Big 12 Football: 5 Weakest Depth Charts in the Conference

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Big 12 Football: 5 Weakest Depth Charts in the Conference
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With an unproven QB in Clint Chelf and virtually no depth behind him, the Oklahoma State Cowboys have one of the weakest depth charts in the pass-happy Big 12.

In the Big 12, having depth on a roster is so important. In a league where the spread offense gasses defenses, while teams like the Kansas State Wildcats and Texas Longhorns will wear teams down over the course of a ballgame, it's important to have quality, fresh legs coming off the bench. 

There are some teams in the conference that have weak depth charts, whether it's a lack of returning players or even a lack of starting experience at certain positions. 

The Oklahoma State Cowboys are one team that may struggle with its depth. In a pass-happy league, Clint Chelf has never started a full season, which may prove problematic for the Cowboys. 

Then teams like the Wildcats and Oklahoma Sooners lost over half of their starters from last season, leaving plenty of question marks for both teams. 

With that, here are the five weakest depth charts in the Big 12 heading into the summer. 

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