Big 12 Football: 4 Reasons the Big 12 Will Be Better Than the SEC in 2013

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Big 12 Football: 4 Reasons the Big 12 Will Be Better Than the SEC in 2013
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QB Casey Pachall and the TCU Horned Frogs could end up stunning SEC juggernaut LSU in Week 1.

While the SEC is generally considered the best conference in college football, there are four reasons that the Big 12 could take that title in 2013. 

First off, there are the two games in Week 1 between Big 12 and SEC teams that could see TCU and Oklahoma State deliver early losses to LSU and Mississippi State, respectively. 

The offensive firepower is also usually much higher in the Big 12, with teams like Baylor and Texas Tech usually being among the top scoring teams in the nation. And what fan doesn't like to see points put up on the board in bunches? 

Quality, headline-grabbing players run rampant in the SEC. But this year, it's more likely that a Big 12 player will take home individual awards. 

Finally, 2013 will be the year that the SEC is dethroned from the BCS National Championship, and a Big 12 team could be the one to take its place.

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