The Baylor Bears cost the Big 12 a lot of money last year. That's because late on a November Saturday night, Art Briles' group put an absolute beat down on the then-unbeaten Kansas State Wildcats 52-24. The loss knocked Bill Snyder's squad and the Big 12 out of the BCS National Championship Game discussion. It was the most important game of the season in the Big 12 last fall and it didn't involve Oklahoma or Texas. With the emergence of offensive wizards in Stillwater, Morgantown, Lubbock and Waco, the Big 12 is much more balanced in 2013 than possibly ever before. This is the most wide-open league in the nation and could be one of the more exciting ones to watch all season...
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