Texas quarterback Colt McCoy returns for his senior season for another attempt at a national championship. Last year, McCoy and the Longhorns were riding high until they were upset by Michael Crabtree and Texas Tech.
Also returning will be McCoy's favorite target, senior wideout Jordan Shpley. Shipley led Texas in receiving last season and will be a threat again this season.
The schedule for Texas is favorable until the Red River Shootout in Dallas against Oklahoma. The only formidable opponent until that game is against Texas Tech at home. Texas will avenge last year's lost to the Red Raiders in a blowout victory.
The Longhorns will defeat Sam Bradford and the Sooners again this season.
Oklahoma has to replace most of their offensive line, despite the weapons on offense and Texas defensive coordinator, Will Muschamp, will exploit that weakness.
Texas has a young defense, but Muschamp is by far the best defensive coordinator in the country. I have no doubt that his defensive will be the best in the Big 12.
Texas will run the table towards a Big 12 Championship.
Big 12 Championship: Kansas vs Texas
Dark Horse: Oklahoma State