked his list of the luckiest teams, Oklahoma State was No. 2 on his list of the nation's unluckiest teams. ...

    Blog | December 13, 2012
  3. Kansas State set up for disappointment?

    David Ubben

    We're wrapping up our series on the 20 teams that can win it all, but Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau doubled back to peg the five teams that are getting some preseason hype but won't win it all. You'll need Insider to see the full piece, but Fr...

    Blog | June 18, 2012
  4. Longhorns best suited for title run in 2013?

    David Ubben

    Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau broke down five teams that are nearly elite, but need big improvement on one side of the ball. One of those teams? The Texas Longhorns. You'll need ESPN Insider to see the full piece, but here's what Fremeau h...

    Blog | March 21, 2012
  5. Baylor, OSU QB transitions will be key

    David Ubben

    Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau took a look at QB transitions and battles from across college football, but two Big 12 teams are the transitions who are most crucial. It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out which ones. Baylor's Robert Gri...

    Blog | February 29, 2012
  6. How will WVU and TCU fit in the Big 12?

    David Ubben

    West Virginia and TCU are in, Texas A&M and Missouri are out. But Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau agrees with me: The Big 12 got an upgrade on the field. From Fremeau's look at WVU and TCU's fit in the Big 12: According to our five-year w...

    Blog | February 22, 2012
  7. Fixing the Big 12's best title contender

    David Ubben

    Oklahoma enters the season as the Big 12 favorite and the league's top contender to win the national title. Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders broke down the biggest questions for each of the nation's top five teams. What do the Sooners need ...

    Blog | February 15, 2012
  8. Is Texas Tech ready for a rise?

    David Ubben

    Texas Tech has struggled to just 13 wins over the past two seasons, but could that soon change? Will the Red Raiders join college football's elite soon? Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau says it could happen. Tommy Tuberville will have to sett...

    Blog | February 08, 2012
  9. What to expect from WVU, TCU in 2012?

    David Ubben

    West Virginia, barring an injunction or other legal shenanigans, will be in the Big 12 in 2012. It, like Missouri and the SEC, has every intention of making this a reality. So what can we expect on the field? Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders...

    Blog | December 21, 2011
  10. Projecting Sumlin's future at Texas A&M

    David Ubben

    How will Kevin Sumlin do at Texas A&M? The stat gurus and recruitniks weighed in, and things are looking up for Sumlin in College Station. Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders looked at three coaches that may have an immediate impact, and Su...

    Blog | December 13, 2011
  11. Texas A&M a sleeper for the BCS?

    David Ubben

    Texas A&M already has two losses, but the Aggies are lurking outside the top 20. Despite Oklahoma State and Oklahoma being undefeated, not to mention Kansas State, is Texas A&M a sleeper to sneak into the BCS? Brian Fremeau of Football ...

    Blog | October 11, 2011
  12. What awaits Texas A&M in the SEC?

    David Ubben

    Football Outsiders' Brian Fremeau crunched the numbers for ESPN Insider to project Texas A&M's future in the SEC . They're interesting numbers I'll admit I don't fully understand, but you can always ask the man himself on Twitter about them. H...

    Blog | October 04, 2011