College Football: Every Big 12 Team's Biggest Concern This Offseason

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College Football: Every Big 12 Team's Biggest Concern This Offseason
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Numerous Big 12 teams spent chunks of the 2013 season figuring out their quarterback situations.

The same scenario won’t play out in 2014.

Bowl season served as validation for part of the league, including Oklahoma beating Alabama in the Sugar Bowl and Texas Tech taking down Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl.

How much should be read into bowl season is never easy to tell, but the Big 12 couldn’t afford a disastrous performance during the postseason because of public perception that the league was down.

Despite Baylor’s dismal defensive performance in a Fiesta Bowl loss to UCF, the Big 12 largely showed reason to believe this year will be better than last.

The following are topics that will likely be addressed by each coach between now and when the 2014 season kicks off on August 30.

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