Post-Spring Win Projections for Every Big 12 Football Team

The Big 12 title is apparently up for grabs this coming season.

Not only are there multiple new coaches across the conference, but there are dozens of new faces on every roster thanks to the single transfer rule. A few of these incoming players are at quarterback.

Quinn Ewers of Texas, Adrian Martinez of Kansas State, JT Daniels of West Virginia and Dillon Gabriel of Oklahoma hope to find immediate success with their new Big 12 program.

Even with Lincoln Riley leaving for USC, Oklahoma is still widely considered the favorite to win the Big 12 championship this season. Oklahoma State, Texas and Baylor are not far behind.

College Football News updated its winning projections for each Power Five program after spring training. Here’s how they think the Big 12 could fall apart.

Kansas

Jay Biggerstaff – USA TODAY Sports

CFN Gain Projection: 3

Texas technology

Peter Thomas – USA TODAY Sports

CFN Gain Projection: 6

West Virginia

Kevin Jairaj – USA TODAY Sports

CFN Gain Projection: 6

TOS

Scott Sewell – USA TODAY Sports

CFN earnings projection: 6.5

Kansas State

Scott Sewell – USA TODAY Sports

CFN earnings projection: 6.5

Baylor

Scott Sewell – USA TODAY Sports

CFN Gain Projection: 7

Iowa State

Bryon Houlgrave/The Register/USA TODAY NETWORK

CFN Gain Projection: 8

Texas

Scott Wachter – USA TODAY Sports

CFN earnings projection: 8.5

Oklahoma State

Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports

CFN earnings projection: 9.5

Oklahoma

Kevin Jairaj – USA TODAY Sports

CFN Gain Projection: 10

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